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FIRE STATION OPERATION
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TM-55-1925-292-14-P Firefighting Fire Alarm and Fire Suppression Systems Inland and Coastal Large TUG (LT) Manual
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Figure 16. Fire Monitor
TM 55-1925-292-14&P
0005 00
FIRE STATION SHUTDOWN
1. CLOSE the nozzle valve (figure 14, item 4).
2. CLOSE the fire station cutoff valve (figure 14, item 2).
3. Slowly OPEN the nozzle valve (figure 14, item 4) to relieve the pressure in the fire hose (figure 14, item 1).
4. Disconnect the fire hose (figure 14, item 1) from the fire station cutoff valve (figure 14, item 2) and place the
fire station end of the fire hose in a lower area than the nozzle end.
5. Drain the water from the hose by raising the nozzle (figure 14, item 4) end of the fire hose (figure 14, item 1)
above head level and walking it back to the fire station end. The water in the hose should gravity drain.
6. Inspect the fire hose (figure 14, item 1) for damage.
7. Properly stow the hose (figure 14, item 1) on the hose storage rack (figure 14, item 3).
8. Connect the fire hose (figure 14, item 1) to the fire station cutoff valve (figure 14, item 2).
9. CLOSE the nozzle valve (figure 14, item 4).
FIRE MONITOR OPERATION
1. Start the pump drive engine (TM 55-1925-273-10).
2. OPEN valve FM-1, SEASUCT, F.F. PMP., located beneath the EOS.
3. Prime the diesel engine-driven firefighting pump by placing the following valves in the OPEN position:
a. GS-111, FF PMP PRM EDUCTOR DISCH (figure 15, item 1), located in AMS 1 on the PORT side, near
the fire pump
b. CA-73, SVCE AIR TO FF PMP PRM EDUCTOR (figure 15, item 2), to start the eductor
4. When water discharges from the overflow lines (figure 15, item 3), CLOSE the following valves:
a. CA-73, SVCE AIR TO FF PMP PRM EDUCTOR (figure 15, item 2), to stop the eductor
b. GS-111, FF PMP PRM EDUCTOR DISCH (figure 15, item 1)
5. Engage the Power Take-Off (PTO) (TM 55-1925-273-10) to start the pump.
6. Direct (aim) the monitor (figure 16, item 1) to place foam/water at the base of the fire.
7. OPEN the cutoff valve (figure 16, item 2) for the desired monitor.
0005 00-16

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