Sheets and hose can be used to escape a fire

Issuing time:2018-07-20 11:04

Fire departments in the rescue is generally used in the rescue rope, and bedsheet knotting and rescue rope similar, the most commonly used is "double knot". The specific steps are as follows:

Step 1: tie half knot on two sheets, pay attention to saving the length of the sheets.

Step 2: tie two half knots together to form a dead knot.

Firefighter tells a reporter, the knot that gives bedsheet so, not only can maximal level save the length of bedsheet, and the knot that tie up is not easy to slip, not easy loosen. When you escape, make sure the knot is firm and not loose. In addition to tying a knot in the front, it is necessary to tie a knot every other small section on the sheet "escape rope" to facilitate escape.

Sheets and fire hose can be used to escape

Firemen tied two of the most common sheets together and tied them to a steel frame. When the experiment began, the sheets did not change after the firemen had grabbed them. Then another firefighter joined in, both men clinging to the "escape line" of sheets that remained intact. It seems to be relatively safe to form a "escape line" with bed singles.

"We twisted the sheets into a string and tied a double knot. Tie a knot on the left, a knot on the right, and a knot on the right. Firefighters say the sheets are not recommended for use on floors 3 or above if they are used for escape because they are not long enough and have more stress. When escaping, try to wet the bed sheet, so as to prevent the fire from spreading to the inside of the hotel bed sheets were ignited, burned.

Firefighters warn that bed sheet survival on the physical strength of the arm in particular higher requirements. Do not look down to escape, so as to avoid fear of heights. If there is a fire in your home, you can escape to the house downstairs through the sheets if the sheets are not long enough.

In addition, firefighters suggest that the hose in the fire hydrant is also a good escape tool when escaping. The length of the hose is generally around 20 meters, which is equivalent to about the height of six or seven floors. But if you happen to be above the fourth floor when a fire breaks out, none of these methods will work.