Hose-stream test | Article about hose-stream test by The Free Dictionary
A test in which, after a period of fire exposure, a wall partition or door is subjected to the impact, erosion, and cooling effects of a stream of water from a fire hose directed first at the middle and then at all parts of the exposed face.
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In a recent test conducted by Omega Point Laboratories, a gypsum and steel stud wall assembly was exposed to fire for two hours followed by a hose-stream test
. The wall disintegrated in less than one half of the 2 1/2 minute requirement.