- Firefighters A to Z. Demarest, Chris L. // Click;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p28
The article presents information about things needed by firefighters and the things they do to put out fire. First is the alarm that rings loud and clear for firefighters to hear. It is noted that Dalmatians are a must in firehouses. Also needed by firefighters are hose and hydrants. Other...
- More hose stuff. Brennan, Tom // Fire Engineering;Jul99, Vol. 152 Issue 7, p116
Focuses on proper movement to be observed when using a fire hose. Tips in assisting operations and reduce the confusion of alternating engine and truck functions in fire occupancy; Role of the fire department officer on the nozzleman; Overhauling tricks in firefighting.
- THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL THOUGHT PROCESS: THE STRUCTURE FIRE SIZE-UP. Brennan, Tom // Fire Engineering;Apr2002, Vol. 155 Issue 4, p162
Provides fire fighting tips. Use of proper hose sizes; Estimation of the arrival at the area where the fire broke out; Assessment of the structure of the building where the fire occurred.
- STRETCHIING HOSELINES TO UPPER FLOORS OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS, PART 1. Gustin, Bill // Fire Engineering;Sep2003, Vol. 156 Issue 9, p63
Focuses on the methods and techniques for stretching hose to upper floors of low-rise dwellings in the U.S. Basic task of fire departments; Characteristics of residential building design; Importance of firefighter safety.
- Darley Partner Spotlight - Key Fire Hose. // Fire Engineering;Apr2013, Vol. 166 Issue 4, Special section p2
The article, part of a special advertising section, focuses on the fire extinction equipment company Key Fire Hose, which manufactures fire hoses.
- product showcase. // Fire Engineering;Mar2014, Vol. 167 Issue 3, p171
The article features a variety of fire service equipment and supplies, including the Losberger inflatable shelter system from tent manufacturer Losberger US, the Cool-Tech II cooling system from advanced airflow management solutions provider Horton, and the MagneGrip Exhaust Removal Systems from...
- Exterior hose stretches, part 1: Single handline operation. Leihbacher, Doug // Fire Engineering;Mar1996, Vol. 149 Issue 3, p20
Part I. Discusses the procedure to follow when using exterior hose stretches in single handline operation during fire fighting activities. Use of a hoseline; Use of utility rope as fire escape stretch.
- Compressed air foam systems and fire hose. Colletti, Dominic J. // Fire Engineering;Jul96, Vol. 149 Issue 7, p50
Focuses on the use of compressed air foam systems (CAFS) for ordinary combustible fire responses. Fire hose compatibility; Safety features; Minimum and maximum obtainable hoseline operating pressures.
- Preconnected hoselines. // Fire Engineering;Oct99, Vol. 152 Issue 10, p30
Offers a look at the preconnect attack lines used by fire departments in the United States. Use of the one and three fourths-inch and two and one half-inch hose at the Coeur d'Alene Fire Department in Idaho; Use of the one and three fourths-inch hose by the Columbia Fire Department in South...