PATENT NOs: US 8,408,917 B2
and 8,926,332 B2
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PATENT NOs: US 8,408,917 B2 and 8,926,332 B2

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This patented door system is by far the most realistic and versatile forcible-entry training device on the market today.  You can train your members using every technique which applies to inward-opening doors, outward-opening doors, left-hand and right-hand swinging door, with metal or wood jambs, using halligan and flat head axe or maul.  Hydra Ram and rabbit tool can also be used. 

This forcible-entry simulator will train firefighters for these types of doors encountered in day-to-day firefighting.

To improve the forcible-entry efficiency of your department and the firefighters under your command, you need to practice the many forcible-entry techniques that can be performed on the Multi-Force door, and perform them often.

The quicker the door gets forced, the quicker water gets to the fire.  All firefighters know that when  there is a quick entry, which leads to water being applied to the fire quicker, more lives and property are saved.  Give your firefighters and the civilians they protect better odds with better training.  Train with the best prop made for forcible-entry training.  Train with the Multi-Force forcible-entry door system.

PATENT NOs: US 8,408,917 B2 and 8,926,332 B2




PATENT NOs: US 8,419,435 B2 and US 8,845,333 B2


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This Patented "Crush Door Prop 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, watch the video.

PATENT NOs: US 8,419,435 B2 and US 8,845,333 B2

This is the picture of a recessed
door with a piano hinge. So cutting
the hinges is not an option. Forcing
the door at the locking side on of
this door presents the added difficulty
of a recessed door. This type of difficult
door with multiple problems is addressed
with our Crush Door simulator. Train
with the most realistic props ever made.
Train with Firehouse Innovations
forcible entry simulators.















Patent No.: US 10,325,520 B2

The Firehouse Innovation's Patented Cutting Station is the most inexpensive way to cut locks and rebar, and most importantly be able to blast the (lock body) from the (shackles) over and over and over again. No more having to buy locks or finding locks to have your members train on how to defeat a pad lock. With this Cutting Station you can cut the shackles of the lock as well as blast the lock body from the shackles with either a Halligan bar or a Duckbill tool or a combination of both. Watch the video and you will see what we mean.

Patent No.: US 10,325,520 B2



Patent No.: US 10,147,337 B2

This Patented and 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.

Patent No.: US 10,147,337 B2


The HT-175 By Firehouse Innovations . US Patent No. 9,057,667 B2.

This device, The HT-175, is designed to keep your Hydra-Ram Hydraulic forcible entry device made by Hydra-Ram Inc. in good working order. It also helps you to detect a malfunctioning Hydra-Ram device before and after it's use in Firefighting situations; as stated in Bob Farrell's letter endorsing the HT-175. Bob is the C.E.O. of Hydra-Ram Inc, the makers of the HYDRA-RAM. Below is a copy of the letter I received from Bob endorsing my product.


US Patent No. 9,057,667 B2 

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