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The integrity of electrical appliance assets is determined by subjecting each asset to testing as required by the standard. Using the latest equipment (Portable Appliance Tester), ETS carries out the following testing procedures, including:
All electrical assets are tested and tagged with an identifiable bar code for continual identification purposes.
All data collected, including location and test results is integrated into our centrally administered database and ETS can present all data in both electronic and print format.
Ownership of all data collected (legal responsibility) will be that of our clients
The ETS Asset register and Test Certificates will include the following information:
Where State Risk Assessments and regulations are not in place, Table 4 of AS/NZ3760:2010 should be used as a guideline.
If the ProTag TPL - 3 Phase Tester is not being used to test 3-Phase electrical equipment, your equipment may not be getting tested correctly.