LifeDoor integrates with your home's existing smoke detectors to automatically close your home's interior doors in the event of a fire.
A closed door could save your life during a fire.
It's a simple act: closing your door while you sleep. But in the event of a fire, that closed door can slow the spread of the flames and protect you from smoke and noxious fumes, buying not just seconds, but minutes, to escape to safety.
Even if you are vigilant about keeping your doors closed, it only takes one oversight for the worst-case scenario to come true.
That's where LifeDoor comes in.
In the event of a fire, LifeDoor performs three simple, but life-saving actions:
1. Closes the door.
Protecting occupants from super heated smoke and toxic gases, and depriving the fire of the room's oxygen.
2. Illuminates the room.
Allowing the occupant to safely assess the situation and make a decision about the best way to exit the structure.
3. Sounds a secondary alarm.
A study conducted in the UK found that 80% of children ages of 3-to-12 sleep through standard smoke alarms.
Smoke inhalation is the leading cause of fire deaths.*
In a fire, smoke and toxic gasses often incapacitate victims before they have a chance to escape the burning structure.
By both preventing smoke and superheated gas from entering a room as well as keeping that room's oxygen from being consumed, a closed door can buy not just seconds, but minutes to escape a fire.
Seven People DIe in fires EverY Day IN The United States.
–National Fire Protection Association–
80% of Children between the ages of 2 and 13 sleep through standard smoke alarms.
–Prof. Niamh Daéid, University of Dundee–
House Fires spread 600% faster today than 40 years ago.
–National Institute of Standards and Technology–
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