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The UK 's PAT Testing (EET) & Electrical Safety Expert

Where your safety and compliance is our priority. ALLinONE Pro PAT offers simple fixed prices and qualified engineers.

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PAT Testing (Portable Appliance Testing) or now referred to as 'In-service inspection and testing or electrical equipment' by the institution of engineering and technology (IET), is the process of periodically testing your electrical appliances. It helps to ensure they are effectively maintained and safe for use within the appropriate environment, according to the manufacturers specification. It is a statutory requirement and many insurance companies require the insured to comply with all current regulations.

We provide itemised PAT testing with site details, item description, item location and unique ID number.

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The process — In-service inspection and testing consists of three activities

User checks

Formal visual inspection (without testing) and record keeping

Combined inspection and testing and record keeping.

Why it's importantessentialrequired

It is necessary to maintain electrical equipment for two main reasons

Firsty, faulty equipment can lead to the risk of an electric shock, which can kill or seriously injure. Faults can also lead to overheating and fire; electrical equipment is identified as one of the main causes of fire in the UK each year. Secondly, there is a practical requirement to make sure that workplace equipment is functioning as intended. While this code is concerned with electrical safety, the duty holder is still required to ensure that equipment does not have other faults that could impact upon its safety. Examples might include a woodworking machine with worn bearings and/or guards missing, or an air compressor with faulty seals, neither of which may be detected during an electrical safety test.

Objective of PAT testing

The objective is to give guidance on in-service inspection and testing to determine whether equipment is fit for continued service or whether maintenance, repair or replacement is necessary. Inspection and testing, subsequent maintenance, if needed and adequate record keeping performed in accordance with guidance given in IET 5th addition code of practise, are likely to enable dutyholders to demonstrate compliance with relevant parts of EAWR (electricity at Work Regulations)

The legislation

The law requires equipment to be properly maintained if a lack of (or poor) maintenance would result in danger. As part of maintenance activity, inspections are necessary and testing may also be required. Every employer shall make a suitable and sufficient assessment of: (a) the risks to health and safety of his employees to which they are exposed while they are at work, and (b) the risks to the health and safety or persons not in his employment arising out of or in connection with the conduct by him of his undertaking As may be necessary to prevent danger, all systems shall be maintained so as to prevent so far as reasonably practicable, such danger.

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Fixed prices

Itemised PAT testing with site details, item description, item location and unique ID number

1-14 items £60 minimum flat fee​

15 - 49 items £1.20 per item & £35.00 attendance fee

50 – 99 items £1.15 per item & £29.00 attendance fee

100 – 150 items £1.10 per item & £25.00 attendance fee

151 - 299 items £1.05 per item & £20.00 attendance fee

300 - 499 items £1.00 per item & £17.00 attendance fee

500 - 999 items £0.90 per item & £15.00 attendance fee​

1000 - 2000 items £0.85 per item & £15.00 attendance fee

2001 - 3000 Items £0.80 per item & £15.00 attendance fee

3001 - 3999 items £0.70 per item & £15.00 attendance fee

4000 + items £0.70 per item & £0.00 attendance fee

Required for Pat Testing
£4.40 for every microwave test
  • Cost for minor appliance rewire – £3.50
  • Cost for appliance plug replacement £4.50
  • All Quotations are exclusive of VAT

* The invoiced number of appliances will be the number of appliances actually tested or inspected by the engineers. The actual number tested/inspected may be more or less than the quoted number either way the invoice will reflect this. If the actual number falls into a different price bracket as stated on our website the price per appliance and attendance fee charges for that price bracket will automatically be applied to the invoice.

** While performing testing our engineers will perform minor remedials to failed equipment if possible to ensure any disruptions to the business are minimised. Any minor appliance rewires and replacement of damaged plugs will be rectified and applied to the invoice. Any more extensive repairable issues will be reported to the responsible persons of the business and repair price agreed before a repair takes place. If an appliance is unrepairable on site it will be taken out of service. 

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Microwave Leakage Test

Microwave leakage testing is an important safety measure to ensure the well-being of users. It is not only a requirement in the workplace but also a prudent practice at home. The IET Code of Practice states that microwave leakage should be checked at appropriate intervals. Although the requirement for leakage testing has been removed from the IET Code of Practice, it is still advisable to treat microwave testing with the same diligence as other workplace equipment. A single certificate with the number of items tested will be issued plus an itemised report of each appliance with corresponding identification number and location. ​

The process — To check for microwave oven radiation leakage, you can use a microwave leakage meter. Here's how you can perform the test:

Step One

Place a glass of water in the microwave.

Step Two

Set a 1-minute timer.

Step Three

Holding the detector at the distance recommended by the user manual, move the detector around the microwave oven, focusing on potential leakage areas such as around the door, near air vents, and around seals.

Our services

Equipment covered
by PAT testing

All of our tests will be carried out in its location by qualified engineers. All engineers are CRB checked for your peace of mind.

All items will be tested in accordance with the British standards and a label with a unique identification number will be placed on each appliance.

Mobile equipment, such as desk lights and toasters

Stationary equipment, such as workshop equipment, IT racks and server bays

Fixed equipment, such as lighting, hand dryers and boilers

Hand held equipment, such as hairdryers and power tools

Built in appliances or equipment, such as dishwashers and refrigerators

IT equipment, such as laptop power supplies, monitors and printers

Extension leads, RCD extension leads, RCD adapters

Electric vehicle charging equipment (not coming under another maintenance regime) 

Electric heating systems, such as storage heaters and immersion heaters

Electrical installations in office furniture and similar. 

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Small things make a big difference

The labels are small and discreet as well as having a unique identification Barcode. A single certificate with the number of items tested will be issued plus an itemised report of each appliance with corresponding identification number and location. ​

An inventory containing each appliance type, name, location and description

A full set of test results for each appliance tested

Full list of any failed items with an explanation of their failure

A visible pass or fail label on each appliance detailing the inspection date, next test due and the inspector’s signature.

If you should require a further assistance, our friendly engineers will be happy to talk you through your report with you and advise you of any further action required. A single certificate with the number of items tested will be issued plus an itemised report of each appliance with corresponding identification number and location. ​

Our promise

A deep commitment to our clients

As a leading PAT testing company within the UK, we look to build a relationship with our clients beyond the conventional customer and service provider dynamic.

Our engineers use the latest 'PAT testers' for greater accuracy and performance.Our equipment is able to perform continuity testing, insulation resistance, polarity, earth bond, load testing and RCD performance test as well as many more for specific applications. All equipment is maintained, serviced and calibrated annually. All test instruments comply with BS EN 61010-1 safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use.

Our suggestion

Frequency of testing

Frequency of testing will vary from business to business. Your business may be required to perform testing at specific intervals but outside influences or other interested parties such as landlord or insurance companies but we would recommend an annual inspection of your electrical appliance to show a competent effort to stay compliant with EAWR but frequency can be more often depending on the environment, users and equipment type.

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