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Happy holidays to you too.
Thanks it was fun putting the article together together. Now I am doing some research on the use of hydrants (new mission) Do you have any SOPs or the like that you can share in regards to hydrant use for your dept?. I am looking for techniques to take the hydrant, additional appliances used as well as policies like: How many hydrants do you take for a single family vs. commercial jobs.
Stay safe and happy holidays!
Sorry buddy we don't. Hey, great article in FE brother!!! Way to go!!