The Inforcer LLC

Firefighter Forcible Entry Simulator

The INFORCER is the most realistic and versatile forcible entry simulator on the market today. Not only is the INFORCER the only door which gives your firefighters the feel of bending/deforming metal while forcing a truly tough door with a set of irons, but also provides video based training on forcible entry techniques requiring the use of a power saw to cut hinges, drop bar bolts, dead bolts and chain, all in one simulator. Other simulators utilize the defeating of wood, spring or a clamping system to get through the door using a set of irons, which don't provide the same level of realism or difficulty.

With over 150 doors throughout the US, Canada and Japan, the INFORCER has a proven design that will enable your firefighters to gain valuable, hands-on, practical and realistic forcible entry training using both a set of irons and a power saw all from one simulator. Every wear point on the INFORCER is designed to be easily reversible to get twice the life out of each part. Plus the video based training and a PowerPoint presentation for your department to use and keep are included with each purchase. If you want a truly challenging, versatile and realistic forcible entry simulator, you have found your door.

The Inforcer has the unique ability to replicate many forcible entry techniques:

    Drop bar bolt cutting
    Hinge cutting

    Dead bolt cutting Padlock cut or break
    Cut links of chain

Please view the video below for a quick demonstration of The Inforcer Overhead Door Cutting Simulator or contact us for more information.

Who Is Using The Best Forcible Entry Simulator?
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Shaw AFB SC Fort Belvoir VA Pantex Fire TX
Denton Fire Rescue TX Fort Hunter Liggett CA Pebble Beach CSD Fire Department CA
Fort Riley KS Fort Worth Fire Department TX Petoskey MI
JBLM-McChord Field WA Fox Valley WI Pflugerville Fire TX
MSD of Washington Township IN Franklin Fire Rescue VA Raleigh NC
Stafford County VA Georgetown Fire Department TX Rancho Cucamonga Fire CA
McAllen Fire Dept TX Glen Canyon AZ Randolph Community College NC
Covingtion Fire Dept VA Glen Canyon National Park Rawlins WY
Troutville Fire Dept VA Gloucester Volunteer Fire Rescue VA Remington Fire VA
Saint Paul Fire Department MN Golden Gate National Park CA Rialto CA
Abington Township VA Grand Rapids Fire MI Richmond Fire Dept CA
Austin Community College Grandbury Fire TX Richmond Virginia DOD
Atomic Energy of Canada LTD Guilford Technical College NC Robertson FPD MO
Eielson AFB AK Gunnison Fire Protection District CO Rocklin Fire CA
Algonquin College, Canada Halifax County Emergency Services VA Round Rock FD TX
Antonia Fire Protection District MI Hanover VA Santa Clara County CA
Arizona AFB Hartland Area Fire Dept MI Santa Cruz FD CA
Arlington County VA Hattiesburg MS Shasta College CA
Barksdale Airforce Base CA Hays County Fire Department TX Sierra Vista Fire Department AZ
Barstow Marine Base CA Heartland Fire Training CA Snohomish Co. Fire District WA
Broward Sheriff's Office FL Homer AK South Placer Fire CA
Buda Fire Department TX Horizon City Fire TX Southwestern Illinois College
Burlington Townhip Fire IN Houston Fire TX St. Andrews Fire Dept SC
Burton Fire District SC Indiana Firefighter Training System IN St. Charles County MO
Butte Co. Fire CA Iowa Central Homeland Security Training IA St. Lawrence County NY
Caldwell CC & Tech Inst. NC Iowa City IA St. Louis County Fire Academy MO
CALFIRE - BEU Iowa Lakes Community College IA Strathcona County Canada
CALFIRE - MONTEREY  Iwakuni Fire Japan Surprise Fire AZ
CALFIRE - RIVERSIDE Jackson Hole Fire WY Sweetwater County Fire WY
CALFIRE - SAN DIEGO CO MCB Camp S. D. Butler Japan Tarrant County College TX
Cape Fear CC NC Jefferson Parish LA Thomasville Fire NC
Carmel Fire Department CA Johns Creek Fire Department GA Toms River NJ
Center For Arts and Tech PA Kankakee Fire Department IL Tucson Airport Fire AZ
Matanuska-Susitna Borough AK Kilgore College TX  CALFIRE - Tuolumne
Charlotte NC Klein Volunteer Fire Department TX University Park Dallas TX
Chester County PA Lacey Fire District WA US Coast Guard Cape May NJ
Chico Fire Department CA Lake Travis Fire Rescue TX Vasilia Fire Department CA
Cimarron Hills Fire CO Leesburg Fire VA  Vaughan Fire ON Canada
City of Calgary Fire Canada Lincoln Nebraska Wake Forest Fire Dept NC
City of Columbus OH Lindenwold Fire District 1 NJ Wall Township Fire Rescue NJ
City of Emporia VA Lone Star College System TX Washington DC
City of Mountain View CA Manasses Fire & Rescue NC Watchung Fire NJ
City of Upland CA Manchaca Volunteer Fire Department TX Waukesha Fire Dept WI
Cleveland County Community College OH Maricopa AZ Wellington Fire Protection District CO
College of The Albemarle NC Maryland Community College NC West Hampton Beach Fire NY
Contra Costa County Fire CA Mechanicsville Fire Dept MD Western Piedmont Community College NC
Coronado Fire Department CA Miami Township OH Wheat Ridge Fire Protection District CO
Culpeper Fire and Rescue VA MIll Valley CA Wilkes Community College NC
Big Piney-Marbleton Fire Dept WY Noblesville IN WITC Technical College WI
Davidson County CC NC North Richland Hills TX Woodland CC CA
Deerfield Beach Fire Rescue FL North Sioux City Fire SD Wright Patterson Fire Department OH
Del Mar College TX Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Wylie Texas Fire TX
Des Plaines Fire IL NW Indiana Fire District Wyoming Fire Academy
DFW International Airport TX Northwest Fire District AZ
Dyess Airforce Base TX O'Fallon Fire Department IL
Eielson AFB AK Oak Hill Fire Department TX
Enumclaw Fire Dept WA Ocean City Fire Department
Emergency Services District 11 TX Ottawa Canada
Farmers Branch Fire TX Palm Beach State College FL
Forsyth Technical CC NC
 

What Are Our Customers Saying?
Shaw Fire and Emergency Services
With security levels on our installation becoming evermore stronger, we felt the need to obtain a forcible entry door trainer.  After considerable research, we decided to purchase The Inforcer Forcible Entry Door Trainer.  The door offered the greatest variety of training opportunities and provided video instruction on the principles of forcible entry.  Once we received the door, we contacted the vendor for assistance in building the door.  We were immediately informed that The Inforcer folks would send a rep out to build the door and provide a forcible entry door class.  Mr. Self showed as planned and had the door assembled in under two hours.  Our firefighters were excited and he even volunteered to conduct a training class at  2200 hours that evening.  The scheduled class was conducted the next morning.  The company had a professional PowerPoint classroom training session that took approximately one hour.  It included numerous videos from firefighting professionals throughout the nation showing the latest in forcible entry door techniques.  After the training, he handed us the DVD.  We can continually refresh our firefighters on the numerous techniques and go outside to practice them.  Mr. Self then took our firefighters to the prop and all were able to practice the many forcible entry methods covered in the class.  As he provided the instruction, he explained to our instructors the best ways to reset and care for our new door.  The practical hands-on instruction continued until there were no longer any questions or "how would you do this" comments.  It has been without any hesitation one of the most practical purchases that we have ever made.  Thank you Inforcer.

Randy Gardner, SMSgt, Deputy Fire Chief

RANDY S. GARDNER, SMSgt, USAFR
20 CES/CEF

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