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VVS Vertical Ventilation Step -New Invention/ Product
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This patent pending product is a roof ladder attachment tool that replaces the axe and halligan tool as a foot-hold, while performing pitched roof vertical ventilation evolutions. check it out!!See…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jacob Smith Dec 9, 2009.


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Saginaw Fire Department IAFF Local 102
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At 9:24pm on June 6, 2010, Jason Hoevelmann said…
Thanks for the add and invite. Stay low and if there is anything I can ever assist you with, just let me know.

At 9:19pm on December 4, 2009, David DeStefano said…
I found the pdf with your invention. Interesting idea. What do the manufacturers of ladders have to say? I agree with previous comment about being one extra thing to carry, but I think you can engineer a solution to that.
At 7:55pm on December 4, 2009, David DeStefano said…
Andrew, How can I see your new invention?
At 4:26pm on November 22, 2009, J. McCaffrey said…
Hey Andrew Was he chief at Mt. Lemon? I am interested in any new thoughts for drilling. Where can I find your ventilation technique?

Take it easy,

At 10:51pm on November 21, 2009, Pete Forshaw said…
Hey Andrew

How are things in The big Michigan?

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