Dorgard receives quality award


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Fireco Ltd received a quality endorsement award recently from the Guild of Master Craftsmen, as recognition of exceptional service and product quality for their Dorgard fire door stay. The Guild¹s approval entitles Fireco Ltd to use the well-recognised guild emblem in all its marketing and advertising material. The main objective of awarding Dorgard the quality endorsement membership is to assure customers that the product complies with the highest standards. Dorgard, manufactured by Fireco Ltd, is described as a cost-effective, battery operated, fire door stay, which requires no wiring and takes just a few minutes to install. It is said to be simple to operate and holds a fire door open with a rubber stopper which makes contact with the floor. Dorgard¹s integral microphone then listens for the fire alarm. When the alarm sounds, the stopper retracts allowing the door to swing closed. Fireco says Dorgard provides a simple and effective way of holding fire doors open in busy environments such as nursing homes





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