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Fog Tip vs Straight Tip Nozzles on Elevated Master Stream
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We recently put straight tip nozzles on our elevated master stream in place of the origanaly we had Fog tips nozzle on it.Looking for some input on this or some articles that support the Fog Tip over…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shareef Abdu Nur Nov 16, 2010.


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At 9:00pm on March 16, 2010, Stan Morse said…
We carry both solid and fog tips for our elevated streams. My preference is to have the solid tip attached. It really depends on the purpose of the elevated stream. A solid stream is much better for fire extinguishment. Better reach and penetration. A fog stream is better for exposure protection. A solid stream may do damage to a structure that you are tring to protect.

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