Freedor Pro: The radio-activated door closer for high-risk areas

May 13, 2019

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Due to recent events, there has been an increase in demand for fire safety products that are suitable for high-risk areas.

Areas considered as high risk can include corridors, stairwells and kitchens. However, certain buildings are also a concern for fire safety, such as high rise buildings, care homes and HMOs.

Fireco’s motto is compliance made easyThis led to researching the market and development of products to meet the current need for safe and legal products.

Fireco has just released its newest innovation, Freedor Pro: a radio-activated, free-swing door closer that allows you to place a door open at any angle. Controlled by the transmitter, Freedor Pro is unaffected by background noise. The transmitter is connected to a fire alarm panel, therefore only activates when the alarm panel activates – eliminating false activations. This means that Freedor Pro, along with the rest of the Pro Range, is suitable for high-risk areas.

Fireco products also offer benefits to the users in their daily lives, by offering the benefits of improved access and ventilation.

The Freedor Pro is the latest addition to Fireco’s professional range of products, which already includes the Dorgard Pro. This means the current products include a free-swing door closer and a door retainer. Fireco is currently working on new innovations to add to the Pro Range.

If you would like further information about Fireco’s Pro Range, call us today on 01273 320650 or go to

Fireco will be demonstrating all of their new products and giving a sneak peek of future innovations at FIREX International 2019, Europe’s leading fire safety event, taking place 18-20 June 2019 at ExCeL London (stand FX727). Book your free ticket now.

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