PATENT NOs: US 8,408,917 B2
and 8,926,332 B2
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  TRAINING TIP # 14 - CHOCK TIPS PART 2
added 10/7/2016

Watch part 2 of chock tips from Firehouse Innovations Corp.
 

TRAINING TIP # 13 - AXE TIPS
added 10/7/2016

In this video we show you some useful tips using the flatheaded axe to offer more leverage and spreading power.

 

 
       

 

 

TRAINING TIP # 12 - HITTING TIPS
added 10/7/2016

Mike demonstrates the proper striking techniques for using a flatheaded axe with a halligan tool for conventional forcible entry.

TRAINING TIP # 11 - LEVERAGE TIPS
added 10/7/2016

Watch Firehouse Innovations Corp. demonstrate conventional forcible entry techniques using tips on leverage when you need more spreading power.

TRAINING TIP # 10 - GAPPING TIPS
added 10/7/2016

Mike demonstrates why (sounding the door) can be considered unnecessary and time consuming.

     

 

 

TRAINING TIP # 9 - GAPPING WOODEN JAMBS
added 10/7/2016

Mike demonstrates different ways to attack (wooden door jambs) found at private dwellings fires.

TRAINING TIP # 8 - FORCIBLE ENTRY USING A METAL CHOCK
added 10/7/2016

Owner Mike Perrone displays the advantages of Using a Metal Chock from Fire Hooks Unlimited for Forcible Entry.
 

TRAINING TIP # 7 - OUTWARD OPENING DOORS WITH CRUSH DOOR PROP
added 7/7/2016

Mike displays his patented Crush Door Prop to demonstrate a method of adding leverage to the Halligan Bar by using a 6 foot (Metal) hook.
This method is used on (Outward Opening) doors when more leverage is needed, and another firefighter is not available to provide that extra power

 
     

 

 

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 at the bottom of interior basement stairs.

TRAINING TIP # 5 -
GAPPING, THEN CLEARING THE LOCK

added 08/12/2012

Watch numerous methods to gapping an inward opening left and right hand opening metal door with a metal jamb. Watch the techniques used when operating by yourself.

TRAINING TIP # 4 -
2 FIREFIGHTER CONVENTIONAL FORCIBLE ENTRY

added 12/04/2011

Two firefighter conventional forcible entry using a flat-headed axe and halligan.

 
     


 

TRAINING TIP # 3 -
ANGLE IRON

added 03/04/2011

Two firefighter conventional forcible entry using a flat-headed axe and halligan when encountering a high security metal door with angle iron preventing access to unauthorized entry.

TRAINING TIP # 2 -
SPIKING

added 01/03/2011

Techniques for spiking right and left hand inward opening wood doors most commonly found at private dwellings.
TRAINING TIP # 1 - SINGLE FIREFIGHTER
added 9/26/2010

Single firefighter forcible entry on an opening inward metal door with metal jamb. Utilizing the Adz end of the Halligan tool and 2 chocks to force a tough door by
 

     

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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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