What Does PAT Mean?
PAT refers to “Portable Appliance Testing”. Essentially, PAT labels are portable appliance stickers that prove an item is safe to use.
Without PAT test stickers, businesses would be unable to track the safety of their appliances and would then be liable for any damages caused by faults. Everything from kettles to computers need to be regularly tested with appropriate PAT labels.
Read our detailed blog on the subject to learn how to conduct a PAT test
If you are a professional PAT tester, our PAT test stickers and labels will help you to do your job quickly and efficiently. The PAT testing products in our PAT department are compliant with all relevant legislation, including the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations
1999, the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, and the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998.
Our PAT test labels cover a wide range of purposes, including:
- Periodic inspection
- Earth continuity testing
- Insulation resistance testing
- Earth leakage checks
- Marking unsafe items
We offer a comprehensive range of PAT products, including cable wrap labels, cable flags, cable ties, plug labels, equipment markers, and more.
Some of our PAT test stickers are rub test compliant, meaning that they can be used in medical, engineering and industrial applications as well as in less specialised environments.
If you can't find the PAT test labels that you need, call Label Source now on 0800 3761 693 (UK) or 0044 1443 842769 (international). You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org - we will endeavour to respond to your enquiry as quickly as possible.