Agrippa fire door holders and swing-free closers from Geofire provide an ideal solution for care home operators, easing access for residents whilst protecting them in the event of a fire emergency.
The fire door holders and swing-free closers use digital wireless technology to react to the sound of a specific alarm, eliminating the risk of false activations.
The devices allow fire doors to be kept open to ease access throughout a building, and automatically closes the doors at the sound of a specific fire alarm.
The compact and wire-free devices are easy to install with no disruption. They can be programmed for timed daily release and are approved to EN1155 and CE marked.
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