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Common Sense And Essentials To Be Mastered In The Field Of Fire
Feb 20, 2018

In an emergency, a bonfire can be a lifesaver. If you're cold and wet, and you don't have a stove that's available, and you don't have a shelter or a tent, this bonfire can help you fight the risk of losing temperature. In this case: (This article describes the emergency fire in the case of survival, this course is suitable for outdoor team leader and senior donkey friend.) Even so, the cause of the fire, the responsible person to bear the sentence or even pay the cost of life

Autumn Wilderness

First, the field of fire can follow some of the following points:

1. Know the limits of fire before you go camping.

Many times, scenic or hiking area managers will give some fire requirements, especially in the season of fire prone should pay more attention. On foot along the way, should pay more attention to the field fire and forest fire prevention instructions posted, signs and so on. Note that in some areas, fires are more tightly controlled during the fire season. For hikers, you have a responsibility to understand these requirements.


2, only collect some fallen branches and other materials, preferably from the site away from the camp collection.

Otherwise, after a period of time, the camp will be surrounded by a very unnatural bald state. Never cut down the living trees or remove the branches from the trees, or even pick up the branches from the dead trees, because many wild animals will use these places.

3, do not use too high too thick fire.

A large number of firewood will rarely be completely burned, usually leaving a black charcoal and other bonfire ruins, thus affecting the recycling of biological.

4. Where the fire is allowed to rise, the existing hearth should be used.

Only in an emergency, you can create a new one, if the conditions permit, after the use of the original should be restored. If hearth, then you should clean it up when you leave.

5. Near the hearth, all possible burning materials should be removed.

Ideally, the places you use to fire should be nonflammable, such as Earth, stone, sand, etc. (often found on the river). Continuous heat will make the original healthy soil very poor, so you should pay attention to choose your fire site.

If you are living in an emergency to save lives, then you are not taking into account the continued use of the soil is understandable. But don't spoil the natural landscape. At this time, the fire and the waterproof match will be your useful things. You can also use fires and replace fire rings. You can use the tools to make a circular platform of 15 to 20 centimeters high using mineralized soil (sand, light-colored, barren soil). Use this as a place for your fire. If conditions permit, the platform can be built on a flat rock. This is mainly to avoid damaging any soil that can have plant growth. After you use the fire, you can easily push off the firing platform. Some people even take something like a barbecue dish out as a mobile firing platform.

6, take away the Ashes left.

Pick out any charcoal that can be found in the fire circle, crush it away, and spread it over a larger range. Tear down anything you build, and don't leave anything like a block of wood. This may sound troublesome, but it is a responsible act for eliminating the long-term effects of fire in the field.

Second, Fire and fire:

1, in the beginning of the fire, you can use the dry tree branches of a small hollow cone, the middle of a few leaves of hay, and then lit with a match. (Note to carry a fire or waterproof match, fire material is one of the ten points of attention.) )

2, when the small fire temperature rise, appropriate to add some larger branches. Move the dotted branch to the center of the fire to make it burn completely. Ideally, you should burn all these to the lime.

3. Only those rubbish which can be burned completely and can be burnt to ashes should be used for burning. Do not try to burn plastic, canned or aluminum foil materials. If you really need to burn some rubbish that can't be burned completely, then eventually you need to pick up all the things you left behind and take them to the nearby garbage collection point.

4. Never leave an unattended fire.

5. If you need to dry clothes, you can tie a rope to the tree next to the fire and hang the clothes on the rope.

6, when the fire need to first water, and then step out all the Martian, and then continue to pour more waters. Try to do as many times as possible to get the fire extinguishing seedlings thoroughly. When you leave the firing point, the ash left should be able to reach the level of touch. Make sure that all the flames and Mars have been quenched and cooled before they can leave.

Bonfires are not allowed most of the time in the wild and are sometimes important in emergencies. If you are going to make a fire, it is your responsibility to know how to raise fire, maintain the safety of the fire, and extinguish it safely and responsibly, and minimize the possible impact. Camping life can be very happy, but at the same time, must be safe.