This firefighter hose can cut through brick and metal

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0 1. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

No doubt this will be appearing in an action movie any time soon, Maybe "No country for Middle aged men"

It did occur to me that going through the cement a hammer drill would have worked pretty well too.
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+2 2. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

I submitted this vid a couple weeks ago too and am glad it did get selected.
"PyroLance uses pressurized water with a non-metallic aggregate, it is completely non-heat producing and does not generate sparks.
It introduces its fine mist of water through a small opening less than 1/8 inches – 3mm. A rapid reduction in temperature occurs without introducing large amounts of oxygen, which greatly reduces the likelihood of flashover or backdraft. Firefighters can manage the thermal layer while remaining outside in a safe, shielded, defensive position.." This is one of the main benefits of using this technique. It also uses about one fifth the amount of water due to the micro-sized water mist particles.