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Comment by David Doudy on June 24, 2014 at 10:45am

Paul Combs... you are my hero!! As the owner of ISO Slayer I have been preaching for years about the equipment ISO wants us to carry on our apparatus as not being OUTDATED... and that it has a place for use in the fire service...The good ole cellar nozzle was one of those items.... alas, it has now been kicked to the curb in the new ISO Fire Supression Rating Schedule (FSRS).... but it still has a place in the fire service and for those of us who have used it in a basement fire, or an attic fire... or even as a water curtain protecing another property... it will remain a valuable piece of equipment!

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