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What is PAT Testing?
Portable Appliance Testing is a set of inspections and a routine of tests performed on workplace electrical equipment to ensure the safety of the user and members of the public.
All PAT Testing is carried out by experienced engineers, in line with a strict set of guidelines laid out in the IET Code of Practice for In-service Inspection of Electrical Equipment.
Some of the businesses we carry out regular testing for include:
- Factories & Workshops
- Schools, Nurseries and Colleges
- Shops and Restaurants
- Construction sites
- Gyms, Health clubs and Spas
- Dentists, Beauticians and Healthcare Centres
What Does The Testing Cover?
Our engineers test a wide range of electrical equipment for businesses to help
The inspection and testing (PAT Testing) process
- Visual Inspections
- Checks for damaged flexes and plugs
- Inspection for correct wiring of appliances
- Earth continuity tests
- Earth leakage tests
- Polarity tests
- Insulation resistance tests
- Recording appliance details and test results
- Affixing a durable barcoded PAT Testing label
ESI Engineers are equipped to carry out electrical checks on all standard 240v equipment, 110v site tools, and 3-Phase (415v) machinery and hard-wired appliances like heaters and hand
All of our PAT Testing Engineers are qualified electricians, time served and City & Guilds Qualified to the latest standards.
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Independently assessed for customer safety
PATTA, as an association demands its members to operate to particular professional standards to ensure their customers receive value for money service that meets recommended guidance, to ensure the equipment they say is safe, is safe.
PATTA will also provide guidance for consumers and represent the trade at steering groups, parliamentary committees and technical committees.