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"We ran a test from the Tender to the Engine where we ran three 3 inch lines to an in…"

Larry Lasich replied Nov 10, 2008 to Supply lines.

7 Nov 10, 2008
Reply by Larry Lasich

"OK, good thing I re-read your post. Are you asking about working pressure from the…"

Larry Lasich replied Nov 10, 2008 to Taking the hydrant

31 Oct 22, 2009
Reply by Shareef Abdu Nur

"No need to reinvent the wheel here, Sir. Chief Alan Brunacini was asked during a ro…"

Larry Lasich replied Nov 10, 2008 to CAFS for Supported Interior Attacks on Residential and Commercial Events

14 Apr 3, 2009
Reply by Mark Cummins

"We have 1200 feet of 5 inch LDH on the Engine and the hydrant bag in the rear compar…"

Larry Lasich replied Nov 10, 2008 to Taking the hydrant

31 Oct 22, 2009
Reply by Shareef Abdu Nur

"Sorry, I didn't provide enough detail. We have 1000 to 1500+ gpm hydrants that are 1…"

Larry Lasich replied Nov 4, 2008 to Supply lines.

7 Nov 10, 2008
Reply by Larry Lasich

"So much stuff to talk about! Nozzles. My paid department has a trash line on the fro…"

Larry Lasich replied Sep 20, 2008 to What Is The One Thing You Would Like To Change On The Engine

43 Oct 13, 2008
Reply by Kristofer DeMauro

"We flow 125 gpm thru TFT fog nozzles. IMO, that is the least that you should flow fo…"

Larry Lasich replied Sep 20, 2008 to What is your Target Flow?

36 Jan 22, 2012
Reply by Timothy Patrick

"Local SOGs and the Montana State training standard calls for the line to be charged…"

Larry Lasich replied Sep 20, 2008 to

just now

"E-1: Front trash line, 100 feet of 1 1/2 with a 75 psi fog nozzle, two crosslays wit…"

Larry Lasich replied Sep 20, 2008 to What Size and Length are Your Preconnects

35 Dec 15, 2008
Reply by Joseph R Polenzani

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