In this talk we cover the current work, opinions and research in how to prevent cancer for firefighters in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
This is a conversation with fire research legend Dr Q. He has been a vital part for the fire service to understand how fires in compartments develops.
A fires total heat release rate is not a good value for how much water flow that is needed for suppression, and simplified statements are misleading.
A firefighter thermal imager camera is a poor thermometer, but a vital tool for firefighting. Learn more with this video example and explanation.
The important concepts of behavior, trigger and knowledge for training awesome firefighters. | The Swedish Firenerd
In this Q&A Gerard asks me about high rise firefighting, flow, pressure, straight streams, fog patterns, training, traveling fires and more.
A conversation between Rick Lasky and Lars Axelsson about fire service culture, recruitment, motivation, ownership, volunteering and more.
In this first Q&A I am asked about smoke cooling, straight vs fog streams, the BA-shuffle, transitional attacks, smoke curtains and more.
Video showing the limited influence of smoke cooling methods on fire compartment and the quick reheat experienced by advancing firefighters.
Stay low and keep the thermal imager camera low. Clean the lens with wipes to restore image quality during firefighting – Video example.