Fire Extinguisher Servicing in Brooklyn, NY

Fire Extinguisher Sales, Inspection & Refill Services

We serve the entire New York city and state area, including: Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx, Nassau, Suffolk, Sullivan, Rockland, Orange , Westchester, Ulster,  Dutchess, Columbia counties.


If you have an expired tag, or a tag that is almost due for inspection, and you are running a business, residence or commercial property, give COUNTY FIRE a call to set up a safe and seamless inspection for us to service and get your property up to code and avoid any unnecessary fines. 

The following is a checklist the FDNY released for businesses to ensure prior to reopening their business: (source: FDNY Bureau of Fire Prevention)


• The fire extinguisher is fully
• It is in its designated place;
• It has not been used or
tampered with;
• There is no obvious or physical
damage or condition to
prevent its operation
• And it is readily accessible.


• Sprinkler and Fire alarm systems must be
tested, serviced, monitored and maintained
by a qualified professional
• Smoke and Carbon Monoxide detectors/alarms
• Must be checked periodically to make they
are working.


Buy new fire extinguishers to be be prepared for inspection and fire prevention. Choose from Carbon Dioxide, Dry Powder, and many other types of fire extinguishers from quality providers.


Our 8-point fire extinguisher inspection assures your equipment is checked for compliance with NYC fire regulation or other local authority. 


Buy new fire extinguishers to be be prepared for inspection and fire prevention. Choose from Carbon Dioxide, Dry Powder, and many other types of fire extinguishers from quality providers

we have the right Fire extinguishers

for any situation

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Fire Extinguisher Types

Carbon Dioxide
Cold discharge reduces heat while carbon dioxide chemically blocks oxygen fuel in use of carbon dioxide fire extinguishers. Carbon dioxide extinguishers are well suited to class B and C fires, and usually ineffective for class A fires.
Clean Agent
Clean agent, or halogenated fire extinguishers interrupt chemical reaction to quell fire. Halon and halocarbon agents that are less ozone depleting are included in this type of extinguisher. These are most effective against class B & C fires, with some larger extinguishers suited to class A, B & C fires.
Dry Chemical
Interrupting the chemical reaction of the fire triangle is the principle behind the dry chemical type of fire extinguisher. Modern multipurpose  dry chemical fire extinguishers are effective for class A, B or C fires, but ordinary dry chemical fire extinguishers  are not effective against class A fires. Use of older dry chemical fire extinguishers on class A fires can extinguish fire temporarily, allowing re-ignition.
Cartridge Operated Dry Chemical
Cartridge Operated Dry Chemical fire extinguishers focus on interrupting fire's chemical reaction. Similar to stored pressure dry chemical extinguishers, these are good against class A, B & C fires. It also creates a barrier between oxygen and other fuel in class A fires.
Dry Powder
Either removing heat or separating oxygen from other fuel materials are the strategies behind dry powder fire extinguishers. Dry powder extinguishers are effective only for class D combustible metal fires.
Water and Foam
Disrupting heat is the target of water and foam type fire extinguishers extinguish. Foam separates oxygen from other elements to starve fires. Water extinguishers are suitable only for Class A fires, and present a danger of spreading fuel in a class B fire, or electric shock in a class C fire.
Water Mist
A more recently developed fire extinguisher type, the water mist fire extinguisher targets heat to combat fire. Water mist type is an option when clean agent extinguishers might pose contamination hazards. Water mist extinguishers are effective primarily against class A fires, and can also be used to fight class C fires.
Wet Chemical
By removing heat, wet chemical fire extinguishers combat fire. Re-ignition is prevented by chemically separating oxygen and other fuel elements. Modern class K wet chemical fire extinguishers are designed to combat fire in deep fryers employed commercially. Some models are also effective for class A fires.

Fire Class Definitions


Class A fires involve materials such as cloth, rubbish, plastics, wood, or paper.

Class B

Class B fires involve liquids or gases such as paints, fuel oils, and fuel products. Grease fires and cooking oil fires are not included in this class.


Class C fires involve electrically powered appliances and devices, such as appliances, power transformers, and other electrical machinery or equipment. Absent electricity, these would be other classes of fire.


Class D fires are involve combustible metals such as aluminum, magnesium, potassium or sodium.


Class K fires are involve cooking oils and grease, including vegetable and animal fats.

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75 Seabring St, Brooklyn NY 11231


(718) 964-6080

County Fire

100 Beard Street, Brooklyn

5.0 9 reviews

  • Avatar M A K ★★★★★ a year ago
    County Fire saved the day. We needed a complex Fire Alarm System and an ARCS. They are professional, efficient and easy to work with. We had an inspection and passed, … read more even the FDNY inspector said that he was impressed with their knowledge and expertise.
  • Avatar Juan Aguilar ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago
    Best technology
  • Avatar yossi gurt ★★★★★ 5 years ago
    I had an issue with a violation from the FDNY in my building. I called them with my issue and was courteously answered, and they sent me a certified tech that quickly … read more explained and rectified the problem with the correct amount of Fire Extinguishes as per code. I am very satisfied with their service and will continue to do business with them.

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