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Are you paying your PAT tester to test your wall sockets?

Are you paying your PAT tester to test your wall sockets?

Whilst carrying out PAT testing on your portable electrical appliances, we safely shut down and unplug the appliance from the wall socket. This allows us to visually inspect the wall socket for signs of damage: cracked casing missing retainer screws loose fitting heat...

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What happens if an item fails?

What happens if an item fails?

Most failures are easily dealt with and our engineers will advise you of the best course of action on the day of the inspection OR in the final report issued to you on completion of the job. Common reasons for failure include: Damage plug Damage cable / flex Incorrect...

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Electrical Socket Overload Calculator

Electrical Socket Overload Calculator

Most people have extension leads in their home or office, using a 4 way extension cable is a simple, easy and affordable way to increase the number of appliances that they can plug into a single wall socket. However, although there is space to plug in up to four...

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Do you comply with the WEEE Directive?

Do you comply with the WEEE Directive?

When businesses produce waste, they have a range of responsibilities. These include complying with the requirements of the Duty of Care, and if they’re producing hazardous waste, they may need to register as a producer under the Hazardous Waste Regulations The Waste...

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