1. How to Measure Nozzle Reaction - Brass Tacks & Hard Facts (Episode 8)


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    Nozzle reaction is often an overlooked part of the nozzle selection process, it is however, a very critical part of selecting the right nozzle package. In this video Jerry Knapp demonstrates how…

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    • Standpipe Setup: Digital Gauge - Brass Tacks & Hard Facts (Episode 6)


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      A new appliance for high rise hook ups is a Standpipe Flowmeter. Used in place of an inline pressure gauge and elbow, the Standpipe Flowmeter shows precise flow and pressure readings when connected…

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      • 2-1/2” Smooth Bore with 1-3/16” Tip - Brass Tacks & Hard Facts (Episode 14)


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        The 1-3/16” smooth bore tip size is recently new to the American fire service. In this episode, Curt Isakson breaks down what makes this tip size so popular showing its versatility in flow…

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        • Standpipe Setup: Analog Gauge - Brass Tacks & Hard Facts (Episode 5)


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          In this episode, Jerry Herbst goes over how to properly hook up to a standpipe using an Inline Pressure Gauge, High Rise Elbow, and Hydrant Gate. These individual appliances offer a great amount…

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          • Checking Inline Gauges for Accuracy - Brass Tacks & Hard Facts (Episode 7)


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            Many departments carry Inline Pressure Gauges on engine companies for standpipe operations or have them for testing, but checking them for accuracy is an important part of their use. Pressure gauges…

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            • Control the air. Control the fire


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              Short video from 1403 burn Highlighting the underpressure/overpressure side of a fire.

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              • Jeff Shupe - BrassTacksHardFacts.com Instructor Bio


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                Browse Jeff's' videos at http://www.brasstackshardfacts.com/author/jshupe/

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                • Chris Martin - BrassTacksHardFacts.com Instructor Bio


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                  Browse Chris' videos at http://www.brasstackshardfacts.com/author/cmartin/

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                  • Jerry Knapp - BrassTacksHardFacts.com Instructor Bio


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                    Browse Jerry's videos at http://www.brasstackshardfacts.com/author/jknapp/

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                    • Curt Isakson - BrassTacksHardFacts.com Instructor Bio


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                      Browse Curt's videos at http://www.brasstackshardfacts.com/author/cisakson/

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