Arnold M. Zwicky
zwicky at CSLI.STANFORD.EDU
Fri Feb 6 16:50:42 UTC 2004
On Feb 5, 2004, at 10:10 AM, Richard A. Spears wrote:
> I wanted to add that a hydrant was more generic than a fireplug.
> There is a type of fire hydrant that looks like a four-inch pipe,
> rising out
> the ground for about 24 inches, terminating in two, 90-degree turns
> with a
> water outlet
> on each of them. These, and other similar, heavier bronze or steel
> hydrants were not
> called fireplugs in my recollection. A similar connection built into
> wall of a building
> was also called a fire hydrant, even though these connections were
> used to
> pump water
> into the building's sprinkler system.
just so. some buildings up the street from me in palo alto have such
connections, labeled HYDRANT.
arnold (zwicky at csli.stanford.edu)
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