3 edition of Fire Department Pumping Apparatus Maintenance found in the catalog.
Fire Department Pumping Apparatus Maintenance
September 13, 2003
by Fire Protection Publication
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||298|
The driver/operator's encyclopedia on operating fire pumps and pumping apparatus. Pumping Apparatus includes information on pumpers, tankers (tenders), brush apparatus, and aerials with pumps. Explains safe driving techniques, types of apparatus, positioning for maximum efficiency, pump theory, apparatus maintenance and testing, and how to. Pumping Apparatus Driver/Operator Handbook, 3rd Edition IF IFSTA NEW Editions Streamline Driver/Operator Training.
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By the book NFPA Standard for the Inspection, Maintenance, Testing, and Retirement of In-Service Automotive Fire Apparatus provides the necessary guidance that fire departments and their. The Pumping Apparatus Driver/Operator Handbook, 3rd Edition covers pumping apparatus only, the second book in the pair, Pumping and Aerial Apparatus Driver/Operator Handbook, 3rd Edition contains the same 15 chapters as the pumping apparatus textbook, plus an additional 5 chapters relevant to aerial apparatus. Personnel on departments that.
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General knowledge and safety requirements --Types and construction of fire apparatus --Fire pump theory and maintenance --Basic fire apparatus maintenance --Lubrication and cooling system maintenance --Electrical maintenance --Pump testing --Transmissions for the fire service.
Responsibility: by Don Henry. NFPA Apparatus Equipped with Fire Pump Task Book 9 * Turn a fire apparatus degrees within a confined space, given a fire department vehicle, a spotter for backing up, and an area in which the vehicle cannot perform a U-turn without stopping and backing up, so that the vehicle is turned.
Scope. This standard defines the minimum requirements for establishing an inspection, maintenance, and testing program for in-service fire apparatus.
This standard includes guidelines for fire apparatus refurbishment and retirement. This standard identifies the systems and items on a fire apparatus that are to be inspected and maintained, the frequency of such inspections.
In addition to teaching to you how to operate aerial and pumping apparatuses, Pumping & Aerial Apparatus Driver & Operator Handbook addresses maintenance operations for the equipment.
To cut costs, many fire departments prefer to have the driver/operator maintain the equipment instead of outsourcing maintenance operations to a third party. The candidate, given a fire department pumping apparatus, its manufacturer specifications, maintenance and inspection forms, and policies of the jurisdiction, shall perform and document a pressure control device test so that the listed performance steps are completed.
Equipment Required: Fire department pumping apparatus, apparatus manufacturer. The Pumping Apparatus Driver/Operator Handbook, 3rd Edition covers pumping apparatus only, the second book in the pair, Pumping and Aerial Apparatus Driver/Operator Handbook, 3rd Edition contains the same 15 chapters as the pumping apparatus textbook, plus an additional 5 chapters relevant to aerial apparatus.
Personnel on departments that. Today's pumping apparatus are much more than a pump mounted on a truck. on apparatus manufacturers to provide fire departments with a vast amount of technical apparatus maintenance.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) apparatus committee has published NFPAStandard for the Inspection, Maintenance, Testing, and Retirement of In-Service Emergency Vehicles ( ed.), which took effect in January. Simulation by SimsuShare (formerly CommandSim) and Capt. Douglas Watson, Palm Beach County (FL) Fire Rescue.
Many times the only practice a pump operator can get is in the real apparatus and in. * Scope. This standard defines the requirements for new automotive fire apparatus and trailers designed to be used under emergency conditions to transport personnel and equipment and to support the suppression of fires and mitigation of other hazardous situations.
Comprehensive and updated content in this edition includes: Nozzle reaction and how to calculate it Expanded coverage of pump anatomy and pressure control devices Content that addresses vital parts of NFPAStandard for Automotive Fire Apparatus and NFPAStandard for the Inspection, Maintenance, Testing, and Retirement of In-Service Reviews: Comprehensive and updated content in this edition includes: Nozzle reaction and how to calculate it Expanded coverage of pump anatomy and pressure control devices Content that addresses vital parts of NFPAStandard for Automotive Fire Apparatus and NFPAStandard for the Inspection, Maintenance, Testing, and Retirement of In-Service.
The local fire department shall issue the entire task book to each member seeking certification as a apparatus/operator (pumper), and by using the list found on pages four and five of this task book If applicable, inspect the pump of the fire apparatus and features associated with its function.
_____ 8. If applicable, inspect the aerial. When is the last time your department ran a fire pump test on your apparatus. Did you know it should be done at least once per year.
Ideally, this kind of testing would be done weekly!. Amazingly, many fire departments have never tested their fire pumps and many firefighters have never operated or witnessed a fire pump performance test. This is one mistake that can have tragic consequences.
To achieve this fundamental need, fire department engine companies will obtain a water supply to their truck and then connect and pump into the FDC. When engaged in a fire. Standard for Fire Apparatus Preventive Maintenance Program, including recommended service requirements for each type and style of apparatus; 4.
establish an apparatus pump test schedule, and perform pump testing service requirements according to NFPA Standard for Testing Fire Department. Hot Topics Speaking of Fire News Archives.
Research Fire & Life Safety Careers Community. This DVD is part of the Pumping Apparatus Driver/Operator DVD Series. Product Specs. Publisher: Action Training Systems; ISBN: Edition: Aerial Apparatus Inspection & Maintenance DVD Aerial Apparatus Inspection & Maintenance DVD.
Item #: Wildland apparatus-combat wildfires, all terrain ARFF-flammable liquid fires, suppression of vapors from fuel spills Fireboats-extinguish fires in a marine environment Quint-equipped with fire pump, water tank, hose, aerial device and ground ladders Rescue-may have small pump, foam proportioning equip, pump panel and preconnects.
Designed to teach the skills and knowledge prerequisites of NFPA Includes the 5 programs listed below: Safe Operation, Positioning, Pumps, Inspection and Maintenance, Shuttle and Relay.
Available in DVD only. Save by buying the sets. Firefighters Bookstore Item # DP6 PKG. The candidate, given a fire department aerial apparatus equipped with a pump, it’s manufacturer specifications, maintenance and inspection forms, and policies of the jurisdiction, shall perform and document a pressure control device test so that the listed performance steps are completed.
Equipment Required: Fire department aerial apparatus. A fire apparatus with a primary purpose of transporting 1, or more gallons of water is considered to be a/an: A. While conducting a pump capacity test, if the net pump pressure is correct but the nozzle flow (gpm) is too high, the: Prevent water from a sprinkler system from flowing back into the fire department connection.
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