Fyrestick Piercing Nozzle

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Fyrestick Piercing Nozzle in Action
Fyrestick Piercing Nozzle in Action
Fyrestick In full swing
Fyrestick In full swing
Fyrestick in use in a Snowy Roof
Fyrestick in use in a Snowy Roof

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Piercing Nozzle History

The Patented Fyrestick, is the world's leading piercing nozzle. Firefighters use it to punch through a wall, ceiling or car hood and then introduce a mist of water into an enclosed space. When the spray hits the superheated space, it is instantly converted into steam, depriving the fire of oxygen, dramatically lowering the temperature and forcing water into every inch of space.

Quickly Extinguish Fires in Walls or Attics

"Ran it for about a minute and the fire was out" The piercing nozzle can pump 80 to 100 gallons of water a minute, the steam is so efficient that you might spray water for only 10 or 15 seconds, resulting in far less water damage to the building.

In many cases firefighters, carrying a chain saw or an ax, climb up a ladder, cut through the roof and then stand or squat there with a hose, spraying the attic until the fire is out with 100 PSI trying to push you off of that roof while they are using it

Todays Lightweight Roofs Are Not Safe

With older construction a firefighter had at least 20 minutes, or even a couple of hours, to fight an attic fire before the roof collapsed. However, with builders increasingly moving toward lightweight construction, firefighters nowadays might not have more than a few minutes.

Firefighter Tim Burns explains how the Fyrestick you can put a fire out with a one pierce. The Fyrestick is a tool that no Fire Department should be without, no matter the size or number of fire fighters.

Made in the USA

Fyrestick is made in the USA by Profab, Inc., using only the finest materials, welding and powder coating processes as specified by Fire Departments. This assures you quality construction with years of rigorous use.

The Fyrestick piercing nozzle was designed by Fire professionals for Fire Professionals just like you...

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Common Uses for your Piercing Nozzle

The Fyrestick Piercing Nozzle reduces the time spent in getting water on the fire with one pierce stopping power

Houses

With the flimsy roof construction of today's houses it's imperative to quickly get to the source of fires and get our firefighters off of the roofs to safety.

Fyrestick piercing nozzles provide one pierce stopping power when pierced through roofs, doors, walls, floors, and even foundation block to extinguish fires from attic to basement.

Car fires

The first thing to melt in an engine fire is the hood opening cable. With the Patented Fyrestick Piercing Nozzle you can simply pierce through the hood and extinguish the fire

Mobile Homes

Use your thermal imager to find the hot spot and simply pierce the nozzle through the wall and never expose your crew to the dangers of entering a cramped hallway with equipment

Body Shops & Garages

When a structure is known to be housing combustibles or dangerous chemicals, the Fyrestick Piercing Nozzles need only lodged into a wall, door or roof and can be left unattended to do its work. It's a much safer method of handling these dangerous areas.

Works with Water or Foam

The patented Fyrestick works equally as well with foam or water.

Reduces Oxygen Entry

They can be left unattended without worry of movement or slippage. The Fyrestick nozzle creates either a small hole at the entry point, virtually eliminating oxygen entry from outside sources.

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