Presentation on theme: "Hose Pulls How To Pull A Pre-Connect. Pre-connects 1.Both Pre- connected hose lines are 200 2.The front hose line closest to the cab is an 11/2 double."— Presentation transcript:
Hose Pulls How To Pull A Pre-Connect
Pre-connects 1.Both Pre- connected hose lines are The front hose line closest to the cab is an 11/2 double jacket 3.The second hose line is an 1 3/4 double jacket
1.The Firefighter receives the order for 1 ½ Pre-connect and repeats it back to the Captain 2. Locate and grab the nozzle 3.Place hose behind back 4.Hold nozzle in hand in front of body
1.Place hand in the top loop first 2.Slide loop toward elbow
1.With the first loop at your elbow 2.Grab the second lower loop with your hand
1.Check for traffic, uneven terrain or obstacles 2.Announce clearly, Left, Right, Down, Clear 3.Step off of running board facing forward 4.Never step off of apparatus backwards!
1.Lean forward and pull hose 2.Pull hose with a controlled hustle
1.Maintain an awareness of your surroundings 2.Pull hose in order to pay out all of hose from bed
1. Pull hose until hose load is clear of the bed 2.When charged, hose left in hose bed will kink and prohibit water flow
1.The hose will become tight 2.Confirm all the hose is clear from the bed 3.Drop the loop in your hand
Drop this loop Slide this loop into your hand
Once the second loop is in your hand, begin pulling.
1.Pull hose with a controlled hustle. 2.Pull hose until second loop pulls tight.
Drop second loop when it pulls tight
Once hose is fully deployed, place hose and nozzle where it will be most advantageous for firefighting
Flake out hose evenly near the entry point. Flake hose in order to prevent kinks when charged
1.Adjust pattern to semi-fog. 2.Confirm GPM setting is correct for the hose line.
Signal to the engineer and call for WATER!
1.Bleed out the air from the line. 2.Confirm nozzle pattern.