Electricity is good and helpful but when it becomes faulty, could result to death in the case of an outbreak. This is why in the city of Bury, they have become a practice to carry out a professional check on electrical appliance from time to time. This led to the introduction of PAT in accordance to legal requirement. This article will teach you all you need to know about PAT Testing in Bury.
PAT is an acronym for Portable Appliance Testing PAT is defined as a process in which electrical appliances and equipment are examined ensuring they are safe for use. This is a combination of series of test and visual inspection. PAT testing is carried out in Bury and throughout Greater Manchester.
What are electrical appliances?
An electrical appliance is any device that makes use of electricity for it to be functional. Virtually all offices, college, homes etc. make use of at least one electrical appliance. There is need for the routine check to be carried out for our own safety. Some of the appliances include
Our PAT testing provides you quality electrical testing, inspection and valid certification for local businesses. We offer you standard testing which involves visualizing cable retention, fuse size, and generalized conditions. In addition to that, we also carryout various electrical test such as
For every item tested, it is labeled and marked as passed or failed. The reasons for this markings is to be able to differentiate those electrical appliances that is in good condition and safe for continuing usage as well as those which is not safe for use. At the end of every successful PAT testing, our engineers offers you a full documentation for your records. All our testing engineers have fulfilled the City and Guilds requirements, hence, qualified.
The most interesting part is that we offer you quality service in exchange for a cheap PAT testing. Isn’t that amazing? You have little or nothing at all to worry about when it comes to finance. Our prices are the best you can get in Bury and all throughout Suffolk.
Our PAT services are in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 respectively and it states thus:
When it comes to PAT testing in Bury and throughout Greater Manchester you can count on our reliability and affordability (Get a Quote Today). Our top most priority is your safety, to this effect, we put you first.