The old adage “put the wet stuff on the red stuff'” still stands today. Even though we have made tremendous advances in apparatus, gear, and thermal imaging, water is still the most widely used and most effective extinguishing agent at the majority of structure fires. This class will examine how to maximize hydrant flows, booster tank efficiency, proper hose size and final delivery. When utilizing master stream devices, you must understand the tip size, its flow, and all the variables. These most efficient fire extinguishment possibilities can only be effective if you have a complete understanding of how to get WATER on the FIRE!