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The smarter way to hold fire doors open

Dorgard SmartSound™ is the latest addition to the Fireco product range. Keep your fire doors open legally, safe in the knowledge that Dorgard SmartSound will automatically enable them to close if a fire alarm sounds.

Vacuum cleaner friendly — New SmartSound technology means Dorgard SmartSound is not triggered by the sound of a vacuum cleaner.

Fit and forget SmartSound technology means there’s no need to waste time training your Dorgard SmartSound to learn the sound of your alarm. It works right out of the box without any complicated programming.

Carpet friendly — Anti-drag technology means that Dorgard SmartSound won’t damage your carpets. If someone tries to pull the door, the unit’s plunger will automatically release, and not drag along the carpet.

Three-year battery life Dorgard SmartSound has a three-year battery life for added peace of mind.

Suitable for heavy doors — No more struggling with heavy fire doors. Dorgard SmartSound can be fitted to heavy doors, which is great for improving access throughout a building.

Once your new SmartSounds are installed, send us your old Dorgards to get your discount.

We can even collect them for you, contact us to find out more.

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