Prices

240 Volt (230 Volt)

Minimum call out charge of £40 and this cover the first 25 items. Each additional item will be charged at £0.75 each

Unless your working environment is a factory, or a construction site, the chances are all your items will be the standard voltage, commonly known as 240 volt, (voltage is actually 230v) For example, office or school.

Please note:
items that have a detachable power cord would count as two items due to the code of practice requiring the cable to be tested separately.

The test procedures include: 
Visual inspection
An earth continuity test on class 1 equipment
Insulation resistance testing, if applicable, or protective conductor current/touch current test or subtitle/alternative leakage test.
Polarity test (ext cables)
Functional/load test

110 volt

Minimum call out charge of £50 and this coverS the first 25 items. Each additional item will be charged at £0.90 each

Typically, 110 volt items are found on constructions sites, for example, the large yellow plugs are used for 110 volt power tools, transformers, and extension cables used onsite. The large round plugs are mainly seen on construction sites or in an industrial factory. However, the large round plug sockets are not all the same, they are keyed and colour-coded in accordance to the voltage range and frequency used; common colours for 50–60 Hz AC power are YELLOW for 100–130 volts. BLUE for 200–250 volts, and RED for 380–480 volts.

test procedures include: 
Visual inspection
An earth continuity test
Polarity test (ext cables)
Insulation resistance testing, if applicable, or protective conductor current/touch current test or subtitle/alternative leakage test.
Functional/load test

400 volt

Minimum call out charge of £70 and this covers the first 25 items. Each additional 400v item will be charged at £0.90

Some industrial machines use a three phase 400v electricity supply. The large round plugs on industrial machines are usually RED (50–60 Hz AC power)
Please note: it's essential we isolate the power supply from any item that is going to be tested, therefore it might be a good idea to plan your production and business around the planned testing times

test procedures include: 
Visual inspection
An earth continuity test
Polarity test (ext cables)
Insulation resistance testing, if applicable, or protective conductor current/touch current test or subtitle/alternative leakage test.
Functional/load test