Tb151 progressive lay smokey pack

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Tb151 progressive lay smokey pack
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2014-07-24 16:18:15
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Progressive hose lay smokey pack
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  1. The ______ hose lay relies on a continuous line being advanced around the fire from
    the Engine to the nozzle with no junctions in between.
    Simple
  2. The trunk line will be a minimum size of __"
    1"
  3. Each junction will have a 1”
    line with a __________nozzle attached
    1"  10/40 dual gallonage nozzle
  4. The disadvantage of the Progressive Hose Lay is the higher friction loss due to the increased number of fittings (approximately _-_psi
    each).
    5-10 psi per fitting
  5. Each drop of a Progressive Hose
    Lay shall consist of the following:
    •   100’ 11⁄2” Single Jacket Hose (Minimum size for the trunk line)
    •   100’ 1” Single Jacket Hose (Attack and lateral line)
    •   11⁄2” Gated Wye with one 11⁄2” to 1” Reducer
    •   1” Nozzle (10/40 Dual Gallonage)
    •   (2) Rubber Bands or ladder straps to secure gates.
  6. The ____ ____ is a pre-assembled pack of single jacket lightweight hose, which allows rapid deployment of packs and extension of line with an uninterrupted supply of water.
    Smokey Pack lightweight hose system
  7. Lightweight hose is a ______single jacketed construction with a ______ lining, cut to 100’
    lengths
    Polyester, polyurethane
  8. Each Pack weighs approximately __lbs.
    26 lbs.
  9. Smokey pack contain
    • 1 - 100’ section of 1” single jacket lightweight hose
    • 1 - 100’ section of 11⁄2” single jacket lightweight hose
    • 1 - 11⁄2” lightweight gated wye
    • 1 - 11⁄2” to 1” reducer
    • 2 - 1” Forestry adapter (NST to NPT and NPT to NST) white for identification
    • 1 - 1” nozzle (10/40 Dual Gallonage)
    • 1 - 11⁄2” nozzle (18/80 Dual Gallonage, 1 Per Company)
    • 1 - Backpack
    • 2 - Rubber bands
  10. Starter roll components consist of
    • 1 - 100’ section of 1” single jacket lightweight hose
    • 1 - 11⁄2” lightweight gated wye
    • 1 - 11⁄2” to 1” reducer
    • 1 - 1” nozzle (10/40 Dual Gallonage)
    • 2 - Rubber bands
  11. Smokey pack assembly

    1.  Lie out 100’ section of 1” hose
    and fold in half, with the ____on
    top, placed  __” behind female
    coupling.
    Male,  24"
  12. Smokey pack assembly

    3.  Roll tightly, 100’ section of 11⁄2”
    hose with _____ coupling
    forming the core
    Female
  13. Smokey pack assemble

    Attach female end of 100’ section
    of 1” hose to 11⁄2” to 1” reducer on
    the gated wye. ______ the gate for
    the 1” line; ____ the other gate
    and band to secure both in said
    position.
    Open, closed
  14. Smokey pack assembly

    Secure the 1” tip and hose to the
    top of the 1 1⁄2” hose just behind
    the gated wye using ______ or ______.
    Masking tape or flagging
  15. Smokey pack assembley

    10. Start by placing the ____________ into the
    backpack.
    secured 11⁄2”gated wye and 1” nozzle
  16. Smokey pack assembly

    11.Continue to feed the hose into
    the backpack, tightly flaking it in a
    zigzag fashion. While loading,
    secure the hose every _'-__’ until
    the 1” line is completely loaded.
    8'-10'
  17. Smokey pack deployment

    1.  Pull 13⁄4” or 11⁄2” hose from the
    transverse bed. Remove tip from
    complete spray nozzle and apply____
    nozzle.
    1/12,  18/80 nozzle
  18. Forestry adapters, 1”, National Standard Thread (NST) to National Pipe Thread (NPT)
    and NPT to NST shall be painted ____ for identification.
    White
  19. Light weight hose
    - test pressure
    - proof pressure
    - burst pressure
    - weight 1" and 11/2"
    • Test- 300 psi
    • proof- 600psi
    • burst- 900psi
    • 1" -5lbs per 50'
    • 11/2"- 7 lbs per 50
  20. It is recommended hose testing to be performed on ____ or  _____ beds
    Grass or light fuel beds

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