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FF162

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  • Location Ulster
  • Gender Male
  • Past Experience Active membership for 37 years. Officer for 31. Chief for 14.
  1. Highland - 641 includes PDAA & PIAA's No EMS
  2. Two one hundred foot five inch lines into a five inch siameze with one five inch line to the recieving pumper. Hose is Angus. Pressure was way over normal operating pressure. Evolution may have qualified for a hose test, if you know what I mean. Using the siameze cut the RPM's on the engine to just under 1800. Flow meters showed 900 gallons+ on each line. Was supposed to read: - "That would be two 5" lines into a 5" siameze; One would be set up off the 4"NSTX5" STORZ fitting on the right sideof the engine and a 2 1/2"NSTX5" STORZ off the left side. We have delivered over 1800 gallons, 2,600 feet off a really good 16" water main. NO Relay pumper and slightly up hill. Used a whole bunch of fuel!" (hope that cleaned up the Russian.)
  3. <P>That would be two 5" lines into a 5" siameze. One would be set up off the 4"NSTX5" STORZ fitting on the right sideof the engine and a 2 1/2"NSTX5" STORZ off the left side. We have delivered over 1800 gallons, 2,600 feet off a really good 16" water main. NO Relay pumper and slightly up hill. Used a whole bunch of fuel!</P>
  4. Three (3) engines, 1750 pumps, 2000 feet 5 inch hose on each. 5 inch discaharge on right side; plus additional 5 inch fittings to supply additional lines if neccessary, including a siameze 5 inch fitting to maximize flow at lower RPM's.