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"Thank you Mike, Great explaination. I may do a training using pressure gauges, I had…"

Bob Shovald replied Mar 7, 2014 to Friction loss in Wyed Lines

2 Mar 7, 2014
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"We had to replace most of our LDH appliances when we upgraded our 5" stroz hose. Thi…"

Bob Shovald replied Feb 26, 2009 to 5" Hose coupling bad fit.

3 Feb 26, 2009
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"Todd - Thanks for the great topic. Looks like I am not alone on this one! Bob"

Bob Shovald replied Dec 10, 2008 to Training on Sunday's

68 Nov 12, 2014
Reply by Karl Grath

"We use 2 1/2" w/ 1 1/4" SS for any standpipe connection. We train regularly with the…"

Bob Shovald replied Nov 22, 2008 to Line selection is light-weight wood frame multiple dwellings

26 Jun 19, 2009

"George - We tested the 150/50 nozzles and choose to place the Akron Assualt on our a…"

Bob Shovald replied May 1, 2008 to Highrise packs

58 Feb 14, 2009
Reply by Shareef Abdu Nur

"Will - I have used a PC leather helmet for over 8 years now. They are a little heavi…"

Bob Shovald replied Apr 24, 2008 to Leather helmets

51 Feb 6, 2011
Reply by Ron Becknell

"Brandon Also look at reaction force and gpm. A nozzle operating at 100 psi (as most…"

Bob Shovald replied Apr 22, 2008 to Highrise packs

58 Feb 14, 2009
Reply by Shareef Abdu Nur

"Thanks for the info brother. Bob"

Bob Shovald replied Mar 13, 2008 to Highrise packs

58 Feb 14, 2009
Reply by Shareef Abdu Nur

"I think the phrase "with due regard" says it all."

Bob Shovald replied Mar 8, 2008 to Code 3 response

14 Dec 21, 2011

"Dave, We had to fight for a couple of years to get to the point were we could test t…"

Bob Shovald replied Mar 6, 2008 to Highrise packs

58 Feb 14, 2009
Reply by Shareef Abdu Nur


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