Students will learn to identify conditions requiring master streams at fires in buildings or emergencies which require protecting exposures with a required fire flow of 350 gpm or greater. The various nozzle types and their characteristics available at the class location are discussed at length with deployment and operation being the greatest focus of this “hands on class” The nozzle reaction, use of various devices or appliances and their required pressures, selecting the proper line sizes and safe handling and operating procedures round out the practical portion of this class.
There are no prerequisites to taking this course
If you have specific questions about this course contact THOMAS SHUBERT
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