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  1. Circular Saw
    • a. STHIL TS 400
    • b. Has a single cylinder, two stroke engine
    • c. Weighs 20 pounds
    • d. 22 ounce fuel tank
    • e. Max spindle speed of 5,350 RMP
    • f. Can use two types of abrasive wheels
    • i. Composite
    • ii. Diamond segment
    • iii. We use 12” Composite metal and masonry cutting blades
  2. Generator Presentation
    GENERATOR PRESENTATION

    • 1. Honda EM2500
    • a. It has a Honda GX160, 5.5h, 4 cycle engine
    • i. Runs at 3,600 rpm
    • ii. Holds 0.63 qt of oil
    • iii. 2.9 gal. of fuel
    • iv. 3.8 gal fuel tank
    • 1. 10.2 hr at rated load 7.7
    • 2. 15.3 hrs at ½ load 11.6
    • v. Weighs 98 lbs
    • vi. Noise of 69 dB @ Rated load
    • b. DC
    • i. 12 V
    • ii. 8.3 A
    • iii. Disconnect the vehicle ground wire and then, plug in positive to positive and negative to negative
    • iv. Then start generator * DO NOT START THE VEHICLE WHILE ATTACHED TO THE GENERATOR*
    • v. Once charged turn off the generator and remove negative and then positive
    • · DC can ONLY be used to charge a 12 V automotive battery
    • c. AC 2500 Watts (20.8A)
    • i. 120 V Duplex Receptacles with 20.8 A = For a max output of2500 watts
    • ii. 120 V X 19.2 A = 2304 W (Rated load)
    • *Power use between the max and rated load should only be used for a max of 30 min*
    • d. 120V Automatic Regulated Power
    • 2. Parts of the Generator
    • a. Engine on/ off switch
    • b. Recoil starter
    • c. Choke lever
    • d. AC circuit breaker
    • i. Will trip if there is a short circuit or overload
    • e. Oil system
    • i. Filler hole and cap
    • ii. Drain
    • iii. Alert system that will prevent the engine from running if oil is about to reach critical low
    • f. Ground terminal
    • g. Volt meter
    • h. DC terminals
    • i. Used only for charging 12 volt automotive batteries
    • ii. DC circuit protector trips if it is over loaded or there is a problem with the battery
    • 3. Operating
    • a. AC
    • i. Starting
    • 1. Have AC circuit on off position, may be hard to start with a load connected
    • 2. Make sure all levers are on
    • 3. Pull cord and run
    • 4. Turn AC breaker and plug in load
    • ii. Stopping
    • 1. Turn off breaker
    • 2. Turn off engine
    • 3. Turn off fuel lever
    • b. DC (use for charging a car battery)
    • i. Starting
    • 1. Disconnect the vehicle ground wire
    • 2. Clip positive to positive and negative to negative
    • 3. Then start generator
    • * DO NOT START THE VEHICLE WHILE ATTACHED TO THE GENERATOR*
    • ii. Stopping
    • 1. Once charged turn off the generator
    • 2. Remove negative and then positive wires
    • 3. Replace vehicle ground
    • 4. Care and maintenance
    • a. AIR FILTER CLEANING (Every 3 months)
    • i. Clean in warm, soapy water and allow to dry
    • ii. Dip the foam air filter in clean engine oil, and then squeeze out all excess oil.
    • iii. Wipe dirt from the air cleaner housing and cover using a moist rag.
    • iv. Replace foam air filter, may smoke a lot after cleaning
  3. Ground Ladder Presentation
  4. g. Pulley
    • h. Guides
    • i. Stops
    • j. Tip Protection plates
    • Roof Ladders
    • 1. 14 ft in length Roof ladder
    • 2. Channel rail construction
    • 3. Weighs 28 lbs
    • 4. 19” wide
    • 5. Rated for 750 lbs
    • 6. ¾ “ diameter roof hooks
    • 7. Roof hooks have a 1,000 lb. load per hook/2,000 lb. load per pair.
    • Folding/ Attic Ladder
    • 1. 10 foot attic ladders
    • 2. 300 lb weight limit
    • 3. Weights 16 lbs
    • 4. Width 12.12”
    • 5. Collapse to a width of 4.25 inches when not in use
    • Combination Ladder
    • 1. Rated for 750 lbs with 4: 1 safety factor
    • 2. Lengths
    • a. Stored length of 8 feet 2 inches and 23 ½” wide
    • b. 13 feet in the extensions ladder position
    • c. 7 feet, 6 inches in the A-frame position
    • 3. Weighs 42 pounds
    • 4. Channel rail construction
    • Testing Ladders
    • 1. Design Verification Test
    • b. Per NFPA 1931 (Standard for manufacturing and Design of fire service ladders) requires the manufacturer to perform apply 750 lb when a ladder is initially designed before production
    • c. These ladders have a 4:1 safety factor built into them which means:
    • i. The ladder, once in perfect erected position, is really able to support 4 times the specified load (750 lb), (that is 3,000 lbs.)
    • ii. This is a static load, one firefighter can produce over 2,000 lbs with a 45 degree angle and/or moving up and down the ladder
    • **This test is destructive to the ladder and must be destroyed after its test.
    • 2. Horizontal Bend Test
    • a. NFPA 1932 (standard for use, maintenance, and service testing in-service fire ladders) requires a 500 lb horizontal bend test
    • b. Procedure:
    • i. Place fully extended ladder on saw horses aprox 6” from each end.
    • ii. Conduct visual inspection
    • iii. 350 lbs 32” long and the width of the ladder (no more than 16” off center on each side) are used to preloaded center of ladder
    • iv. Keep preload on ladder for 1 min, take off and measure center of ladder from ground- record measurement
    • v. Apply 500 lbs to center of ladder and wait 5 min, remove and measure center of ladder to ground- record measurement
    • vi. Compare the difference between the preload measurements and the bend test:
    • 1. Ladders up to 25 ft should have no more than ½” difference
    • 2. Ladders 26-34 ft should have no more than 1” differenceLadders over 35 ft should have no more than 1 ½ “ difference
  5. Ground Ladder Sizes
  6. SCBA Presentation
    SCBA Specification Presentation


    MSA (Mine Safety Appliance) Stealth H-45 (High Pressure 45 minute) Cylinder

    • Aluminum liner wrapped with high strength carbon fibers and an over wrap of fiberglass for abrasion resistance
    • 4500 psi
    • 66 cu ft of air
    • lasts 45 minutes
    • glow in the dark illuminated band to see easier in the dark
    • 9.7 lbs
    • Handwheel to turn cylinder on
    • Pressure gauge-reads bottle pressure


    MSA MMR (Mask Mounted Regulator) with Firehawk System (SCBA)



    • Harness made of steel and synthetic polymer with nomex straps
    • Positive pressure SCBA with Nightfighter system (heads up display) and Quick fill (universal rescue connection)
    • Audi-alarm or audible alarm sounds when air is at 25% or approximately 1100 psi
    • Universal rescue connection- takes approx 30-60 seconds to transfill
    • Burst disc will release at 6700-7500psi at 180 degrees
    • High pressure line
    • 1st stage regulator splits off into a high pressure line which goes to the remote pressure gauge and a low pressure line which goes to the second stage regulator
    • Nightfighter system transmitter reads pressure and sends to receiver, requires 2 AA batteries
    • The remote pressure gauge is an ICM 2000 (Integrated Computer Module) with PASS (Personal Alert Safety System) which will activate into monitor mode upon charging the system
    • The PASS device will go into pre-alarm if motionless for 18 seconds and full alarm if motionless for 30 seconds
    • PASS device has 3 buttons

    Red

    • Manually activates PASS
    • Yellow

    • Reset button
    • Green

    • Turns light on
    • Estimates amount of air left in time when pressed twice
    • Remote pressure gauge reads PSI x100
    • Digital gauge reads PSI x10
    • PASS device requires 9 volt battery
    • First stage regulator takes air down to 80 psi, filters any particulates in the system and sends air to 2nd stage regulator
    • 2nd stage regulator has

    • demand pressure valve
    • bypass valve
    • Purge valve
    • Reset button

    Facepiece

    • Made of vulcanized rubber and a poly carbonate lens
    • 5 point harness system of nomex and mesh netting
    • Nose-cup to reduce fogging
    • Exhalation valve –air goes out
    • Voice amplifier which takes 2 AAA batteries
    • Heads up display reads in quarter increments to denote how much air is left

    4 green lights

    • %100
    • 3 Yellow Lights

    • 75%
    • 2 Yellow Lights

    • 50%
    • 1 Red Light

    • 25%
    • 1 Flashing Yellow

    • Receiver low battery
    • 2 Flashing Yellow

    • Transmitter low battery
    • Combination of 1 and 2 yellow flashing

    Both units have low battery
  7. PPV Fan Presentation
    • 1. Specifications
    • a. Unifire DS- 3P4
    • b. Engine:
    • i. Honda GX 160, 5.5 HP, 4 Cycle
    • ii. 3.3 Qt fuel tank
    • iii. 0.63 Qt tank of oil
    • c. Weighs 66 lbs Dry
    • d. Moves 14,885 CFM
    • 2. Frame
    • a. lightweight yet strong
    • b. Stainless steel
    • c. 360° roll protection
    • d. Stand Alone Operation
    • e. Designed to fit into a compartment 23" X 23" X 17"
    • f. Tiltable to 30 positions from -10° to +20° with Patented Friction-Lock Tilt Lever
    • 3. Shroud
    • a. 2 piece open shroud design
    • b. This allows for 20% more air flow and better channeling of air.
    • 4. Blade
    • a. 2 prop 18” single piece Shatter Proof Unitron Blade
    • i. Seals a standard doorway at 4 - 8 feet
    • ii. Thermal plastic and Synthetic nylon reinforced with carbon
    • b. direct drive design
    • i. Which means we gain 10% power transfer from the motor vs. belt drive
    • 5. Maintenance
    • a. Clean with soap and water
    • b. Pivot points between the upper and lower frame is an oil impregnated bushing that does not require additional oil
    • c. The friction lock handle may need oil from time-to-time in order to operate smoothly
    • d. Inspect blade for damaged areas, clean with soap and water
    • e. Only fill fuel tank ¾ of the way because gas might leak out of the vent when tilting
  8. Chainsaw Presentation
  9. iv. Muffler- reduces engine exhaust noise and directs gases, also contains spark arrestor
    • v. Gunning/ felling sights- used to help the user determine where a tree will land
    • g. Underneath
    • i. Oil Pump Control- allows for different quantities of oil to be applied to the chain
    • ii. Turning to E is the emetic position- which is the medium flow
    • iii. Turning clockwise increases the flow
    • iv. Turning counterclockwise reduces the flow
    • *The chain should always have a wetting film of lubricant on it
    • 3. Trouble Shooting
    • a. Fixing a flooded engine
    • i. Remove the carburetor cover and remove baffle plate cover
    • ii. Pull off spark plug boot, unscrew and dry off spark plug. Check for problems
    • iii. Set master control lever to O
    • iv. Crank engine several times with starter to clear combustion chamber
    • v. Refit sparkplug, apply boot and other pieces
    • b. Carburetor
    • i. Standard setting
    • 1. Turn the H screw all the way counter clockwise, then back ¾ of a turn
    • 2. Turn the L screw all the way counter clockwise, then back ¼ if a turn
    • ii. Engine stops at idle
    • 1. Open the L ¼ turn from its max lean setting
    • 2. Turn idle speed adjusting screw (LA) clockwise until the chain starts to run, then back off ¼ turn
    • iii. Chain Runs while at idle
    • 1. Open the L ¼ turn from its max lean setting
    • 2. Turn idle speed adjusting screw (LA) counterclockwise until the chain stops, then another ¼ turn
    • iv. Erratic idle or poor acceleration
    • 1. Check spark plug
    • 2. Turn the L screw all the way counterclockwise until it runs and accelerates smooth
    • 3. It may be necessary to adjust the idle speed adjusting screw (LA) for every correction to the low speed adjusting screw (L)



    • 4. Quickstop chain break is used to prevent injury from kick back and is standard on all STIHL chainsaws.
    • a. Testing- Run at idle speed and engage break. Run at full speed for 3 sec, the chain must not move.
    • b. Matching green labels or warning sign on the bar or chain will reduce the risk of kickback
    • c. Pulling back to the handle disengages the break, pushing forward engages it
    • 5. Fueling
    • a. Uses 2 stroke unleaded gas with a 50:1 mixture of oil to gas
    • b. Use a minimum of 89 octane otherwise temperatures in the engine could increase causing the potential of the pistons to seize, damaging the engine
    • c. Fuel storage should not exceed 3 months
    • 6. HD Air Filter
    • a. Dirty filters can reduce performance, increase gas consumption and make starting more difficult
    • b. If there is a noticeable loss in engine performance
    • i. Wash the pre-filter several times
    • 1. The pre-filter helps protect the HD filter and extends its life
    • 2. Knock filter out on hand, or blow with compressed air from the inside out
    • 3. For dirty/ sticky filters clear with warm soapy water and allow to dry
    • c. Set master control lever to warm (even if it’s cold)
    • d. Start engine
    • 7. Tips for saw use
    • a. Slacken the chain after use to allow to contract as it cools down, if not it can damage the crank shaft and bearings
    • b. Run the engine at idle speed after work to allow cooler air to enter the engine for better coolingTop off the tank when storing to reduce condensation
  10. Bunker Gear Presentation
    • BUNKER GEAR PRESENTATION
    • Helmet
    • · Bullard UST Firedome series
    • 1. Protects the head from impact, heat, and cold, as well as sheds water
    • · Composition
    • 1. Outer shell made of fiberglass
    • 2. High-heat thermoplastic inner shell
    • · Points about the helmet
    • 1. Nomex ear/ neck protection
    • 2. Nomex chinstrap with quick-release buckle and postman’s slide fastener
    • 3. Removable fire-resistant, absorbent cotton brow pad
    • 4. 12 point comfort system allows the suspension to be adjusted to each individual firefighter
    • 5. Sure-Lock ratchet headband adjusts to the wearer’s head with a quick turn of the knob
    • 6. firefighter identification panel with a Velcro area for apparatus designation to aid in the passport accountability system.
    • 7. The helmet also has goggles mounted on the sides.
    • 8. Certified to NFPA 1971, 2007 standard

    • Flashover Hood
    • · Made 20% Nomex and 80% Lenzing
    • · Thermal Protective Performance of 22.2
    • · NFPA 1971 compliant
    • ProTech 8 Fusion Structural Gloves
    • · Provide protection against heat, steam, or cold penetration
    • polymer liner for liquid/bloodborne pathogen resistance
    • DuPont Kevlar®. Nomex® and water repellent goatskin leather
    • average TPP of 74

    • · Resistance to cuts, punctures and liquid absorption
    • Thorogood Hellfire Boots
    • · Steel Toe/Shank
    • · Flame/Heat resistant rubber
    • · Kevlar lined
    • · Shin Guard
    • · Vulcanized patches for reflectivity
    • · Polyurethane foot bed provides comfort
    • · Pull straps
    • · NPPA 1971, 2007 Compliant


    Morning Glory Bunker Coat and Pants

    Consists of 3 layers

    outer shell

    • PBI and Kevlar
    • provides abrasion and puncture resistance, as well as heat-, cold-, and flame-resitance
    • moisture barrier

    • Crosstech Type 2C laminated to a Nomex pajama check facecloth
    • provides liquid penetration resistance to blood, body fluids, and many chemicals found on a fireground
    • thermal liner

    • Nomex and Kevlar with Aramid thread
    • All 3 layers combined have a TPP (total protective performance) of 40 Mounted at the top rear of the Bunker Coat is the DRD (drag rescue device).
  11. Sump Pump
    • Prossor Sump Pump
    • -14lbs
    • -3/4 hp
    • -Pumps as low as .25" deep
    • -25' lead line
    • -23' Power cord
    • -100GPM max flow
  12. Water vac
    • -6 gallon capacity
    • -weighs 49.5lbs full
    • -50' power cord with GFI
    • -Auto shut off at 30 degree tilt
  13. Chainsaw BASIC
  14. -STIHL MS 460
    • -Single cylinder two-stroke engine
    • -Simple construction
    • -Fires every revolution which gives it great power-to-weight ratio
    • -Can be used in any orientation due to fuel/ oil mixture
    • -Weighs 14.6 lbs
    • -27.1 oz fuel tank
    • -2 stroke oil and unleaded gas (minimum 89 octane) mixed at a 50:1 ratio
    • -This is important because the mixture lubricates the engine while its running
    • -Chain oil reservoir of 11 oz
    • -Idle speed 2,500 rpm with a max speed of 13,500 rpm

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