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Test And tag service

What is electrical testing and tagging?

Electrical testing and tagging is the process by which electrical equipment is inspected and tested for safety according to intervals set out in the AS/NZS3760 Standard. For construction and demolition sites, we work according to the AS/NZS3012:2010.  At 24×7 Test and Tag, we use portable appliance testers to inspect and test your equipment. We only use the latest equipment and we ensure our testers are maintained in order to achieve the most accurate results. We calibrate our tools every year unlike our competitors. More Details

Why is electrical test and tag important?

Every business has an obligation to provide a safe workplace as far as reasonably practicable, and one area of concern is electrical safety. Under the new Fire and Emergency New Zealand Fire Safety Evacuation Procedures and Evacuation Schemes Regulations 2018 it is now mandatory.More Details

What type of appliances need electrical safety testing and electrical test and tagging?

Any electrical equipment that is connected to the electrical supply by a flexible cord and/or connecting device. It may include pieces of equipment that are or have been:

  • Being used for the first time
  • Already being used
  • Has recently been serviced or repaired
  • Returning to service from a second-hand sale
  • Available for hire More Details
When does the equipment need electrical safety testing?

Frequency varies according to the type of environment and/or equipment. Electrical test tags should be applied at the following intervals:

  • Demolition and construction environments (as per AS/NZS 3012): every 3 months
  • Factories, workshops, places of manufacture, assembly, maintenance or fabrication: every 6 months
  • Environment where the equipment or supply flexible cord is subject to flexing in normal use OR is open to abuse OR is in a hostile environment: every 12 months. More Details

Microwave Radiation testing

Why is microwave testing important?

Faulty appliances can distribute radiation leakage that can be very harmful. Radiation can heat body tissue the same way it heats food. Exposure to high levels of dangerous waves can cause skin burns or cataracts. If your appliance is used in a commercial environment, you could be subject to legal consequences. Regular testing is essential for workplace compliance and the safety of your staff.More Details

What causes the appliances to leak?

The most common cause of leakage is faulty or worn out door seals. This can occur from mistreatment, food build-up or the age of the unit. A microwave leakage test can help identify any harmful leakage. Other common hazards in older appliances include electrical shock and fire. This can be caused by exposed and dated wiring or manufacturing issues.  More Details

What’s involved in the test?

An experienced professional will inspect the appliance and ensure it is safe for a kitchen environment based on the AS/NZS 3760 and AS/NZS 60335.2.25. This is a quick and easy process that involves using a radiation leakage detector to identify the level of radiation that your appliance is producing. Our microwave tester devices are top of the line and each of our technicians receives ongoing training for correct usage. Accurate and efficient testing is completed by our staff members who offer mobile services across New Zealand. More Details

RCD Safety Switches Testing

What is a RCD Safety Switch?

Safety Switches or RCD’s (Residual Current Devices)provide a fast power cut- off in problem situations. Electrical hazards are often hidden and can be difficult to identify, such as a small hole in an extension lead or a power board damaged internally. Electrical accidents occur in an instant and RCDs are the only device that can protect you and your family from these hidden dangers and give you a second chance. More Details

Why are RCDs important?

An RCD acts like a life-saving device by preventing dangerous electric currents and fatal electric shocks if there is a leakage current. If your electrical appliance is faulty and your RCD does not trip within the required time, harmful and fatal injuries such as electric shock can occur. Regular RCD safety switch testing can help you avoid dangerous occurrences in your workplace.. More Details

How does an RCD Safety Switch work?

An RCD Safety Switch protects by constantly monitoring the current flowing in the Active and Neutral wires supplying a circuit or an individual item of equipment. Under normal circumstances, the current flowing in the two wires is equal. When an earth leakage occurs due to a fault in the circuit or an accident with the equipment, an imbalance occurs and this is detected by the RCD, which automatically cuts off the power before injury or damage can result. More Details

Portable Aplliance Testing

What is portable appliance testing?

Portable appliance testing is the process by which portable appliances are inspected and tested for safe use. These tests are conducted according to the AS/NZS 3760 or the AS/NZS 3012 for workplaces where electrical installations are in progress, as well as construction and demolition sites. The testing is completed with the use of a portable appliance tester device that helps to assess the safety status of each item. More Details

Why is it important to test portable equipment?

While some safety defects are identifiable by visual examination, others can only be found by thorough electrical testing of equipment. By ensuring your tools, appliances, and equipment are safe, you are eliminating unnecessary risk. Every year, people are injured or killed at work. You can ensure that your workplace is safe by asking a 24×7 Test & Tag technician to test and tag equipment and portable appliances according to the standard frequencies.

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When does the equipment need to be tested?

The testing frequency for portable devices varies according to the nature of the workplace and the type of equipment. The following information is based on the test & tag frequency standards stipulated by the AS/NZS 3012.

Construction and demolition sites:

  • Portable equipment should be tested every 3 months
  • Hire equipment must be tested prior to hire and at least once a month (if hire equipment remains on site then it should be tested to the same standard as all other portable equipment).
  • Portable RCDs should be tested every 3 months. More Details

Scheduled Testing

How often do I Test and Tag?

When understanding the test and tag intervals and how often an electrical appliance should be tested, the main underlying factor is the type of environment that appliance is located in.

Just as important, the AS/NZS 3760 standard should be seen as a minimum test and tag requirement. A lot of workplaces and company owners will have different test and tag frequencies because of their own risk management and OHS planning. More Details

Affordable Item Replacement  Service

On Demand Electrical equipment replacement

On customer demand we will perform on site repair service and repalce faulty electrical equipment in affordable price as far as possible. More Details

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Satisfaction Guarantee

All of our technicians are fully licensed and qualified professionals, certified to perform all electrical testing & tagging Services.

Comprehensive Service

We perform a thorough inspection to check for damage on all appliances and leads. Repairs to damaged plugs and leads are completed on-site. Affordable replacement power boards and leads are also available for purchase if needed. We then perform AS/NZS 3760:2010 Standard testing and tagging and create a thorough digital asset register as we go.  We even provide a reminder service for future re-testing. 

Fast And Efficient

We use the latest battery powered portable appliance testing and tagging equipment with built-in digital test recording and printed tags we are able to provide the most efficient and best service possible.

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