I am a big fan of the old-school marine fire extinguishing system, the one that was in my dad’s old shop in Burlington, Vermont.
When the old guy retired in 1974, he took a bunch of his old equipment and brought it back to Burlington and installed them in a new fire house, one that didn’t have a whole lot of firewood, but he did have a few big old marine fire engines.
The old fire extinguishers worked like this: They had a bunch, three-inch-thick plastic tubing that was attached to a hose, and they’d blow on the hose and it’d come out.
But they were also prone to catching fire.
So when the fire started in one of these old engines, the hose would go all the way to the firebox and it would catch fire and that hose would burn up.
But it was also prone, as far as I know, to catching smoke.
So they were very, very good at getting it under control.
So, they had these fire extinguishes that were rated for about 30 minutes and then they’d be gone.
They’d just come back in and start doing it again.
So that was a very reliable fire extinguishable.
But in the 1970s, there was a whole other class of extinguishers that were marketed as marine fire and smoke extinguishers.
And they were rated to last 10 minutes, but they were prone to fire.
And then in the 1980s, these marine firefighting systems got replaced by the big, fire-fighting marine fire systems that are used on the Navy ships.
So those are rated to run for 10 to 15 minutes, and then come out of the fire box and they’ll be gone again.
It’s an easy problem to fix.
The problem with marine fire suppression systems, however, is that they’re also prone like fire extinguisters to catching on fire.
The fire-control systems on those ships are also prone.
So you can’t just go and replace them.
So I’m not going to go and do that.
So there’s a couple of things I’d like to try out, and I’m going to be looking at marine fire-suppression systems that aren’t marine fire.
We need to replace the marine fire system, because they’re all fire-resistant.
So what I want to do is replace them all.
So for the marine systems, I’m thinking of the Ticonderoga, which is the biggest of the fleet, because it has so many different kinds of equipment.
We have about 100 different types of fire extinguizers, and each one is rated for 30 minutes.
So it’s very, much easier to replace them with the Marine fire extinguiser, because we have so many of them.
I also have some plans for an all-marine system, like the New York City Fire Department, which has a lot of different types.
So the Marine system, I want, in a couple years, to have all of these different marine fire suppressors, all fire resistant.
And I’m looking at a lot different things.
So this is a lot about what I’ve been looking at.
I think I have about three or four systems, and my first system is the New Jersey fire system.
It has about 80 marine fire retardant units, so it’s like a fire extinguist, but it’s also a fire-retardant system.
And it’s not rated for any particular fire, but there’s going to need to be a lot more of them on the fleet.
And what that means is that the ships are going to have to be more flexible and have a much bigger fleet than what we’re used to.
So now, for the Fire Department and for the New Orleans Fire Department there are going a lot fewer fire-containment units.
But the fire-resistance of the marine units, like I’ve said, has to be good.
So we have to have the marine system that’s going, “No, no, no.
We can’t go into a fire,” because it’s too prone to catch on fire and it’s going down, and that’s not the best way to do it.
So as we move forward, we’re going to start doing some things that will make those systems more fire-proof, but also more flexible.
I’ll have a look at that as we start looking at new systems.
But what I’m also looking at is the marine-fire-resistant marine systems.
We’ve seen a lot in recent years that have been developed by the U.S. Navy, like those big smoke alarms that are being tested out in Australia, and we’ve seen these other systems like these smoke detectors that we’ve heard about, and these fire-management systems, like we have a lot.
We’re looking at things that have to do with fire-prevention, fire detection, and emergency response.
So some of those are going away