Gear: Complete Inforcer Door


Complete Inforcer Door

The Inforcer
Category: Rescue Equipment
Subcategory: Forcible Entry
Price: $4,950
Average Rating:
(8 Votes)

A forcible entry training simulator.

Member Reviews

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    tye42, Fri, 07 Sep 2007 19:34:30 UTC.
    1st review

    Chris posted this for The Inforcer and asked me to do a description. I give it 5 stars because I am part of the company so may be a little biased. LOL
    The Inforcer is a firefighter forcible entry simulator that allows firefighters to learn about and train on inward and outward swinging evolutions, hinge cuts, drop bar bolt cuts, padlock cutting/breaking and dead bolt cutting. It was designed by firefighters for firefighters. In my first 7 years in the fire service I had very little actual forcible entry training. And from talking to many people around the country that is the norm. The Inforcer was initially developed to help train firefighters at a large fire department in Texas because we could not always acquire actual structures to train on forcible entry. We have had success in using it and wanted to give other departments and fire academies a fairly economical way of teaching forcible entry. The best part is the realism that it affords. How many FF's have ever got the opportunity to cut a hinge or a drop bar bolt? You actually have to bend metal on the inward and outward evolutions. On the cutting stations you are cutting similar materials to what you will find on many structures. All of the consumables can be gotten locally or purchased from us. And to be honest since this is a review, that is the only downside to the simulator. The consumables can be purchased fairly cheap (roughly $5/student). We always tell people to look around and see what props work for you, but we have a proven track record with this simulator. We have born the cost of development so you no longer have to come up with homemade props. Our number one goal is to increase the knowledge and techniques in forcible entry throughout the nation. We are always happy to talk to any customers about concerns or answer any questions at all. We also offer an excellent forcible entry training class. If you are close enough we can bring the simulator to your department and let you use it for the class and we also talk about thru the lock evolutions, overhead doors and much more. Contact us for pricing. If you purchase a door we give a train the trainer class via DVD but are more than happy to drive/fly and give a full class on delivery. We just ask for expenses to be paid. Thanks for checking out The Inforcer. Go to our website for video and more info.

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  • 0691_max30
    Deleted, Thu, 20 Dec 2007 23:50:41 UTC.

    We trainined on this just the other day & I love it. I can't wait to get on it again! It is great to keep at one of your stations and rotate crews by that station to get some time on it! What a great idea! Thanks Inforcer!! I'm with him...where I work there are not that many fires so we need to be able to train more on unconventional props. We live in a wealthy run down projects so we don't get to practice on real this works so well!! Ask your chief for one next shift!!

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    kegs4, Thu, 17 Jan 2008 03:07:52 UTC.

    i hope to get the chance to train on one of these they look awsome

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    rcooney, Wed, 13 Feb 2008 05:18:32 UTC.

    Sounds like a great way to train on forcible entry. I'd love to recieve more information on this product!

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    BMA7439, Wed, 23 Apr 2008 05:07:29 UTC.

    This simulator was my favorite thing about forcible entry class. It will make a man out of you.

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    JasonKnight, Sun, 30 Nov 2008 03:36:05 UTC.

    This is an excellent prop. for training, I had the chance to use it in San Diego, Ca. We were able to use it in several different ways

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    rfd_jumpe, Thu, 22 Jan 2009 05:37:18 UTC.

    i used this product in my fire acadmy class and it is better than braking a real door and this one you can reset fast

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  • Me_at_art_millers_funeral
    resaw, Sun, 19 Jul 2009 14:24:03 UTC.

    Very good product for forcible entry training.

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