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anyone able to post a part of the nfpa 1901 for me?

Discussion in 'Firefighter/EMS Talk' started by fireguy129, Aug 17, 2006.

  1. fireguy129

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    looking for chapter 9, recommended equipment on a quint. If anyone can help out, I would appreciate it.
     
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    9.1 General. If the apparatus is to function as a quint, it shall meet the
    requirements of this chapter.
    9.2 Fire Pump.
    9.2.1 The apparatus shall be equipped with a fire pump that meets the
    requirements of Chapter 16 and has a minimum rated capacity of 1000 gpm
    (4000 L/min).
    9.2.2* The fire pump shall be capable of supplying the flow requirements of
    20.6.1 or 20.12.1 with a maximum intake gauge pressure of 20 psi (150 kPa).
    9.2.3 Provisions shall be made to ensure that the pump operator is not in
    contact with the ground.
    9.2.4 Signs shall be placed to warn the pump operator of electrocution
    hazards.
    9.3 Aerial Device. The apparatus shall be equipped with an aerial ladder or
    an elevating platform with a permanently installed waterway that meets the
    requirements of Chapter 20.
    9.4 Water Tank. The apparatus shall be equipped with a water tank(s)
    that meets the requirements of Chapter 19 and that has a minimum certified
    capacity (combined, if applicable) of 300 gal (1100 L).
     

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    9.5* Equipment Storage. A minimum of 40 ft3 (1.1 m3) of enclosed
    weather-resistant compartmentation that meets the requirements of Chapter
    15 shall be provided for the storage of equipment.
    9.6* Hose Storage. Hose bed area(s), compartments, or reels that comply
    with Section 15.10 shall be provided to accommodate the following:
    (1) A minimum hose storage area of 30 ft3 (0.8 m3) for 21/2-in. (65-mm) or
    larger fire hose
    (2) Two areas, each a minimum of 3.5 ft3 (0.1 m3), to accommodate 11/2-in.
    (38-mm) or larger preconnected fire hose lines
    9.7* Equipment Supplied by the Contractor. The contractor shall supply
    the equipment listed in 9.7.1 and 9.7.2 and shall provide and install such
    brackets or compartments as are necessary to mount the equipment.
    9.7.1 Ground Ladders.
    9.7.1.1 The quint shall carry a minimum of 85 ft (26 m) of ground ladders to
    include at least one extension ladder, one straight ladder equipped with roof
    hooks, and one attic ladder.
    9.7.1.2 All ground ladders carried on the apparatus shall meet the
    requirements of NFPA 1931, Standard on Design of and Design Verification
    Tests for Fire Department Ground Ladders.
     
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    9.7.2 Suction Hose.
    9.7.2.1 A minimum of 15 ft (4.5 m) of soft suction hose or 20 ft (6 m) of hard
    suction hose shall be carried.
    9.7.2.1.1 Where hard suction hose is provided, a suction strainer shall be
    furnished.
    9.7.2.1.2 Where hard suction hose is provided, the friction and entrance loss
    of the combination suction hose and strainer shall not exceed the losses listed
    in Table 16.2.4.1(b) or Table 16.2.4.1(c).
    9.7.2.1.3 Where soft suction hose is provided, it shall have long-handle
    female couplings with the local hydrant outlet connection on one end and the
    pump intake connection on the other end.
    9.7.2.2 Suction hose shall meet the requirements of NFPA 1961, Standard on
    Fire Hose.
    9.7.2.3* The purchaser shall specify whether hard or soft suction hose is to
    be provided, the length and size of the hose, the size of the couplings, the
    manner in which the suction hose is to be carried on the apparatus, and the
    style of brackets desired.
    9.8* Minor Equipment.
    9.8.1 The list of equipment in 9.8.2 and 9.8.3 shall be available on the quint
    fire apparatus before the apparatus is placed in service.
    9.8.1.1 Brackets or compartments shall be furnished so as to organize and
    protect the equipment.
    9.8.1.2 A detailed list of who is to furnish the items and the method for
    organizing and protecting these items shall be supplied by the purchasing
    authority.
    9.8.2* Fire Hose and Nozzles. The following fire hose and nozzles shall be
    carried on the apparatus:
    (1) 800 ft (240 m) of 21/2-in. (65-mm) or larger fire hose, in any
    combination
    (2) 400 ft (120 m) of 11/2-in. (38-mm), 13/4-in. (45-mm), or 2-in. (52-mm)
    fire hose, in any combination
    (3) One combination spray nozzle, 200 gpm (750 L/min) minimum
    (4) Two combination spray nozzles, 95 gpm (360 L/min) minimum
    (5) One playpipe with shutoff and 1-in. (25-mm), 11/8-in. (29-mm), and
    11/4-in. (32-mm) tips
    9.8.3* Miscellaneous Equipment. The following additional equipment
    shall be carried on the apparatus:
    (1) One 6-lb (2.7-kg) flathead axe mounted in a bracket fastened to the
    apparatus
    (2) One 6-lb (2.7-kg) pickhead axe mounted in a bracket fastened to the
    apparatus
    (3) One 6-ft (2-m) pike pole or plaster hook mounted in a bracket fastened
    to the apparatus
    (4) One 8-ft (2.4-m) or longer pike pole mounted in a bracket fastened to
    the apparatus
    (5) Two portable hand lights mounted in brackets fastened to the apparatus
     
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    (6) One approved dry chemical portable fire extinguisher with a minimum
    80-B:C rating mounted in a bracket fastened to the apparatus
    (7) One 21/2-gal (9.5-L) or larger water extinguisher mounted in a bracket
    fastened to the apparatus
    (8) One gated swivel intake connection with pump intake threads on one
    end and one or more female connections compatible with the supply hose
    carried on the other
    (9) One SCBA complying with NFPA 1981, Standard on Open- Circuit
    Self- Contained Breathing Apparatus for Fire and Emergency Services, for
    each assigned seating position, but not less than four, mounted in brackets
    fastened to the apparatus or stored in containers supplied by the SCBA
    manufacturer
    (10) One spare SCBA cylinder for each SCBA carried, each mounted in a
    bracket fastened to the apparatus or stored in a specially designed storage
    space(s)
    (11) One spare SCBA cylinder for each SCBA carried
    (12) One first aid kit
    (13) Four combination spanner wrenches mounted in brackets fastened to
    the apparatus
    (14) Two hydrant wrenches mounted in brackets fastened to the apparatus
    (15) Two double female adapters, sized to fit 21/2-in. (65-mm) or larger fire
    hose, mounted in brackets fastened to the apparatus
    (16) Two double male adapters, sized to fit 21/2-in. (65-mm) or larger fire
    hose, mounted in brackets fastened to the apparatus
    (17) One rubber mallet, for use on suction hose connections, mounted in a
    bracket fastened to the apparatus
    (18) Four salvage covers, each a minimum size of 12 ft × 14 ft (3.7 m × 4.3
    m)
    (19) Four ladder belts meeting the requirements of NFPA 1983, Standard
    on Fire Service Life Safety Rope and System Components
     
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    (20) One 150-ft (45-m) light-use life safety rope meeting the requirements
    of NFPA 1983, Standard on Fire Service Life Safety Rope and System
    Components
    (21) One 150-ft (45-m) general-use life safety rope meeting the
    requirements of NFPA 1983, Standard on Fire Service Life Safety Rope and
    System Components
    (22) Two wheel chocks, mounted in readily accessible locations, each
    designed to hold the fully loaded apparatus on a 10 percent grade with the
    transmission in neutral and the parking brake released.



    Be advised that this came off the draft version therefore while it should be correct, I can not be %100 sure.

    I do hope this helps though!!!
     
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    Thanks!! I appreciate your help!!