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Construction site equipment PAT Testing of 110v appliances for building contractors.
Construction site equipment PAT Testing of 110v appliances for building contractors.


Transformer insulation resistance 110v portable appliance testing for building contractors.


30 amp Transformer continuity PAT Testing on 110v construction equipment.


Extension Reel insulation resistance 110v portable appliance testing for building contractors.


Hammer drill insulation resistance PAT Testing on 110v construction equipment.


Router insulation resistance 110v portable appliance testing for building contractors.


Damaged outer sheathing meant this 110v extension reel failed on formal visual inspection.


Exposed live conductor insulation meant this 110v router failed on formal visual inspection.


Careless storage of the cable meant formal visual inspection failure for this 110v mitre saw as the blade teeth caused damage to the cable outer sheathing.


UPS PAT Testing – the Green 4th Edition compliant label indicates a pass and is safe for continued use.


Server / IT Equipment PAT Testing – the Green 4th Edition compliant label indicates a pass and is safe for continued use.


Router / IT Equipment PAT Testing – the Green 4th Edition compliant label indicates a pass and is safe for continued use.


IEC Lead / IT Equipment PAT Testing – this IEC lead failed on continuity – a common failure with IEC Leads.


Desktop Fan PAT Testing – this failed upon visual inspection as the case was cracked, exposing live internal parts.


Extension Lead PAT Testing – this failed upon visual inspection due to internal rattling meaning integrity could be compromised.


Printer / IT Equipment PAT Testing – this printer failed due to a loose IEC socket causing it to switch on and off repeatedly.


Apart from health and safety issues, unprotected appliance cables are prone to damage from foot traffic, potentially resulting in PAT Testing failure.


Fridge PAT Testing – this office fridge failed on continuity. Under fault conditions, an earth leakage to the chassis or body could have caused injury from electric shock, or worse.


As well as being dangerous, cabling like this can also increase the time it takes to carry out PAT Testing.

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