Dorgard: Fire Door Retainer
Dorgard, manufactured by Fireco, is a wireless fire door retainer that holds open fire doors and automatically closes on the sound of the fire alarm.
- Makes access easy
- No more struggling with heavy fire doors
- Closes automatically on the sound of the alarm
- Improves ventilation within a building
- No wires for an easy fit and maintenance
- Works with your existing alarm
- Can also be activated by radio signal if required
How Dorgard works
- Dorgard is powered by batteries.
- Press down the plunger to hold the fire door open at any angle.
- Dorgard continually listens out for the sound of the fire alarm.
- Once the alarm sounds, Dorgard will release the plunger and the door will close.
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Dorgard can be installed in under 5 minutes.
- Position the fitting template against the bottom of the door.
- Use the Dorgard fitting template to drill four holes in the fire door
- Screw Dorgard to the fire door using the four screws supplied.
- Open the battery compartment and insert the batteries.
- Push down the plunger to hold the door open.
- Test your fire alarm and ensure Dorgard responds to the sound
- Overall height: 205mm
- Main casing height: 150mm
- Width: 195mm
- Depth: 45mm
- Packed kit weight: 950g
- Product only (including batteries): 700g
- Casing: ABS Plastic
- Power: 2 x 1.5v C size alkaline batteries (do not use rechargeable batteries)
- Expected battery life: 18 months
- Trigger: All fire alarms compliant within Europe and Internationally
Dorgard Frequently Asked Questions
People in my building keep using fire extinguishers to keep doors open so it is easier to get around. Is Dorgard the right product to stop this happening?
Residents in my care home want to keep their bedroom doors open, is it okay to install Dorgards on these doors
We need to keep our kitchen door open when serving meals in our hotel as the fire door is really heavy and our hands are normally full with plates, can you help?
As Dorgard is acoustic would it close the doors when our school bell rings?
Should I use a particular type of battery and can I use rechargeable ones?
One of my Dorgards is releasing to no apparent sound?
Why is the door creeping closed when the Dorgard plunger is fully depressed?
Does the rubber foot makes contact with the floor when the plunger is pushed down? If not, try repositioning the Dorgard on the door or fit the floorplate supplied.
If the floor is a bit slippery, fit the floorplate so the rubber foot stays in contact with the floor.
Why is the Dorgard I have installed not holding the fire door in an open position?
Check the plunger is pushed down and the battery compartment is closed. .
Also check that Dorgard is installed on the side of the door that closes into the door frame.