In-Service Inspection and Testing of 230 & 110 Volt Equipment in South Wales

HOW OFTEN SHOULD PAT TESTING BE DONE?

Frequency of visual inspection and testing in detail

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Formal visual inspection

Combined formal visual inspection and testing ('PAT Testing')


£1.25 PER ITEM

Minimum charge of £60

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  • WHAT IS PAT TESTING?

    The inspection and testing of electrical equipment, or 'PAT Testing', as it is usually called, is the procedure whereby electrical equipment is formally visually-inspected and instrument-tested for electrical safety. PAT testing is.....
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  • WHAT DOES PAT TESTING COST?

    I charge £1.25 per item tested (no VAT). The minimum charge is £60 per site (negotiable for same-day, geographically-close multiple sites with few items), but this does include up to the first forty-eight items at that site.....
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  • DO WE HAVE TO HAVE IT DONE?

    Contrary to popular belief, there is no legal requirement to have the electrical equipment in either the workplace or, in the case of any landlord- or company-supplied electrical equipment in rented.....
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  • WILL WE BE INCONVENIENCED?

    230 volt equipment will need to be unplugged from its electric socket, so obviously it will be out of use during the inspection and testing procedure (however, I may be able to carry out the important 'earth continuity' test.....
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  • WHAT'S INVOLVED WHEN TESTING?

    If you engage my services, then virtually all of the 230 & 110 volt equipment at your site will be formally visually inspected and instrument-tested for safety. Each item will then be labelled with either a green PASS label.....
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  • HOW OFTEN SHOULD IT BE DONE?

    There are no strict rules or legal requirements concerning the frequency of combined formal visual inspection and testing ('PAT Testing') of the electrical equipment in either the workplace or, in the case of landlord or.....
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230V TESTING

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110V TESTING

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