PATENT NOs: US 8,408,917 B2
and 8,926,332 B2
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This patented door system provides the ability to force left or right-handed, opening in or opening out doors, metal or wood jambs.  All on the same door system.  You can even use angle iron on the door to simulate high security apartment doors.

This door allows you to use the gapping method and conventional forcible entry methods on opening-in metal jams (like on apartment doors).  Hydra-Rams & Rabbit Tools can also be used.

Opening-out forcible entry on metal jambs can also be used (like on commercial buildings or bulkhead doors).  Also, you can use the spiking method on the wood jamb simulator (like on private dwelling doors). 


“Watch the video and you’ll see what we mean.”   Thank you.


 

 

TRAINING TIP # 6 - CLOSE QUARTERS FORCIBLE ENTRY ON INWARD OPENING DOORS
added 10/27/2012

When you don't have the room to strike the back of the halligan with a flatheaded axe, use the technique displayed in this training tip. This type of obstacle is typically found on inward opening doors found at the bottom of interior basement stairs.




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New add-on feature on our door is geared towards Law Enforcement and Military door breaching operations using a battery ram and forcible entry tools. This video shows how these agencies can use our door prop for breaching and entering training. It can also show how the Halligan tool can be used in conjunction with the battering ram for quicker and safer access. Contact us today and ask us for more information about this door feature for Law Enforcement and Military use.

 

CRUSH DOOR PROP

This Patented "Crush Door Prop" (US 8,419,435 B2) and (US 8,845,333 B2)  simulates exactly what it's like to force an outward opening metal door with a metal jamb because it is an Actual metal door in a metal jamb !
 
This door prop accommodates an actual metal door slab which is 1/3 the height of an average sized door. The most common door height is 79 inches. That makes the height size of the 3 slabs cut from the full sized door approximately 26 3/8th inches in height by any door width ranging from 24 inches to 36 inches wide.
 
For a more in depth explanation of our  "Crush Door Prop", and the various techniques you can perform on the device, check out the video here.

 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL - GOING DEEP WITH DAVID REES
Season 1 / Episode 6
Mike Perrone and the Multi-Force Forcible Entry Door System was featured on a TV series on the National Geographic Channel's Going Deep with David Rees Season 1 Episode 6 in an episode about how doors, locks, and opening things work.


Mason City (Iowa) Fire Department breaking down doors with Firehouse Innovations forcible entry door simulator. Firefighter Neil Maki taking first swing on February 18, 2016 at new training device provided by local foundations (Bertha Stebens Charitable Foundation & Farrer Endowment), business (Independent Insurance Agents of Cerro Gordo County, Tony’s Nails & Spa & Cartersville Elevator) and local business leaders (Elaine & Socrates Pappajohn).

 

EAST BRANDYWINE FIRE COMPANY PICKS UP DOOR AND RECEIVES TRAINING
Article From The East Brandywine Fire Company's Website


Hi there, my name is Karl Tylenda from Fort Drum Fire In upstate NY we are home to the U.S. Army 10th Mountain Division Light Infantry. We took a crew pic and just wanted to send it to you. It's a awesome product! Stay Safe.

Fort Drum Fire, NY - Firehouse Innovations #343 Door.

 




Thanks to everyone who came by our booth at the Long Island Mega Fire/EMS show at the Nassau Coliseum. We hope you got a chance to see the door up close and try it out.

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The training props featured in this site and in our videos are designed by Mike Perrone and are
available through Firehouse Innovations, Corp. which is owned and operated
by Mike Perrone.  All props are made in the U.S.A.
MULTI-FORCE FORCIBLE ENTRY DOOR SIMULATOR PATENT NOs: US 8,408,917 B2 and 8,926,332 B2

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