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Meanwhile ON the north side Of the building The TL is working hard
IN Bridgeport, Ct this shows 1 side of the Former Union Metallic Cartridge (UMC)/Remington Arms FactoryOver the last ten years hundreds of Fires in the vacant building I retired in 2010 and was there at several Myself The pump shown is a 1992 Pierce Lance 1250/500 Remington.jpg
Your doing it wrong !!!!
Just remember 1 length isnt enough 95% of the time unless youhave a dry Hydrant you might have to go 3 ... THis is another option IF You dont have hard sleeves, just take the cap off...lol
Up in here drafting is the only way to get water on scene. we have a couple of towns that do not have hydrants. it is an absolute must.
I think that every pump operator should know how to pull a draft.... just because you may be in a city or an area that has hydrants you should still know how to do it.. what if your working a fire and your water system goes down?? and its part of being a good engineer!!!!
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