High-Rise Nozzle

A Fire Engineering Training Minutes

 

 

Fire Engineering Training Minutes Revisited: Lieutenant John Ceriello of the FDNY demonstrates the high-rise nozzle, which allows firefighters to get water on a fire in a high-rise when an external stream is not available.

These videos are for training demonstration purposes only. When you perform these techniques at emergency scenes and evolutions, be sure to wear full PPE and adhere to your agency’s procedures and policies.

This video, part of Training Minutes “Season” 8, originally ran on the Fire Engineering site in June 2011.

For more recent firefighter training videos, go to Fire Engineering Training Minutes Gallery

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A Fire Engineering Training Minutes     Fire Engineering Training Minutes Revisited: Lieutenant John Ceriello of the FDNY demonstrates the high-rise nozzle, which allows firefighters to get water on a fire in a high-rise when an external stream is not available. These videos are for training demonstration purposes only. When you perform these techniques at […]

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