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Electrical Testing & Tagging

Supplier: Perth TT

Perth TT's technicians carry out a thorough visual inspection of all items to be tested and tagged to check for any defects that may render them dangerous and unsafe to use.

Price Guide: POA


Once the technicians have identified which test should be applied to a piece of equipment, it is plugged into our state of the art pat tester and the correct test is then run. Item details and the results. i.e. whether pass or fail, are electronically recorded to the pat testers‘ internal memory.

The tag is then dispensed from our automatic printer containing all relevant information.

Please note that all tags are automatically generated from our pat testers and are not hand written, eliminating any chance of human error and incorrect data being applied to your test tag.


A tag is then applied to any equipment that passes the testing procedures, clearly identifying that the items are safe to use. It also clearly indicates the next test date.

The items that fail the testing process are tagged with a DANGER TAG and also a luminous orange OUT OF SERVICE TAG with information on why the item failed. It is then reported to relevant personnel and then
placed into a designated quarantine area.

Downloading and Reporting

All data is then downloaded to our secure central computer database where customer reports are generated and either sent electronically via email/hard copy or put onto our online report centre. Customers are provided with a secure login to view or print their reports at any time. These reports contain comprehensive asset data including (Asset Id, Item Description, Date Tested, Retest Period, Next Test, and Result of Test)

This is a concise report and is suitable for most business - however should a more detailed report be required, this can also be provided. Our sophisticated software will then remind us when any items are due for retest and we will contact you to make a convenient appointment to carry the retesting out.