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eBook Class a Foam--Best Practice for Structure Firefighters ePub

by Dominic J. Colletti,Larry Davis

  • ISBN: 0966346807
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Dominic J. Colletti,Larry Davis
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Intl Fire Service Training Assn (August 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 245
  • ePub book: 1391 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1733 kb
  • Other: txt lit lrf rtf
  • Rating: 4.6
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Includes the real-world results of using Class A Foam for fire suppression. Learn everything from what Class A foam is to how to use Compressed Air Foam Systems to increase a department's ability to stop structure fire.

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The Rural Firefighting Handbook by Dominic Coletti and Larry Davis This textbook provides detailed information on improving fire suppression for the small community fire department. A few of the many topics covered include: Why your department's capability to control and/or suppress fire is dependent on the "Big Five". Tips for the fire officer on how to comply with pertinent standards and regulations and to stay out of court.

By Dominic Colletti and Larry Davis. This text focuses on educating firefighters to various competency levels for the safe and effective use of Class A foam and compressed air foam systems. This book is highly valuable to fire organizations that either desire to improve their current use of foam technology or are considering the use of foam for the first time. Pin it. Ask a question about this product. Customers also bought.

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This book is the most comprehensive one available on the subject of Class A foam, a chemical additive that when mixed with water forms a foam solution that is much more effective than plain water in suppressing fires. From the definition of Class A foam to how to use compressed air foam systems (CAFS), this book will increase your department’s ability to stop a structure fire. According to the author, "The use of Class A foam and CAFS can enhance the fire-suppression capability of water up to five times, thus dramatically improving the service it provides to its customers." The text includes how to stop a structure fire in less time than when using water, how the technologies improve firefighter safety, improvements in customer service, real world results using Class A foam, and more. 1st Edition (1998) 245 pp. ISBN 0-9663468-0-