All businesses are legally required to ensure that all electrical appliances do not cause any danger to staff or visitors.
A periodic PAT test is a way of ensuring that you are meeting your legal requirements under the following acts and regulations –
Our testing is carried out by qualified engineers who have been DBS checked.
We only use the latest calibrated testers.
Appointments available at a time and date to suit you.
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The above rates include the first 50 miles travel to site. Additional mileage will be charged at the rate of £0.62 per mile from our Great Dunmow or Harlow offices (whichever is the shortest) based on the distance quoted for a car journey planner.
Damaged or Faulty Plugs will be replaced at the rate of £5 each. Fuses at a rate of £1 each.
If you prefer to drop small items into our Dunmow office we will test them for £10 per item. For drop offs there is no minimum charge. Please call in advance to make an appointment before dropping items off.
All prices exclude VAT at the applicable rates.
For further information or to book an appointment please email CMS Testing Services on email@example.com, telephone us on 01371 606050 or text QYLGR PATTEST to 60777.
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All of our testing is carried out to the IET Code of Practice (4th Edition)
We can also test Three Phase Systems, Spur connections, Extension Leads, RCD and Surge Protected Devices. Please call for prices.
If you need other services please call us and we will be more than happy to assist you.
All electrical items that are designed to be connected to mains power or a generator power supply that are not part of the fixed building wiring comes within the remit of PAT testing. This includes items that are not usually considered to be ‘Portable’ such as hand dryers, heated towel rails or built in dish washers, boilers and cookers. The testing frequency of these fixed items can often be longer than more portable items such as a vacuum cleaner or a hand held drill.
Battery powered items such as cordless drills only require a visual check but the battery charger used with them will require a full PAT test. All IT equipment should be tested along with any power cords that are used to power them. These power cords are treated as separate items as different standards apply to them. Electric cable extension leads must also be tested and these are often the most commonly failed items.
The testing frequency of each item is down to a risk assessment by the duty holder but there are recommended test frequencies based on the type of equipment and the environment where it is operated. For more details please contact us.
Cambridge Microprocessor Systems Limited are pioneering designers and manufacturers of bespoke communications systems, electronic controllers, data loggers, networking and network peripherals, signal conditioning systems, and embedded controllers for use in aircraft testing, stock control, oil and petrochemical exploration, marine science, laser control, environmental control, and training and education. They also provide PAT Testing services to ensure their customers premises and equipment comply with legal requirements.
Based in Great Dunmow, Cambridge Microprocessor Systems are ideally located to provide PAT Testing Services and bespoke communications equipment to clients throughout Essex, including Chelmsford, Dunmow, Harlow, Braintree and Bishops Stortford.