title>Professional Portable Appliance Testing (PAT Testing) from Kacitech
Testing to the guidelines within the IET 4th Edition Code of Practice will include a visual examination for damage or excessive wear and tear, a check of wiring and fuse within the mains plug, carrying out an electrical test for earth and insulation where applicable, labelling of equipment to identify that it has been tested and recording evidence of the test for certification purposes.
Copies of the report and certificate will be provided electronicallly (PDF) for your records and to print if required.
Pricing depends on the number of items that require testing, where the equipment is located and the specific requirements of the client.
Please contact for a quote, including your location, location type i.e. factory, office, mobile etc. and approximate number of items.
Please note that mains cables and extension leads are classed as one item and require testing individually.
PAT Testing - Any individual or organisation that uses electrical equipment should ensure that is is safe and maintained. Some business types are outlined below. Please note this is not an exhaustive list.
Mobile entertainers carry a lot of equipment around and it is more exposed to risk than that of static equipment. Some venues request that equipment has evidence of PAT testing.
There are many types of electrical equipment in educational establishments and it is important that all equipment is maintained and safe.
Whether it be for the safety of employees or the general public, it is important to ensure that where they are exposed to electrical equipment it is safe.
Tools and equipment used in factories and workshops should be safe for the employees to use. Ensure a risk based assessment for combined inspection and testing is in place.
From builders and plumbers to hairdressers and nail beauticians, all electrical equipment that is carried around is at greater risk of wear and tear or damage. Ensure your equipment is safe and maintained
Whether it be for the safety of staff, performers or the general public, ensure electrical equipment is safe.