I have a fire pump with 15 H.P.But i don?t know how many 2.5 Inches hoses can be connected if the presure needed is 10 Kg/cm2
Read Les S Answer. the Police are already on patrol, riding around the community, and usually arrive on location ahead of the fire department. If the conditions are livable, the Police will often try to rescue someone form a burning structure. I did twice in my career. But, the building was not fully charged with smoke to the extent that Self Contained Breathing Apparatus would be needed. After that point, it is not possible to enter the building with breathing apparatus, and the p[oclie would also die in the fire. Fires on TV are nothing like fires ion real life. You can't just walk around in burning buildings. The Fire Department would also not enter the building without SCBA. The FD will have people inside in proper equipment trying to make the rescue. The Police are not stupid, and would not be inside. Don't pay too much attention to what you see on TV. NO TV Police shows are realistic. Very few police e officers in the US are cross trained or work as Public Safety officers. Those who are trained like that would also not enter a building like that without proper gear.
I do not know whether the horse will be staying indoors or outdoors, but at the very least he will need a fly sheet and a summer sheet, and an anti-sweat sheet to put on under the summer sheet while he dries off. And a sweat and summer sheet for the trailer, with a spare of something warmer in case he gets colder during the journey or night. Travelling boots or bandages. A tail guard and bandage. A damaged tail when you arrive is not a good look. And fill the hay nets before you leave home so you can replenish them at each stop if necessary. You will need water for the journey too. And a poop scoop and a little extra bedding for the trailer. All these things can be done without unloading the horse, but it just makes things a little more comfortable for him. Trailing is very stressful on the horse and he might sweat up or get cold. Suggest you take halters, lead ropes and hoofpicks and haynets plural! Those things have a habit of getting broken or lost - and the haynets you could fill in one go so that you do not spend so much time several times a day in the hay barn. For your grooming kit, so far as I can see you will need a rubber curry comb AND a metal one o clean out your stiff and soft brush. And you will need a water brush to wash off any stable stains or grass stains and horse shampoo. Chalk for white bits. Rather than take a sack of each type of grain you could bag up the whole feed, one for each feed but do not add water and if you feed sugar beet then take a bucket of that prepared for the evening feed, and individual amounts in plastic bags for subsequent ones.
I think your talking about one of my favorite songs! :D The songs called First Day Of My Life By Bright Eyes