PAT Testing

Make sure your appliances are safe.

Why should you PAT test?

PAT tests reduce the likelihood of an appliance catching fire

PAT tests ensuring electrical appliances provided to tenants in rental property are safe*

PAT tests reduce the chances of a fire in the workplace

Regular PAT tests can save you money in the long term

Regular PAT tests can reduce the risk appliances pose to your business

Risk appropriate testing helps you comply with UK regulations

Regular PAT tests keep your insurance company happy

*Landlords are not currently required to carry out formal electrical testing, although they do have a legal obligation to ensure that electrical appliances provided to tenants in their properties are safe, or at least carry the CE mark.

Our prices start at £35.00 for upto 10 items then £1.50 per item (up to 29 items) for small businesses and landlords.

For larger businesses you can get 30 items for £60.00 then £1.00 per appliance (up to 199 items).


What is PAT testing?

Portable appliance testing (commonly known as PAT is the name of the process in which electrical appliances are routinely checked for safety. The formal term for the process is “in-service inspection & testing of electrical equipment”. Testing involves a visual inspection of the equipment and any flexible cables for good condition, and also where required, verification of earthing (grounding) continuity, and a test of the soundness of insulation between the current carrying parts, and any exposed metal that may be touched. The formal limits for pass/fail of these electrical tests vary somewhat depending on the category of equipment being tested.

I PAT test Class 1, Class 2 plugged appliances & 110 volt appliances.

Whether its 10-appliance PAT tests or 100 we can provide a professional and affordable service causing minimal disruption to your business. I Mainly PAT Test the Falkirk area but can cover wherever necessary with a travel fee.

Did you know most insurance companies will offer a discount to businesses that can prove they have their portable appliances PAT tested.

Did you also know electrical leads and extension leads are considered as electrical equipment in their own right, therefore, need to be tested as well as the appliance they are connected to? This is because the lead can be separated from the appliance and used with other equipment. You can be confident i will test both items.

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