ABOUT US

At Pulse Test and Tag, our philosophy is simple,provide the highest level of professional electrical testing and tagging to our clients to ensure the safety of you, your family and your workplace.

Why Pulse?

Pulse test and Tag are your local, reliable electrical test and tag technicians. Pulse was born from a desire to keep the workplace safe and compliant. Through our extensive experience and highly trained team, Pulse strives to go above and beyond for our customers, providing exceptional service at an affordable cost.

When you call Pulse, you can be reassured you are dealing with a professional team who has your businesses safety at interest. Using our state of the art equipment and reporting system you can be confident that your electrical compliance has been completed by a highly skilled and qualified technician.

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How it Works

In a workplace environment all electrical leads, computers, machinery, drills, saws, fridges, kettles and microwaves have to be tested to the Australian Standards (AS/NZ 3760:2010). The testing and tagging of electrical items is not just a once off process. Equipment will suffer from wear and tear and accidental occurrences. For these reasons, there are regulations in place that require a set frequency of testing. Depending on the type of environment you are working in, testing is carried out every 3, 6, 12 or 24 months.

 

STEP 1

INSPECTION

Testing is conducted by a qualified technician who will first undertake a visual inspection of plugs, sockets, the appliance and any damage or wear. This includes the plugin, damage to the cord insulation, flexibility for the cord and anchors.
STEP 1

STEP 2

TESTING

The technician will then use a portable appliance tester (P.A.T) to comprehensively test electrical appliances for dangers, earth continuity, voltage leakage, polarity & insulation. Many of these cannot be seen by the naked eye
STEP 2

STEP 3

TEST RESULT

The portable appliance tester (P.A.T) will then provide Pulse Test & Tag with a pass or fail result, together with the relevant detailed results of each test.
STEP 3

STEP 4

TAGGING

Once the device is passed it will be labelled with a Pulse Test and Tag sticker put on it which will indicate the date, time and operator that tested it. As well as the date for the next test.

Our tags are self-laminating, heavy duty and durable ensuring they will stay fixed to the cord.

All tags have the following information:

  • The Pulse logo and phone number
  • The technicians name and phone number
  • An identification number for each particular item
  • The test date
  • The retest date
  • Reference to the Australian Standard – AS/NZS 3760
STEP 4

STEP 5

DETAILED REPORT

Pulse Test and Tag will provide you with a report detailing the status of your electrical equipment. This report can also be utilised by an Asset Management Register.

STEP 5

Got Questions?

We at Pulse Test and Tag understand that sometimes the issue might be hard to detail or explain, so feel free to give us a call on 1800 4 A TEST ( 1800 4 2 8378) and one of our experienced team will be more than willing to assist you with any enquiry, or check out our FAQ page to answer some of the more common questions we get asked at Pulse.

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