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  • DFurtman
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    Originally posted by Dickey View Post
    I know, we wear that on our backs and move the SCBA to the front.





    -Damien

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  • LVFD301
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    Originally posted by ffmedcbk1 View Post
    if you cross streams what will happen?


    Never, NEVER cross the streams... it will be bad.

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  • ffmedcbk1
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    if you cross streams what will happen?















    could it be like like getting your schwartz twisted?
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  • Acklan
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    Looks like a 2.5 gallon pressure can with a high pressure vessel attached. More than likely adding unneeded weight. Is there no a shoulder harness for a 2.5 gallon can that is used in the north east?
    If this is such a great idea why not make a SCBA\Can pack, which would look like a twin bottle SCUBA diving rig?

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  • nameless
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    Originally posted by rescueraver View Post
    I solved the Air pack/ Impulse tank problem we encapsulate the firefighter in turn out gear with built in water bladders this serves many purposes. First the Firefighter carries his own water supply. 2 the suit can be made of lighter fabric and you dont need the thermal liner because the water coat and bunkers will keep you cool. You can put a potable water bladder so he can stay hydrated. To top it off you give this Firefighter a multi function helmet with radio, video thermal and GPS links so command can tell him not to cross the streams.
    You can hook a catheter up to his johnson. So not only can he relieve himself in a fire, he can refill is water/suit. I'm sure we can develop some sort of device for the ladies too.

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  • LaFireEducator
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    Originally posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    So lets ponder this.... If we find something that already works, polish it up, put some new fancy do-dads on it, we can market it as a new Idea and make millions selling it?
    Sounds like most of the movies and TV shows coming out now ......

    .... Hawaii Five-O my foot!
    Last edited by LaFireEducator; 08-08-2010, 04:51 PM. Reason: spelling

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  • FF2426
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    So what happens if we cross the streams?

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  • Bushwhacker
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    So lets ponder this.... If we find something that already works, polish it up, put some new fancy do-dads on it, we can market it as a new Idea and make millions selling it?

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  • Acklan
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    Originally posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    Indian Pumps Did this 20 years ago....
    ...and still does in many areas.

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  • Bushwhacker
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    Indian Pumps Did this 20 years ago....

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  • LVFD301
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    And then seeing as it is a big bubble you can just roll him in the door?

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  • rescueraver
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    I solved the Air pack/ Impulse tank problem we encapsulate the firefighter in turn out gear with built in water bladders this serves many purposes. First the Firefighter carries his own water supply. 2 the suit can be made of lighter fabric and you dont need the thermal liner because the water coat and bunkers will keep you cool. You can put a potable water bladder so he can stay hydrated. To top it off you give this Firefighter a multi function helmet with radio, video thermal and GPS links so command can tell him not to cross the streams.

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  • LVFD301
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    http://www.epindustries.com/cfxinc.html

    I have been looking at this backpack unit - but only for BRUSH fires, not structure!

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  • Dickey
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    I know, we wear that on our backs and move the SCBA to the front.

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  • ChiefKN
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    I can't believe that some of you think there is a practical application for this piece of crap???

    Just further proof that Barnun was right.

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