The Electricity at Work Regulations place a legal responsibility on employers, employees and self-employed persons to comply with the provisions of the regulations and take reasonably practicable steps to ensure that no danger results from the use of such equipment. Read more.
All electrical systems, equipment and components are subject to deterioration once commissioned. This deterioration may be in many forms, for example, loose or corroded connections and joints, insulation resistance breakdown or worn and pitted parts. Read more.
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Why Choose Us?
We are a family run company based in Norwich, Norfolk (UK) that prides itself on giving full value for money. Most of our engineers and all senior management have a military background covering the British Army, Navy & Air force. We pride ourselves on our military ethics and training. We mention this as we know that sound advanced planning is essential before undertaking any commission. Every job, no matter how big or small is important to us and we are well aware that attention to detail is essential to any successful campaign. We provide electrical testing services throughout the UK and being based in Norfolk we have a high density of contractors located in: Kings Lynn, Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich, Norwich and throughout East Anglia.
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Portable Appliance Testing?
Portable appliance testing (PAT Testing) is an important part of any health & safety policy. The Health & Safety Executive states that 25% of all re-portable electrical accidents involve portable appliances. The level of inspection and testing required is dependant upon the risk of the appliance becoming faulty, which is in turn dependant upon the type of appliance, the nature of its use and the environment in which it is used. Learn more about portable appliance testing.
Fixed Wire Testing?
Periodic Testing and Inspection of electrical installations is necessary for the prevention of damage from wear and tear, corrosion, excessive electrical loading, environmental influences and ageing. The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 places a legal responsibility on the owner of an electrical installation to prevent electrical accidents. These regulations call for all electrical systems and apparatus to be maintained in a safe condition so that users have protection from electrical shock or fire hazards. Learn more about fixed wire testing.
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All electrical systems, equipment and components are subject to deterioration once commissioned. This deterioration may be in many forms, for example, loose or corroded connections and joints, insulation resistance breakdown or worn and pitted parts. These poor electrical connections result in a high resistance across the connection with a subsequent rise in temperature. If uncorrected this rise in temperature will continue to increase, overheating will occur, leading to system, equipment and component failure. In the most extreme circumstances, system or equipment failure can result in fire and possible explosion.
Additionally, excessive loading of electrical systems and equipment or phase imbalance of electrical systems may also lead to failure. The deterioration and loading of electrical equipment is not always apparent or detected by conventional checks, such as routine monitoring and maintenance or periodic test and inspection. However, when energised and under load, these faults can become clearly visible with the aid of thermal imaging techniques. In many cases this allows for instant fault diagnosis which in serious cases can be brought to the client’s attention immediately, allowing the necessary remedial action to take place at an early stage. Learn more about thermal surveys.
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