To extinguish a fire and prevent it from spreading, fire hoses are commonly used to transfer water. Water is transferred from a fire pump to a fire through attack fire hoses. With the use of supply line fire hoses, water can be conveyed from a hydrant or other pressurized source to a fire pump for use as an attack hose. The primary use of booster fire hoses is to extinguish small fires. To provide occupants with fire hoses in case of a fire, pin rack and reel fire hoses are usually installed in buildings. Firefighting hoses for wildland firefighting should be durable and lightweight enough to be carried over rough terrain and long distances.