doing a search on google brought up this thread and one in Firehouse forums circa 2002
which included FDNY using a Low velocity Fog applicator from the floor above on a hirise apartment this was a "Hail Mary Play" that was a rescue 1 last ditch Tactic which in most cases would NEVER provide enough gpm to actually do squat, even as a Holding Tactic in Most buildings
since that thread is only readable the orginal had a FDNY hirise tactic of Using a Low velocity Fog applicator, operated From the floor above/ Given the lack of velocity this "might help" ina situation of Persons trapped on a window sill... but even as such is pretty unrealistic, generally people out on ledges cannot wait 2 hours while you find all the parts and pieces ..etc ..lol
sure do. used to use them on burning propane training. loved the straight stream
Russ I used them a) in Propane Training as well as b) square and Z oil Pits and we had a "xmas tree" with 8 or 10 streams of oil within a metal shack, Our Burn instructor got mad at me because I put the fire out before the shut the flow of oil off, then he said it wasn't hot enough, so he ran 2 or 3 more senerios , Put me back on the attack line, and set it off again he had me wait to be sure it was going good and hot, I advanced in knocked the fire down and cooled it eventually backing away.... lol he said your not supposed to be able to put out the xmas tree with an Navy nozzle...... lol.... oops sorry Capt.....