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Figure 2-16.  Ball Valve Settings for Clearing Hoses
TM 10-4210-235-13 2-10.  OPERATING PROCEDURES - continued WARNING Do not enter berm, to avoid serious burns. Do not disturb the AFFF blanket applied over a fire.  Disturbing the AFFF blanket by stepping through it, spraying on it, etc.  can allow hot vapors to escape that could ignite (6) Approach the fire from upwind.  Lean toward fire and aim the fire hose nozzles (2) toward the left side base of the fire.  Squeeze dry chemical fire hose nozzle valve lever (right hand) and apply dry chemical by sweeping across base of fire to the right.  Release dry chemical fire hose nozzle valve lever and squeeze AFFF fire hose nozzle valve lever (left hand) and apply AFFF by sweeping to the left covering dry chemical. (7) When headway is gained on fire, continue side by side sweeping across base of fire while alternating dry chemical (right hand, sweep right) and covering with AFFF (left hand, sweep left) until fire is extinguished. NOTE Continuous flow of fire fighting agents can only be maintained for less than 2 minutes. (8) When the area clears, extinguish any smoldering pockets that may re-ignite the fuel. (9) Engineer fire fighting detachment must verify that fire is totally extinguished. d. Returning fire suppression equipment set to operational ready (normal) or stand-by status The fire suppression equipment set must be returned to ready status Immediately after use. Figure  2-15.   Close  Chemical  Agent  Shut-off Valves 2-42

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