A flexible pipe, made of leather, India rubber, or other material, and used for conveying fluids, especially water, from a faucet, hydrant, or fire engine.
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a flexible pipe for conveying a liquid or gas
a hollow tube designed to carry fluid s from one location to another
a hollow tube designed to transport fluid from a place to another one
An accessory often used on a petal closure to facilitate tying it off. This may be either polypropylene or polyvinyl chloride.
Conveys water under positive and sometimes negative pressure from the fire pumping unit to the outlet normally affixed with standardized couplings or connectors.
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system of pipes inside a building for conducting water for pounds per square inch attachments; may be pressurized with water ("wet") or remain "dry" until activated in an emergency; supplied either from a pull stations attachment or from a drafting's pump. Permits firefighters to reach higher levels of tall buildings without having to run hoses up the stairs.
A flexible conduit consisting of a tube, reinforcement and usually an outer cover.
Hose is used to deliver water onto a fire and to provide water from hydrants to firefighting apparatus. The types of hose used include handlines, booster lines and large diameter hose.
flexible conduit for moving liquids under pressure; made of various materials including cotton, rubber or plastic (such as polyvinyl chloride, PVC); construction May be braided, woven, wrapped or extruded, often in layers (liner and jacket); hose construction and size differs according to its intended use (e.g., Hard suction, attack, forestry, booster); typically stocked in standard lengths and coupled together with standardized fittings. See hose coupling.
A hose is a hollow tube designed to carry fluids from one location to another. Hoses are also sometimes called pipes (the word pipe usually refers to a rigid tube, whereas a hose is usually a flexible one), or more generally tubing. The shape of a hose is usually cylindrical (having a circular cross section).