Pumpers, Aerials, Rescues. At our fully equipped truck shop or on the road at your firehouse, our factory trained mechanics can solve your vehicle repair and maintenance problems. See our truck service page for more information.
Service technicians on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to meet the breathing air requirements of Fire Departments on Long Island. Our mobile air refill trucks are only a phone call away. Our breathing air is tested by an outside testing agency and is certified to comply with all air standards of NFPA 1500.
Breathing Apparatus Lab
Over 40 years of experience! SCBA repairs by factory trained and certified technicians using state of the art testing equipment. Computerized flow tests performed at your facility, with printed reports for your records.
Hurst Tools Service
Firematic provides the nations largest rescue tool support system. From emergency repairs to our popular
annual service contracts, Firematic maintains a large inventory of Hurst tools for use to use when your
frontline tools are out of service.
Hydrostatic testing of both extinguishers and air cylinders in full compliance with DOT regulations.
Firematic is periodically inspected by the Office of Hazardous Materials, and has maintained an
uninterrupted certification as a cylinder requalification facility under registration number B590.
From brackets to structural repairs, the Firematic manufacturing team has the tools and experience needed to meet the demands of the Fire & Rescue services.
Recoupling and/or repair of fire hose in our well equipped service shop. Large inventory of couplings, expansion rings and adaptors.
Showroom display of the newest, most advanced fire, rescue, and safety equipment. Wide assortment of
safety supplies and accessories in stock for immediate delivery. VISA, AMERICAN EXPRESS, and
MASTERCARD accepted for your shopping convenience.
Municipal, Industrial, & Commercial fire extinguisher service. Inspections and recharging of all makes and
models. Free pickup and delivery. Large parts inventory. Complete plant inspections. OSHA surveys.
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