PUMPS AND TANKER OPERATION

DEVELOPING A SUSTAINED WATER SUPPLY - C.V. MOSBY CO. - 1/2” VHS, 30 minutes

Looks at the equipment used to develop a sustained water supply. It covers municipal and rural water sources and various methods for developing sustained water supplies. Topics include: hose, appliances, and nozzles; basic hose lays and attack line development; and how to work from booster tanks.

DEVELOPING FIRE FLOW/HYDRAULICS - IFSTA -1/2” VHS, 30 minutes

Emphasizes the importance of hydraulics in achieving necessary fire flow, and shows how to calculate desired pump discharge pressure for a variety of fireground situations. Firefighter II level.

ENGINE COMPANY PRINCIPLES - C.V. MOSBY CO. - 1/2” VHS, 30 minutes

Addresses consistent methods for engine company operations. Includes a fire action plan, emergency and nonemergency engine company functions, tool selection criteria, and tool use.

PUMP OPERATION - C.V. MOSBY - 1/2” VHS, 30 minutes

Teaches the fundamentals of pump operation by demonstrating various ways to process water for fire control. Includes issues such as pump mechanics, safety tips for working at the pump panel, drafting operations, and flowing multiple lines.

RURAL TANKER EVOLUTIONS - 1/2" VHS, 30 minutes

This program will cover rural tanker evolutions, some highlights presented will be fire flow demand, shuttle cycle time, number of tankers required and evolutions including the use of portable holding tanks.

TANKER OPERATIONS – Rural Tanker Evolutions – ½”VHS, 30 minutes