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1

What are the 3 purposes of handlines?

Attack, Exposure, Back-Up Lines

2

Name the two modes of back-up line operations?

Standby Mode & Back-up Mode

3

How many straps are on the 2 1/2" hose bundle?

2

4

How many straps are on the 2 1/2" nozzle bundle

3

5

What is the design formation of the 50 sections in a 2 1/2" hosebundle?

Horseshoe design

6

Name the 4 methods of overhauling lines

Apparatus, Shoulder lay, Crosslot, Hoisting

7

What size is the strip bight?

8", indicating midpoint of the attack 50

8

A single layer or single stack of hose in a bed

Tier

9

Hard Suction Specs

Clear PVC with black ridged helix and smooth bore
6 in. diameter
10 ft length
48 lbs

10

If hose is to be single rolled it is for the purpose of:

Expelling water and air for reloading
Transport back to the fire station for cleaning/drying
Repair

11

When practical, what coupling is the single hose role began with?

Female coupling, that way, the male threads are protected.

12

When is double rolled hose used

For storage on the racks, ready for service

13

Loading priorities:

1. Appliances/tools
2. 1 3/4" hose -at least 300 ft
3. 5" supply hose -at least 800 ft.
4. 2 1/2" hose - at least 300 ft.

14

How is the one person deluge secured?

Hose knot on the lower section with a clove hitch on the top section.

15

What are the suction piorities

Side Suction
Front Suction
Rear Suction

16

What are the forward lay evolutions

Wrap the hydrant
Take the hydrant

17

What are the calls for water

Voice
Visual
Air horn - One long blast - 2 secs followed by 1 short
Emergency hydrant shut down -1 long blast (5 secs)