And you do not think steam production is a problem with opening the line and keeping it open?
Of course avoid answer like "one say to me he meet a guy saying to him one time he read a paper from someone saying that...." :) :) :) :)
John Ceriello said:
I'm going to try and get to Sweden this summer or maybe the fall, I'm looking forward to learning exactly what the concept is, in the mean time I will continue working with our current tactics and see how I can improve the knowledge base. Who's going to be in Indy for FDIC, we should try and get together. JCJohn,Sweeden is the "historical" country for that, and was of course, the best place for "pulsing", a few years ago. The very small size of the country and the way the fire services are, had create differences between the small schools and difficulties in the transmission of knowledge.In May, we have an international meeting in Lisbonne, at the fire school of the military fire service of the city. The meeting is one week, wih people from Brasil, Perou, France, Belgium, Italy, Spain and of course Portugal. We will have conferences about tactic, ventilation, FF health, and of course nozzle method, and we'll have minimum one burn per day.The meeting is intended to be for flashover instructor only, but as you seems to be "open minded" enought to see "strange things" and that I'm in the organisation comitte, I can invite you. Nothing to pay for accomodation, plane ticket less expensive than for North of Europe.Meeting is from 16 to 20 of MayFeel free to mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org)RegardsPierre-Louis
The way our students figh fire, in Belgium: