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
Outward Opening Metal Door Training
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.
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Replaceable Door Slabs