March 31, 2017

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Installer-exclusive: Dorgard Pro makes fire safety simple

Fire and security installers can make compliance easy for customers with installer-exclusive Dorgard Pro, part of Fireco’s Professional Range.

Fire doors that are wedged open are dangerous, and can be costly. Dorgard Pro is a wireless solution, allowing fire doors to be kept open legally and safely, improving ventilation and access throughout the building.

Dorgard Pro’s wall-mounted transmitter can be connected to any fire alarm system, triggering doors to close as soon as an alarm sounds. Dorgard Pro is not affected by background noise, reducing false alarms. Wireless technology minimises disruption during installation, and with a five-year battery life, you can just fit and forget. A standard five-year warranty offers peace of mind.

Installers can attend a free workshop to become part of the Fireco network. Becoming a Fireco installer offers great benefits, including a free survey kit to demonstrate Dorgard Pro and accurately survey the site. Installers can receive a preferential pricing rate, free site visits from technicians, and will be recommended to customers in their area.

Visit our website to find out more or sign up to one of our free workshops.

Fireco are exhibiting at FIREX International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. Visit stand F200 to see Dorgard Pro in action and find out about becoming a Fireco installer.  Get your free badge now.

The Future of Fire Safety: download the eBook

Is the fire protection industry adapting to the post-Grenfell reality fast enough? At FIREX International 2019, Europe's only dedicated fire safety event, some of the world's leading fire safety experts covered this theme. This eBook covers the key insights from those discussions on the developments shaping the profession, with topics including:

  • Grenfell Inquiry must yield “bedrock change” – and soon
  • After Grenfell: Jonathan O’Neill OBE on how austerity and policy “on the hoof” are hampering progress
  • Hackitt’s Golden Thread: Fire, facilities and building safety
  • Fire safety community has to “get on board” with technological changes

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