PAT Testing Greenwich
PAT Testing Greenwich
What is PAT testing in Greenwich?
PAT testing in Greenwich is done for appliances in buildings and workspaces, such as offices, homes, commercial buildings, buildings sites, schools, hospitals, doctors buildings, schools, restaurants, and the public sectors. Some appliances only require a reduced test, which is also known as an insulation testing in Greenwich.
- Earth continuity
- Insulation resistance
- Fuse inspection ( and replacement if need be)
- Visual inspection of equipment
- Visual inspection of cables/wires ( and replacement if need be )
- IT appliances
- Fixed appliances
- Movable appliances
- Charging equipment
- Kitchen accessories/appliances
- Cleaning appliances
- Portable appliances
- Portable lighting equipment
- Extension leads
- All cables for the above
All appliances will be marked by a FAIL or PASS sticker. A record of all appliances and the results for equipment will also be kept. The owner/tenant of the building and its equipment will be provided with the results for their own record.
Electrical systems and contracting
We support both domestic and commercial projects along with installations, maintenance services, consumer unit changes, site surveys, call outs, PAT testing, Inspection and Testing, advice and help.
Managing the compliance and safety aspect of the electrics and fire systems in your business, commercial buildings and domestic properties is always crucial.
Fire systems & Smoke Alarms
Premises open to the public must ensure they have reliable systems of fire protection or mains detection in place to ensure safety of employees, customers, the public and the building itself.
Fuse Board Replacement
The strain of an older system brings low safety when it comes to the ever-increasing number of electronic devices, appliances, and systems we are now installing in our homes and commercial buildings.
Our team offer a free survey for your site or building to ensure you are not left without essential lighting
Testing and Inspection
- Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) – Due
- 5 years for a commercial installation
- 3 years for industrial premises
- 1 year for properties with a swimming pool