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              Portable Appliance PAT Testing

              PAT Testing although not a legal requirement, but it is good practice for all electrical equipment to be periodically tested for compliance with safety regulations. This ensures your electrical equipment is safe to use and is not a potential danger to anybody. We can PAT test your equipment to make sure your electrical equipment meet with current safety regulations. It is advised that you book in your equipment for testing, and we can usually have all the testing done within 24hrs. At present we do not do site visits so all testing is done in house. We can supply a PAT Test Cetificate with all the relevant information printed and we will send out a reminder to let you know when the current certificate expires, so you can re-book you equipment for further testing. Brand new equipment does not require testing until it is 12 months old, but if a venue requires a test certificate then usually you will have to have it PAT Tested

              • PAT Testing is generally carried out every 12 Months (with a few exceptions on some equipment)
              • We can PAT Test 1 item or a complete roadshow
              • We charge £3.29 per item with further quantity discounts
              • NO charge for replacing incorrect fuses
              • NO charge for PAT Test Certificate on 10+ items
              • NO charge if an item fails, providing the item is rectified to pass
              • All PASSED items will have a PASS sticker attached
              • Reminder sent before renewal date
              • Our PAT Tester is a Metrel Beta PAT Plus (Pictured)
              • PAT Tester is calibrated every 12 months
              • We use Simply PATS Software to store results and produce certificates


              Most venues now require that DJs, Bands and Entertainers have PAT test certificates or they will not be allowed to perform, also some insurance companies may require a PAT Test Certificate.

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