PAT Testing

We offer PAT testing for all types of businesses ensuring that your business complies with the most current and up-to-date Health and Safety legislation as well as the insurance requirements for employee and public liability.

PAT Testing Pricing Schedule.
Electrical Items priced per Item
< 50 £3.50 (minimum charge of £45)
51 - 250 £3.00
251 - 500 £2.50
501 + Contact us for a very competitive quotation

The pricing schedules includes:
*A PAT Test Certificate
*Plug rewiring (as required)
*Complete visual inspection on all equipment
*All PAT scheduled tests on the latest PAT test equipment
*Pass labels (and fail labels)
*Certificate of testing
*Fuse replacement (if required at no extra cost)
*Minor faults are fixed and retested immediately.
*PAT test results

Already got a quote, we will do our very best to match it and probably improve on it.

PAT Testing Procedures *Full Inspection (visual) - The portable appliance is checked over visually to ensure that there is nothing damaged, to ensure that the electrical flex has no signs of damage, the plug is looked at and examined ensuring the flex is correctly and safely secured to it , opening it up to check the fuse is correctly rated for the appliance and the wiring has been done correctly, finally check for overheating and damage / splits on the plug's plastic casing. *Insulation Resistance Test - This test is used to test Class I & II appliances, a 500v DC current is passed to the electrical appliances to measure the resistance which should be within the ranges > 1.0 Mohm for Class I appliances and >2.0 Mohm for Class II appliances.
*Earth Continuity Test - The Earth Bond test, only for class 1 appliances to check that they are earthed correctly. Due to the sensitivity of IT equipment we perform special 'soft tests' on this equipment
*Substitute Leakage Test - A gentler version of insulation resistance testing, used on appliances with voltage limiting devices.
*Touch Leakage Test - Used to measure protective conductor current between earth and live parts in class I appliances or from live parts to the appliance enclosure for Class II appliances.
*Polarity Test - This test checks that there are no crossed wires.
*Load Test or Functional Test - To confirm that the appliance operates accordingly.

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