Sales 07999 590771

Office 01642 294416

Email [email protected]

We cover postcodes TS-DL-DH-SR

You can expect each PAT test to be undertaken with the up most care and attention
Each PAT Test will include:
  • Visual inspection of the appliance, flex and plug top
    • Look for any visual signs of damage or overheating
  • Open Each Plug Top Inspect the fuse and connections
    • Tighten wire connections
  • Electrical tests
    • The appliance is put through a series of electrical tests to insure that it is properly earthed (Earth Continuity Test, Class 1 appliance) and insulated (Insulation Resistance Test, Class 1 and 2 appliance)
  • Labeling
    • A label is affixed to the appliance indicating whether it has passed or failed as well as additional information including the test date, re-test date and Appliance ID number assigned to it
  • Records
    • A detailed record is given for each appliance tested as well as an inventory summary. These records will be made available in an electronic format (hard copy available upon request)
* Note - Replaced or rewired plug tops will be retested at no additional cost
PAT Test scheduling
The frequency of portable appliance testing is determined by several factors, this includes the type of equipment and its classification, the frequency in which it is used and/or moved and the environment in which it is operating. Our PAT Testing Engineers will specify your exact requirements. We use the IET Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment 3rd Edition guidelines to help determine this.