Pat Testers

  1. Kewtech SMARTPAT PAT Tester

    The Kewtech SMARTPAT PAT Tester is Kewtech’s newest and most sophisticated PAT tester to date (September 2019). It presents a viable, affordable alternative to other professional PAT testers, making it ideal for those performing large volumes of extensive tests on a variety of appliances. Continue reading →
  2. How PAT Testing Can Help Spot the Counterfeit Electrical Goods

    According to the latest statistics 1 in 3 UK residents have mistakenly purchased a counterfeit product online and 1 in 7 have suffered damage or loss as a result of fake electrical goods. Continue reading →
  3. Why Care homes are opting to do their own PAT Testing

    PAT Testing in a care environment is essential to keep both employees and residents safe from faulty or damaged electrical equipment that has the potential to cause shocks or fire. Continue reading →
  4. Are you selling electrically safe products to your customers?

    PAT Testing for Charities Electrical goods which are donated to charity shops must be checked for safety before they can be sold to shop customers. Sellers of electricals are responsible for ensuring the appliance still meets the legal safety requirements and is safe to use. Not to mention the safety of those appliances which are used by the volunteers who work in the charity shop. Continue reading →
  5. Seaward FREE PAT Testing Workshop at PASS Electrical Training Centre

    We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting another of Seawards fantastic PAT Testing Workshops at our Electrical Training Centre in Stockton on Tees. Following the huge success of the last Seaward PAT workshop, Seaward have combined two of their most popular topics into one session “Understanding & Implementing PAT” and “PAT Testing FAQ’s”. Continue reading →
  6. Why doing the PAT Testing in-house makes sense?

    PAT Testing in Schools Some people might question the importance of PAT Testing, but children in the school areas don`t pay attention or care to electrical appliances, even though they are used on a regular basis. After the school term starts the number of the damaged appliances can increase dramatically within a relatively short period of time. Continue reading →
  7. Wishing you Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at PASS!

    We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your business, whether you've purchased equipment, had instruments calibrated or attended one of our training courses. We hope to continue working with you heading in to 2018 and beyond.   Key holiday information and cut off times: Continue reading →
  8. PAT Testing Christmas Lights

    Who doesn’t love Christmas lights?   Christmas is approaching, so it’s time to dig out our Christmas decorations and make our workplaces festive. However, it’s important to make sure that the Christmas decorations we are using, particularly Christmas lights, are safe. As an employer you can allow your employees to make the workplace festive, but exactly how safe are your lights? Continue reading →
  9. Celebrate the 35th Anniversary of Seaward!

      If you work as an electrician you have surely heard of the Seaward brand and their products. Seaward is a British company, based in the North East of England. A vast majority of Seaward’s products, used in their assembly, are UK sourced. Continue reading →
  10. You don`t know which PAT tester is best for you?

    You have a certification to carry out PAT testing, but you are not sure which PAT tester you need? You are not alone!   We are here to provide you with the basic guidelines to help you make the right choice. The market offers a huge range of products with different features from very different brands. To try and make things a bit easier for you, we have answered the most important questions that you need to consider when picking your perfect PAT Tester. Continue reading →
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