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1

There are three factors that affect friction loss. They are:

-The diameter of the hose
-The volume of water flowing expressed in gpm
-The length of the hose lay

2

_______ is the pressure at a specific pump discharge.

Discharge pressure (DP)

3

The use of a single hose line, typically 2 1/2", 4-inch, or 5-inch, to supply two smaller attack lines is referred to as a ______ evolution.

wyed line

4

Connect the appropriate adapter ( ____" FEC or _____" NST)

4" FEC or 4 1/2" NST

5

Remove the steamer cap of the hydrant, open hydrant until a clear, solid stream is produced; flow for ___ - ___ seconds and then close the hydrant.

5 - 10

6

When spotting apparatus with hydrant on the driver's side you will need _____ feet.

15

7

When spotting apparatus with hydrant on the officer's side you will need ____ feet.

4

8

In sprinkler and standpipe fire protection systems, the vertical pipes that carry water to the upper floors are called _____ and are usually _____ inches or more in diameter.

risers , 4

9

Friction loss should be accounted for if the pipe diameter is less than ____ inches.

4

10

The most common pumping situations for multi-story buildings for this department are:

-Through lines laid up stairs taking into consideration exiting and movement of suppresion forces.
-Through a line or lines suspended on the outside of a building
-To a sprinkler system
-To a standpipe/sprinkler system

11

T or F: It should be noted that elevation means above or below a given point.

True

12

As it relates to hydraulic calculations, the _______ refers to the midline of the pump.

elevation point

13

There should never be less than _____ 2 1/2 inch lines supplying a sprinkler system FDC.

two

13

Suspended Line Ops: The line should be secured at the ____ floor, the ____ floor and every ____ floor between the top and bottom.

first, fire, third

14

Suspended Line Ops: There should never be more than ___ floors between secured points.

2

15

The pump operator should maintain ____ psi to the sprinkler system FDC.

150

16

If the fire continues to progress, pertaining to a sprinkler system FDC, increase the DP to _____ psi maximum, by _____ psi increments.

200 , 25

17

______ systems are the main source of water supply for fighting fires in high-rise or large buildings.

Standpipe

18

Class I :

2 1/2 inch oulets for fire department use

19

Class II :

1 1/2 inch hose outlets for occupant use

20

Class III :

Combination standpipe, incorporates both Class I and Class II into a single system

21

In most cases, buildings that are _____ stories, or ____ feet and above, have standpipe systems.

five, fifty

22

Buildings of less than ____ stories may have dry systems, if they have any at all.

five

23

All new buildings that are ___ stories or more in height, except for open air parking structures that are a minimum of 20 feet from other structures, shall be fire sprinkler protected.

three

24

Manual standpipes are usually found in buildings less than ___ feet in height.

50

25

Standpipe systems in taller buildings are automatic ______ systems, which means they have a constant water supply.

wet standpipe

26

The vertical pipe that carries water to the upper floors is called a ____ and is from ___ to ___ inches in diameter and no allowance for FL is necessary.

riser, 4 to 6

27

Remember, it is mandatory that a minimum of ____ 2 1/2 inch lines are used to supply standpipe or sprinkler systems.

two

28

Maximum discharge pressure for 2 1/2 inch hose is _____ psi whereas maximum discharge pressure for LDH is ____ psi.

350 , 185

29

The friction loss of the standpipe system itself; generally accepted to be ____ psi.

25

30

_____ apparatus should be given priority for positioning at building fires.

Aerial

31

Consider spotting the apparatus on the corner of the building allowing access to ____ sides.

two

32

Aerial Rescue: Remove victims in the following priority:

1. Most severely threatened by current conditions.
2. Largest number of groups of people.
3. Remainder of people in the fire area.
4. People in exposed areas.

33

Aerial Operations: If possible, spot the truck ___ feet from the building.

30

34

The best spot, for advancing the pre-connected hand-lines is _______.

in line with the avenue of entry.

35

Aerial Ladder Order of Movement/Operation:

1. Elevate
2. Rotate
3. Extend
4. Lower

36

Relay pumping is used to overcome FL in supply hose and is based on three factors:

-The diameter of the hose
-The amount of water required
-The distance from the water source to the attack pumper.

37

The maximum speed for laying supply line is ____ MPH.

15

38

Maximum PSI for 4" LDH is _____ psi.

185

39

Remember that the FL in the 4" supply line is 20 psi/100' @ ______ gpm.

1000

40

While operating apparatus equipped with a pressure governor, the attack pumper should be set to the ______ mode, while all others in the relay should be set to _____ mode.

PRESSURE , RPM

41

Attack pumpers, PDP is determined by ______.

fire attack

42

Most frequently, drafting operations are done only for the _______.

Underwriter's Service Test

43

A drafting operation is best done by a crew of _____ or more.

four

44

If the priming device does not discharge water within _____ seconds (1500 GPM pump), perform trouble shooting procedures.

45

45

70 percent of its rated capacity at ____ ft. of lift and 60 percent at ____ ft.

15 , 20

46

For testing purposes, no more than ____ ft. of lift through _____ ft. of hose.

10 , 20

47

For best results, allow ____ feet of water on all sides of the strainer.

2

48

Pressure governor should be kept in the _____ mode until a successful draft is obtained.

RPM

49

For drafting operation, increase throttle between ____ and _____ rpm.

1000 , 1200

50

Prime should be obtained between ____ to ____ seconds.

10 to 15

51

Drafting Operations: Before opening any discharges, increase throttle and maintain ____ to _____ psi on master discharge gauge.

50 to 100

52

A high reading on the vacuum side of the compound gauge with no water entering the pump within the proper time indicates that the suction lift is too ____ or the strainer is obstructed.

high

53

AFFF is used at ___% or ____% to extinguish hydrocarbon fires, and ___% for polar-solvent (water-miscible) fires and oxygenated fuel blends.

1 , 3 , 3

54

Application Rates for AFFF:
Class A - Wetting ______%
Hydrocarbons ______%
Ethanol ______%
Super Suppression _____%

1/2%
1%
3%
6%

55

The trailer (Foam 2) carries two _____ gallon totes of concentrate.

275

56

IN-LINE Eductor : cam lock fitting

cam lock fitting

57

Place foam eductor no more than ____ feet form the nozzle.

200

58

IN-LINE EDUCTOR: Slowly increase pump discharge pressure to ____ psi.

200

59

Using clean water, flush all hoses, educators, and equipment used for product application for a MINIMUM OF ______ MINUTES.

2

60

Prior to flushing for foam clean-up, ensure that the eductor hose is _______ from the cam fitting on pump panel to avoid over pressurizing foam equipment.

disconnected

61

The Elkhart Built-In, By-Pass Eductor System, Model 240-125P is found on _____, ______, & ______ and is rated for _____ gpm flow.

FDP001, FDP005-007, & FDA050

125

62

Elkhart System: Slowly increase pump discharge pressure to ____ psi.

200

63

For Shut-Down Procedures for foam ops be sure to open the _____ and 1 3/4 inch handline and flow water of a minimum of 2 minutes.

Foam System Drain

64

Elkhart Eductors: These eductors are designed to achieve rated flow with an inlet pressure of _____ psi.

200

65

The Foam Pro 2000 system is found on _____ & _____ (these pumpers now use external in-line foam eductors).

FDP 008 & FDP009

66

T or F : It is not necessary to pump at 200 psi for The Foam Pro 2000.

True

67

T or F : Unlike the apparatus equipped with the Elkhart Built-In, By-Pass Eductor system, more than one discharge can be used for operation with The Foam Proportional 2000.

True

68

Spot the foam trailer less than ____ feet away from the driver's side pump panel.

20

69

A ____ is the preferred water supply for foam operations.

hydrant

70

Remove two seals from the bottom of _____ of the 275 gallon foam totes.

ONE

71

Note: No foam will be supplied until the ____ pin is pulled and the _____ ball valve is rotated.

orange , red

72

T or F: The smaller, open end, of the T-fitting is to be used for supplying a Foam Eductor.

True

73

FoaMidget : Connect the _____ colored hose to a
2 1/2" discharge.

maroon

74

FoaMidget Ops : T or F : DO NOT open the Tank Fill valve.

True

75

Open the 2 1/2" discharge to supply the FoaMidget with _____ psi (maroon line).

150

76

The FoaMidget is a _______ powered device that supplies foam concentrate to the 2 1/2" axillary intake of the pumping apparatus.

venturi

77

The FoaMidget WILL NOT WORK unless ____ psi is maintained.

5

78

Test the brakes by making a sudden stop: the distance traveled my be as little as ____ feet.

ten

79

Any air leak causing the warning buzzer or light to signal low air pressure on a vehicle that has been driven within the last ____ hours, must be reported to the fire department shop.

24

80

The fluid levels should be checked while the engine is ____.

cold

81

A pressure gauge must be used weekly ( _____ for front line apparatus, ______ for reserve apparatus.

Mondays , Sundays

82

T or F : All air pressure testing must be done on a cold tire.

True

83

The voltmeter should show ____ to _____ volts when the charging system is operating normally.

13 to 14.5

84

The fuel should be maintained at not less than ____ of a tank.

3/4

85

UREA : System should be maintained at no less than ____ a tank.

half

86

Urea tanks have a _____ gallon capacity.

5

87

Drive belts must be checked for tightness: about ____ inch of play is correct.

1/2

88

Gauges : Air ____ psi

90-120

89

Gauges : Oil ____ psi at idle / _____ psi maximum.

10-20 , 45-75

90

Gauges : Voltage _____ volts.

13-14.5

91

Gauges : Amps ______ amps.

50-160

92

Gauges : Engine Temp ______ diesel / ______ gasoline.

180-210 / 190-220

93

Gauges : Transmission Temp _______

180-210

94

T or F : All fluids added to the unit must be recorded, except water used to refill the booster tank.

True

95

Research has shown that an antilock brake system can decrease the chance of a vehicle accident by _____%

18

96

T or F : A skidding wheel has less traction than a non-skidding wheel.

True

97

There are four main components to an ABS system:

-Pump
-Valves
-Controller
-Speed sensors

98

The ABS System : In position one, the valve is _____.

open

99

The ABS System : In position two, the valve ____ the line.

blocks

100

T or F: The ABS System: In position three, the valve releases some of the pressure from the brake.

True

101

The ______ watches the speed sensors and controls the valves.

controller

102

Some ABS systems can cycle up to _____ times per second.

15

103

The Jake Brake uses ______ to slow the vehicle.

engine compression

104

If engine does not start within ___ seconds after depressing the START button, release the START button and allow the starter motor to cool for a minimum of ____ seconds before attempting to start the engine again.

15 , 60

105

Shut Down Procedures: Idle engine for ____ to ____ minutes.

3 to 5

106

The cab of the pumpers will be raised each ____ for in-service units and on each _____ for reserve units.

Monday , Sunday

107

Lowering Cab: Continue to hold the Lower button for ____ seconds after the cab comes to rest on the frame to engage the Cab Locks.

5

108

Pierce Manual Cab Lowering: Person 2 - locate the ____ knob ( ____ on FDP008, 009, & FDP050), underneath and to the front of the battery box on the officer's side.

red, blue

109

Sutphen Manual Cab Lowering: T or F: Person 2 - locates the pressure release valve, underneath the driver side front bumper.

True

110

Pierce 75' Aerial, FDA050: Aerial Set-up: Make sure the pump is _____, apparatus is stopped, the parking brake is set and transmission is in ____.

disengaged , neutral

111

FDA050 : Set the wheel chocks behind and in front of the OFFICER SIDE FRONT wheel, sparing about ___ inches to prevent them from becoming stuck if the truck lowers onto them.

2

112

Aerial Set-up: Make sure truck in is ____ idle.

low

113

FDA050: Note the bubble level under the left rear compartment and operate the _____ side of the truck first.

low

114

FDA050: Extend the stabilizers fully and lower them until about ____ inches off of the ground.

6

115

FDA050: The ground where the truck is set-up must be capable of supporting ____ psi under each stabilizer.

75

116

FDA050: Operate the LOW side stabilizer until about ___ degrees past level.

2

117

FDA050: Slope more than ____ degrees or grade more than ____ degrees requires ladder repositioning.

3.5 , 5.5

118

FDA050: T or F: When the truck is short jacked, it is not possible to operate the aerial over the short jacked side (without using emergency controls.)

True

119

FDA050: ______foot pedal must be depressed in order to activate ladder controls.

"Dead Man Switch"

120

FDA050: T or F: The ladder tip has a load limit of 750 lbs regardless of whether the ladder waterway is charged or uncharged.

True

121

FDA050: The aerial is to be used in an _______ mode.

UNSUPPORTED

122

Never set the ladder tip on roofs or ledges due to the negative load placed on the aerial.

True

123

A standard firefighter weighs ____ lbs.

250

124

FDA050: There is a hoist bar located in compartment # _____.

3

125

FDA050: T or F: This truck has NO SAFETY FEATURES that will prevent the ladder form contacting and/or crushing the cab or other parts of the truck.

True

126

FDA050: Emergency Hydraulic Power: To activate, the ____, _____, and ______ must all be ON.

battery, ignition, aerial master

127

FDA050: T or F: Truck dose NOT automatically engage high idle like other ladder trucks.

True

128

FDA050: Pinnable Waterway: Aerial Nozzle can be adjusted for placement at the ____ section or at the _____ of the ladder.

fly , middle

129

FDA050: To operate the pinnable waterway, the aerial must be ______.

fully retracted

130

FDA050: Bedding: Aerial must be fully _______ to be put in the boom support.

retracted

131

FDA050: Once the aerial is lowered into the boom support, operate the lowering control function for approximately _____ more seconds to make sure the aerial will be secure during road travel.

five

132

FDA050: To prevent overheating of the Emergency Pump Unit (EPU), limit it to a _____ minute run time with a _____ minute cool down period.

30 , 30

133

FDA050: The Aerial Discharge Wheel Valve is a _____ inch valve and piping.

5

134

FDA050: When another pumper/engine is to be supplying water to the aerial, this valve must be ______ to keep water from trying to enter the discharge side of the pump.

closed

135

FDA050: Retraction should be done slowly when flowing ____ to _____ gpm and ladder should not be retracted if flowing _____ gpm or more.

50 to 1000 , 1000

136

FDA050: The rear intake is used only to supply the aerial waterway.

True

137

FDA050: The rear intake must only be supplied from a _____ source (engine/pumper), NEVER directly from a hydrant.

pressurized

138

FDA050: Station setting for the Aerial Main Drain is ______.

CLOSED

139

FDA050: Waterway Relief Valve is located at the rear. It is set to drip at _____ psi and drain at _____ psi.

220 , 250

140

FDA050: Pump Panel Drains are _____ inch piping.

3/4

141

FDA050: Generator: PTO driven and can be engaged anytime, even while driving.

True

142

FDA050: Gauge should be watched to make sure the frequency and MHz do not exceed ____.

60

143

If air pressure drops below ____ psi, the front wheel lock (brake) will engage.

60

144

FDA051: Start-Up Procedures: Move the ignition switch down ___ positions to activate.

2

145

FDA051: Set the wheel chocks behind and in front of the DRIVER SIDE REAR wheel, sparring about ____ inches to prevent them from getting stuck if the truck lowered onto them.

2

146

FDA051: Extend the stabilizers fully and lower them until about ____ inches off the ground.

6

147

FDA051: Before anyone can climb the ladder, three safety checks must be confirmed:

1. One operator must be stationed at the ladder controls.
2. Personnel climbing the ladder must be wearing a ladder belt.
3. Ladder rungs must be aligned.

148

FDA051: The aerial has a load limit of _____ lbs if the ladder pipe is dry. If it is charged, the load is cut to ____ lbs.

1000 , 750

149

FDA051: The aerial is to be used in an _______ mode.

UNSUPPORTED

150

FDA051 is not equipped with tip controls.

True

151

FDA051: Aerial must only be raised while in the ____ support.

boom

152

FDA051: High idle maintains _____ RPM's.

1000

153

Rungs should always be aligned when someone is preparing to climb the ladder.

True

154

FDA051: Be sure to activate the ______ and remove safety pins prior to raising the stabilizers.

Jack Release

155

FDA051: To prevent overheating of the EPU, limit it to a ____ minute run time.

10

156

EPU will not shut down automatically.

True

157

FDA051: Aerial waterway is heavy duty aluminum tubing. Lower sections are ____ inch piping expanding to ___ inch at the fourth section (tip).

3 1/2 , 5

158

FDA051: Retraction should be done slowly when flowing ____ to ____ gpm and ladder should not be retracted if flowing _____ gpm or more.

500 to 1000 , 1000

159

FDA051: Waterway Drain should always be opened after aerial waterway use, ____ retracting the ladder.

before

160

FDA051: Primer is air activated.

True

161

FDA051: DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter)

True

162

FDA051: The regeneration will take approximately ___ to ___ minutes.

20 to 40

163

FDA051: Cab must be lifted to check power steering fluid and coolant.

True

164

FDA051: ALWAYS open the door of the generator compartment when generator is in use to prevent overeating.

True

165

FDA052: Aerial Set-Up: DO NOT engage PTO when rpm are above _____.

1100

166

FDA052: Set wheel chocks on driver side ______ rear wheel.

FORWARD

167

FDA052: Lower both riggers until approximately ___ to ____ inches off the ground.

6-8

168

FDA052: Deploy low-side stabilizer to approximately ____ degrees past center.

2

169

FDA052: Aerial Set-Up: The front tires should be ____ inch off the ground.

1/2

170

FDA052: Slope more than ____ degrees or grade more than ____ degrees requires ladder repositioning.

5 , 20

171

FDA052: It is recommended to turn the UPPER POWER switch ____ during climbing or while exiting the platform to prevent accidental operation of the boom.

off

172

FDA052: Alarm will sound when rotating aerial until ladder clears ___ degrees over the rear of apparatus and ___ degrees over the cab section.

10 , 20

173

FDA052: To operate the aerial at all while short jacked, the ________ button must be pressed simultaneously at the aerial control panel and turntable while raising the aerial out of the bed.

INTERLOCK OVERRIDE

174

Before anyone can climb the ladder, three safety checks must be confirmed:

1. One operator must be stationed at the turntable.
2. Personnel climbing the ladder must be wearing a ladder belt.
3. Ladder rungs must be aligned

175

FDA052: The ladder tip has a load limit of _____ lbs uncharged and _____ charged.

1000, 500

176

FDA052: The stokes has a capacity of ____ lbs per pair.

400

177

FDA052: Max of ____ lbs in platform when using stokes arms.

500

178

FDA052: Rescue lifting shackle has a ____ lbs max.

800

179

FDA052: On-Board Breathing Air: K tank with ____ psi. Station setting for the regulator is ___ psi.

4500 , 70

180

FDA052: Fill attachment to On-Board Air: First low air alarms at ____ psi. Second low air alarms at ___ psi.

900 , 300

181

FDA052: Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump: To activate, the ignition and ______ must all be ON.

Ladder/jack PTO

182

FDA052: Turntable controls override platform controls.

True

183

FDA052: Water system is rated for up to ______ gpm's.

2000

184

FDA052: The water curtain disperses at ____ gpm.

75

185

FDA052: Aerial must be fully _____ to be put in the boom support.

retracted

186

FDA052: Operation of the Auxillary Hydraulic Motor should not exceed ____ minutes without allowing ___ minutes to cool.

2 , 5

187

FDA052: HIGH IDLE will not engage while pump is i gear.

True

188

FDA052: Retraction should be done slowly when flowing ___ to ___ gpm and ladder should not be retracted if flowing ____ gpm or more.

500 to 1000, 1000

189

FDA052: Aerial Main Drain: It is ___ inch piping and should always be opened AFTER aerial waterway use, before retracting the ladder.

2

190

FDA052: Station setting for Aerial Main Drain is _____.

OPEN

191

FDA052: Primer is ____ actuated.

air

192

FDA052: Pump Panel Drains are ____ inch piping.

3/4

193

FDA052: Gauge should be watched to make sure the frequency and MHz do not exceed ____.

60

194

FDA052: Once the generator reaches ____ degrees Farenheit, it shuts down.

180

195

FDA052: The cord reels are each ____ feet long and provide 120v.

200

196

FDA052: To cancel a parked regeneration, hold the DPF switch to the ON position for ____ seconds and release.

5

197

FDT:017 Do not depress the accelerator prior to starting!

True

198

FDT017: If the engine does not start within ___ seconds, release the key - wait ___ seconds - and try again.

5 , 10

199

FDT017: If the engine does not start after ____ attempts, turn off the key and wait approximately ___ minutes.

two, 2

200

FDT017: Starting the Pump Engine: If the engine does not start within ____ seconds, release the starter and wait ___ seconds before trying again.

15 , 60

201

FDT017: Foam Operations: Maximum operation pressure is ____ psi.

500

202

FDT017: Turn the _____ to the Foam position.

selector valve

203

FDT017: Refill Operations Foam: Turn the Percentage Selector Valve to ___.

1.0

204

FDT017: Refill Operations Foam: The refill operation should take approximately ___ minutes.

2

205

FDT017: The winch on this vehicle is electrically operated and requires NO shifting of gears inside the cab.

True

206

FDT017: Disengage 4-Wheel Drive: Place the truck transmission in REVERSE and back the truck up a minimum of ___ feet. You must manually unlock the hubs.

10

207

At start-up, pump _____ psi unless otherwise directed by the source pumped operator.

100

208

FDT017: Use ____ - wheel drive when driving on paved or extremely hard surfaces.

2

209

FDA050: Max wind speed Go/No Go:

35 mph

210

FDA051: Max wind speed Go/No Go:

Sustained 35 mph, Gusts of 50 mph

211

FDA052: Max wind speed Go/No Go:

Sustained 35 mph, Gusts of 50 mph

212

FPD001, FDP005-FDP007: Gross Vehicle Weight:

42,740 lbs

213

FDP001, FDP005-FDP007: Overall Length:

30 feet

214

FDP001, FDP005-FDP007: Overall Width:

8 feet

215

FDP001, FDP005-FDP007: Road Clearance Height:

10 ft 5 in

216

FDP001, FDP005-FDP007: ___ feet of 4-inch LDH

1000

217

FDP001, FDP005-FDP007: ____ feet of 2 1/2 inch

500

218

FDP001, FDP005-FDP007: Wheelbase:

184.5 inches

219

FDP001, FDP005-FDP007: Pump Type:

Hale, 1500 gpm Single Stage

220

FDP001, FDP005-FDP007: Engine:

Detroit Diesel 60 Series, 430 hp

221

FDP001, FDP005-FDP007: Manual Pump Engagement:

NONE

222

FDP001, FDP005-FDP007: Auxiliary Brake:

Jake Brake

223

FDP008-FDP009: Engine:

Detroit Diesel 60 Series, 455 hp

224

FDP008-FDP009: Manual Pump Engagement:

Compartment #1, bottom left-hand corner

225

FDP008-FDP009: Groos Vehicle Weight:

50,500 lbs

226

FDP008-FDP009: Overall Length:

31 feet

227

FDP008-FDP009: Overall Width:

8 ft 2 in

228

FDP008-FDP009: Wheelbase:

173.5 inches

229

FDP10-FDP13: Engine:

Cummins ISL, 450 hp

230

FDP10-FDP13: Booster Tank Capacity:

750 gallons

231

FDP10-FDP13: Gross Vehicle Weight:

42,000 lbs

232

FDP10-FDP13: Overall Length:

33 feet

233

FDP10-FDP13: Overall Width:

10 ft 9 inches

234

FDP10-FDP13: Wheelbase:

196 inches

235

FDP10-FDP13: Road Clearance Height:

10 feet 2 inches

236

FDP10-FDP13: 2 dead loads of _____ ft 2 1/2'

300

237

FDA50: Ladder Height:

75' ft

238

FDA50: Horsepower:

515

239

FDA50: Booster Tank Capacity:

475 gallons

240

FDA050: Gross Vehicle Weight:

53,800 lbs

241

FDA050: Overall Length:

36 ft 4 in

242

FDA050 Overall Width:

8 ft 6 in

243

FDA050: Width of Outriggers Fully Extended:

17 ft 3 in

244

FDA050 has 1,000 ft of 4 INCH LDH!!

True

245

FDA051: Horsepower:

515

246

FDA051: Booster Tank Capacity:

470 gallons

247

FDA051: Gross Vehicle Weight:

54,000 lbs

248

FDA051: Overall Length:

40 feet 5 inches

249

FDA051: Overall Width:

8 ft 2 in

250

FDA051 Wheelbase:

232 inches

251

FDA051: Road Clearance Height:

10 ft 10 in

252

FDA051: Width of Outriggers Fully Extended:

16 feet

253

FDA051: ___ feet of 2 1/2' hose

500

254

Winch Operations: Insert the plug end from the remote control into the receptacle on the ____ side of the winch.

left

256

Winch Operations: Once operations are complete, return the clutch lever to the ___ position, rewind the excess cable and secure the hook.

OUT

257

The tool box on Foam 2 contains a Hydro-Foam ___ gpm fog nozzle.

350

258

The tool box on Foam 2 contains a Blitz Fire Ground Oscillating Master Stream with a __ inch Aspirating Tip.

2"

259

The tool box on Foam 2 contains ___ 1 1/2" fog nozzles with foam tubes attached.

2

260

Truck should be in an area clear of all trees, buildings, vehicles and people during regen due to the very high exhaust temperatures (_____ degrees or more.)

1200