General Office Areas

We regular perform PAT Testing in large office areas and are adept at getting the job done with minimum disruption to the working day. We can if requested arrive early/late on site to ensure that Portable Appliance Testing takes place at a time convenient to you.

All the equipment will be neatly labelled and returned to its original state upon completion of the PAT Testing.


We work with several well-known industrial businesses across South Wales and South West England, from Swansea and Carmarthen to Cardiff and Bristol. Where we perform portable Appliance testing on 110V and 240V equipment.

Some of the areas we operate in are hazardous and we have full PPE and the knowledge to it and are fully insured to work in these areas.

We are fully knowledgeable of all RIDDOR guidelines.

Our tagging system means that all items will be tagged with a durable waterproof label and barcode which last the distance. Our oldest customs have items tagged by us which are still readable after over 12 years’ service.

Medical facilities

We perform Portable Appliance testing in sensitive medical area such as Laboratories, Hospitals, GP Surgeries and adult care programmes. We work with the client to ensure that minimal disruption will take place and have received testimonials as to the professionalism of our work.

Education establishments

We perform Portable Appliance testing in schools, nurseries and welfare groups. We are cleared to do so and handle all situations with the utmost sensitivity.

Sensitive Record keeping areas

Portable Appliance testing needs to be performed on Server Units, and at the request of the client we can either perform a full or visual check on them.

What to Test?

Sorry, but everything powered by mains electricity (230 or 110V).

It is a legal requirement for all employers. You must demonstrate that you are taking steps to ensure the safety of your electrical equipment. Refer to the Legislation section for more information

How Often?

Well that depends on the type of equipment, and the abuse to which it is subjected. Guidelines are given in the “Code of Practice for In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment” published by the Institution ᅠof Electrical Engineers.

These are only guidelines, and must be interpreted with due regard to your own business.