5 Inch Hose - Friction Loss Table
This chart is designed (using the friction loss formula) to find quick and accurate answers for 5" fire hose friciton loss. To find the friction loss for a 100 foot section of fire hose, find the column with the desired GPM and to its right you'll see the corrosponding friction loss. You can also print this image on a 8.5x11 sheet of paper.
Example: Friction loss for 100 ft of 5" fire hose with 2,000 GPM is 32 psi. You can find the corrosponding friction loss for 2,000 gpm at the bottom of column 4 in the chart below. You can see that 2,000 gpm has 32 psi friction loss. You can also see the answer on the friction loss calculator
More 5 inch friction loss examples:Use the 5 inch friction loss table (Above) to solve the following problems. A link to the correct answer is provided beside each problem.