65mm hose pack with 1-1/8th solid bore tip. Tested with this hose package.
Building engineers and system designers assume Fire Departments use the hose designed to work with the standpipe. NFPA 14, NFPA 13E & NFPA 1710
Smooth bore nozzles pass standard standpipe debris .
This hose package is designed to work with low pressure. It will work with the Ontario Building Code minimum required pressure of 450 KPA.
This hose package works for the worst case scenario or the smallest by control the nozzle bale. 1006 LPM or 1 LPM. You decide.
This hose package works for the worst case scenario. While on route to the fires location, ( 6 minutes plus) condition will be getting worse. Brig the big guns every time.
This hose package provides the best protection for wind driven fires as an initial attack line
You are not required to shut down the standpipe while adding extra lengths.
(safety during hook up)
Larger hose kinks less. Even with kinks this hose package delivers a lot more volume.
99 lbs nozzle reaction at 350 Kpa nozzle pressure. Nozzle reaction drops substantially when hose taken to ground.
Good weight distribution @ 22 lbs for 50' section of hose. Standpipe kit weighs 22 lbs as well.
This is a must have. Pressure is known and can be adjusted as a gate and pressure gauge are included in the hose package.
Todays modern fuel loads burn hotter and faster requiring a larger volume of water. This hose package delivers the extra volume needed.
This hose package works for both residential and commercial HighRise fires as well as mixed use buildings which are very common now.
This hose package can be used with multiple appliances.
e.g. Floor below nozzle, distributor nozzle, monitor.
Lower pressure, high volume smooth bore nozzles pass normal standpipe debris
This report on HighRise Firefighting provides the evidence and backing for the 65mm hose package.
Faster knock down.
Low friction loss and high volume make it appropriate for long standpipe hose stretches.
1,006 litres per minute @ 350 Kpa (hose package works with Ontario Building Code minimum of 450 Kpa)
No reflex time. The hose package is already in play.
Better protection due to an increased volume of water and less disturbance of the thermal layer.
No other hose package can accomplish this with the Ontario Building Code pressure of 450 KPA