PLEASE NOTE: Kent PAT Testing & Electrical Supplies Ltd (Us) is in no way connected to Kent PAT Testing LTD

More Than Just PAT Testing

Kent PAT Testing carry out electrical safety testing in Domestic & Commercial environments, we believe that PAT Testing (Portable Appliance Testing) should be made easy, that's why we aim to provide PAT Testing when it is suitable for you not us, we offer a professional and reliable service at great prices to companies, trades, landlords, hotels and many other types of organisations.

All our staff are City & Guilds 2377-12 Qualified.

Your Building, Employers and Public Liability Insurance may be invalid as many insurance companies now have the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 as part of their policy wording, to which PAT Testing is part of, if found in breach of Health & Safety due to negligence your insurance may only cover court costs and will not cover HSE fines.

The Electricity at Work Regulations also place a legal responsibility on employers and self employed persons to take reasonable practical steps to ensure no danger results from the use of any electrical appliances.

During PAT Testing, All items with a plug are tested using top of the range, calibrated test equipment.

All items are labelled with an electrical safety pass sticker showing date of test, asset number.

A full test report, appliance register and compliance certification will be emailed in PDF format to you upon receipt of full payment, unless you require documents on a CD Rom, in the event of lost documents we keep files & documents for a period of 10 years.

Safety Appliance Inspection Passed Stickers
"Your Building, Employers and Public Liability Insurance may be invalid as many insurance companies now have the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 as part of their policy wording, to which PAT Testing is part of.."

Our Promise

  • Open Every Plug Top
  • Check Every Fuse
  • Tighten Every Screw Terminal
  • Tighten Every Clamp
  • Check Every Cord
  • Test Continunity Of The Protective Earth
  • Test Insulation & Leakage
  • Record All Results Including Test Result Values Digitally
  • Email Results Within 12 Hours of Full Payment Being Received

All our work is carried out for the following Health & Safety Acts

  • The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
  • The Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999
  • The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
  • The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 Workplace Regulations 1992

Due to the nature of works undertaken by Kent PAT Testing, we hold Public Liability to the value of £5 Million

Why not give us a call today on 01634 564130 or 07792 566125 for your free no obilgation quote.


We are proud to announce that we are expanding our web presence, and have purchased 4 new domain names &

Kent PAT Testing have helped set up a Facebook Group for PAT Testers, currently over 170 people have joined up and down the country, our aim is to help promote a better standard of PAT Testing

Recommendations within the world of PAT Testing were changed in November 2012 on the guidence from Professor Ragnar E Löfstedt and his report on Health & Safety, because of this report the IET have published the new 4th Edition of The Code of Practice (COP) for in-service inspection and testing of electrical equipment book, this book is only a recommendation and is a guide that pat testing companies are using to carry out PAT Testing, the main point to the changes within the COP were to address over compliance of PAT Testing and to reinforce the need for a risk based approach, these changes will not effect any Governing Bodies/Trade/Professional Associations that you are part of as they will have their own recommendations.

There are many common myths about PAT Testing - find out the key facts about the inspection and testing of portable electrical equipment here. Please note that this guide is provided by The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) and does not tell you that, your Building, Employers and Public Liability Insurance may be invalid if you do not carry out PAT Testing.

Over the period of 2000 and 2011 (excluding 2010 for which no breakdown is available), each year faulty appliances and leads were identified as the cause of between 25% and 32% of accidental fires in non dwelling type buildings.

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