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Roles and responsibilities of engineer?

What do you think they are?

Started by Kyle Bebeaua

7 Jul 12, 2018
Reply by Bud Hurlbut

Triple Layer Load in crosslays

We have been using the triple layer load for about ten years now. Our newest apparatus is Pierce with the PUC design. This design makes you…

Started by Randy Childs

2 Apr 4, 2014
Reply by Randy Childs

Difficult Hose Lays

I work in an area of Atlanta that has large, and I mean LARGE homes with some driveways extending over 1500 feet from the road. The houses…

Started by Stephen Hill

7 Feb 8, 2010
Reply by Brad Hoff

Making the Pump Road Ready!

I have been asked by a few people lately what the preferred method is to taking the pump out of gear...Now keep in mind that this depends t…

Started by Michael Rude

0 Mar 30, 2009

Open or closed drains??

Not sure if all of you got the message from me...I was wondering, especially for those of us getting ready for the winter months, if you ru…

Started by Michael Rude

3 Dec 14, 2008
Reply by Shareef Abdu Nur

2 in. VS. 1-3/4 in.

i want to know if anybody has an opinion on this subject i personally prefer 2 in. handline with a 1in. smoothbore tip you get more water a…

Started by Brandon Wyant

2 Aug 27, 2008
Reply by Tim Linke

What's the latest?

Anyone had any issues or problems from an Engineers standpoint on jobs lately?? This forum is open to discuss anything from pumping ops,app…

Started by Michael Rude

12 Jun 23, 2008
Reply by Tom Londo

Anything New this week???

Sorry I haven't been on here much...still trying to recover from all the FDIC events here in Indy....I did want to mention that if you have…

Started by Michael Rude

1 Apr 25, 2008
Reply by Matt Hedges


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