What Does Testing Involve

Our engineers carry out PAT Testing in compliance with the IEE Code Of Practice and HSE Guidelines.

This involves a thorough visual inspection of the appliance casing to check for damage and the flex for wear or damage. Plugs are also checked for damage, correct wiring and to ensure the correct fuse rating is fitted.

Once the equipment has passed the initial visual inspection, the engineer will perform a series of electrical tests using a PAT testing unit.

On completion of of testing a site, a detailed test report will be issued and a certificate given to show the tests have been completed and the equipment is safe to use.

What do we test?

We will test any piece of electrical equipment which is connected to the mains supply via a plug. We test 240volt, 110volt and 415volt equipment.

Why PAT Test?

Employers and Landlords can satisfy insurers and possibly obtain reductions in premiums by providing evidence of regular PAT Testing.

Insurance companies assume that when giving insurance cover to a business that the owners are complying with all regulations necessary. Companies may refuse to pay or reduce a claim for damage caused by an appliance that has not been tested.

Where do we test?

We can carry out PAT Testing for all types of businesses including offices, schools, factories, nurseries, nightclubs, cafes, hotels, hair dressers and barbers, landlords, gymnasiums to ensure they comply with Health and Safety Legislation.



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