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Figure 2-10.  Equipment Setup
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TM-10-4210-235-13 Fire Suppression Equipment Model FSES-1 Manual
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Operation with remote hose reel cart
TM 10-4210-235-13 2-9.  ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE.  - continued 5 Raise jack (4) to support and stabilize the trailer mounted extinguisher assembly (1). 6 Release rewind brake (7) on the hose reel (8). (b) Position  the  auxiliary  mobile  hose  reel  cart  (9)  no  more  than  125  feet  (38  meters)  from  trailer mounted extinguisher assembly (1) with the cart handle toward the back of the trailer mounted extinguisher assembly. Release rewind brake (10) on the hose reel (11). WARNINGS Clothing items must be kept dry.  Steam produced by high heat can cause severe burns. c. Initial Checks. Perform your before PMCS. 2-10 OPERATING PROCEDURES. The instructions in this paragraph are for information and guidance of the personnel responsible for the operation of the fire suppression equipment set.  It is essential that the operators and all assisting personnel know how to successfully extinguish various fires.  Refer to TM 5-315 for additional fire fighting techniques.  The fire suppression equipment set, as emergency equipment, is always maintained m an operational ready status. WARNING Special heat resistant clothing, including hood, coat, pants, gloves and boots, must be worn while  fighting  any  large  scale  petroleum  fire.    Injury  to  personnel  can  result  if  not  properly protected.    Burning  hydrocarbons  produce  toxic  smoke.    Avoid  smoke  to  prevent  personal injury.    A  minimum  of  two  and  preferably  three  personnel  are  required  to  operate  the  fire suppression equipment trailer set.  Injury can result from moving hoses when in operation. a. Equipment application. NOTE The  fire  suppression  equipment  trailer  set  holds  150  feet  (46  meters)  of  twin  agent  hose assembly  and  the  auxiliary  mobile  hose  reel  cart  carries  150  feet  (46  meters)  of  twin  agent hose assembly.  Connecting the auxiliary mobile hose reel cart will give a maximum reach of 300 feet (91 meters).  Flow rate with 300 feet (91 meters) of hose will be reduced. (1) Put on protective clothing. (2) Determine if the auxiliary hose reel cart is needed. (3) If cart is to be used proceed to step b.  If not, go to step c. 2-38

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