PAT Tester Calibration

PAT Tester CalibrationWe offer a PAT Tester Calibration service for all makes and models of PAT Testers including Megger, Fluke, Seaward, Kyoritsu and Metrohm. We have also been approved as a Seaward Calibration Partner.

As the only authorised Seaward agent in Ireland for calibrating PAT Testers, we can also reset the calibration date and change calibration settings, where required.

Our qualified technicians will ensure that your PAT Tester is performing as it should be and conform to all relevant manufacturer standards.

Calibration Certificate

We will issue you with a detailed calibration certificate outlining the calibration results of your equipment. All our lab certificates are traceable to national and international standards. With a delivery service available across Ireland and a typical 5 day turn around, we offer you a fast, reliable and competitive service for all your electrical test equipment calibration needs.

Click here to get a Quote on calibrating your PAT Tester or call us on 057 866 2162.

We can carry out Calibration on the following types of PAT Testers:

 

PAT Tester Instruments:

Seaward PAT Testers

Megger PAT Testers

Fluke PAT Testers

Di-log PAT Testers

Martindale PAT Testers

Metrel PAT Testers

Kyoritsu PAT Testers

If your device is not listed here simply contact us and we will do our utmost to accommodate your request

As the authorised agents in Ireland for the main PAT Tester manufacturers such as Seaward, Megger and Fluke, we also supply a wide range of portable appliance testers and accessories. In addition to this, we run regular 1 Day PAT Training courses in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Portlaoise. Visit our dedicated website www.pat-testers.ie for more details.

 

PAT TESTERS

We test all functions of PAT Testers including Flash output up to 3kV. We also check earth bond leads to ensure they are not giving incorrect earth bond readings.

We are also the only approved calibration lab in Ireland for the Seaward range of PAT Testers. This enables us to reset the calibration alarm and adjust calibration offsets where required.