PAT Testing in Kent

Ensuring your electrical
equipment is safe

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Testing your Portable Appliances in Kent

PAT testing, also known as portable appliance testing, is fundamental to maintaining the safety of your workplace. Our skilled team uses state-of-the-art equipment to assess all of your electrical appliances, tools, and machinery.

With PAT Testing in Kent, you can work with peace of mind that all your equipment is safe and compliant with industry regulations. Protect your employees and customers while also minimising the risk of expensive equipment faults. 

PAT Testing in Kent prices

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Why use IT Manager for PAT Testing in Kent?

Minor repairs and retesting are done free of charge. We have a free test reminder service, that will let you know when your test are next due. All appliances are fully labeled with their status; “Pass” or “Fail”. And to ensure your safety and the safety of your staff, all IT Manager staff are enhanced DBS checked. You can have peace of mind knowing that your PAT testing is in good hands with IT Manager.

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No Call out Fee

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Free Replacement Fuses & Plugs

(if required)

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110v & 230/240v

Appliances Tested

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Digital Test Results

Within 12 hours of payment

Don't wait any longer to ensure the safety of your workplace

Contact us today to schedule your PAT testing in Kent service and take the first step towards a safer, more efficient business

PAT Testing Kent FAQS

PAT Testing stands for Portable Appliance Testing.

It refers to the examination of electrical appliances and equipment to ensure they are safe to use. This process is a vital part of workplace health and safety regulations.

The acronym “PAT” in PAT Testing stands for Portable Appliance Testing.

It involves inspecting electrical appliances to ascertain their safety and compliance with regulatory standards.

PAT Testing involves a series of visual inspections and electrical tests on appliances to check for safety.

The process includes inspecting the plug, fuse, and cable for physical damage, as well as checking the appliance itself for wear and tear or damage. Electrical tests might include earth continuity, lead polarity, and insulation resistance tests.


While PAT Testing itself is not explicitly legally required, various UK regulations, such as the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, require that electrical equipment be maintained in a safe condition.


PAT Testing is a widely recognised method for fulfilling these obligations, especially in workplaces where the safety of employees and the public is paramount.

Items that typically require PAT testing include both large and small electrical appliances.

like computers, printers, kettles, microwaves, photocopiers, industrial machinery, and even larger stationary appliances like refrigerators and dishwashers, if they use a plug for power.

For office IT equipment like computers, annual PAT Testing is sufficient.

Yes, PAT testing can be scheduled to minimise disruption.

However, equipment must be unplugged and powered down for the duration of the test. We aim to work flexibly to accommodate your business’ operational needs. 

If an item fails the PAT Test, it will be labeled as ‘Failed’,

#we’ll provide advice on the necessary corrective actions. Depending on the issue, this may involve repair, replacement, or disposal of the equipment. 

We serve clients across all parts of Kent.

Covering: Canterbury, Ashford, Folkestone, Dover, and Medway. If you have an IT issue that needs resolving, then you can get in touch here. 

A PAT Testing Certificate is a document provided after the testing process, confirming that the electrical appliances have been tested according to the relevant standards and procedures.

This certificate typically includes details of each appliance tested, the tests carried out, and the results of these tests. It serves as a record that the appliances have been assessed for electrical safety.