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07 October 2021

SEAWARD TESTERS are being specified by a commercial training company to deliver improved levels of PAT (portable appliance testing) training to organisations across the UK.

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06 October 2021

IDEAL INDUSTRIES says its quality range of test and measurement equipment combines reliable safety and consistency with affordability.

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17 June 2021

AEI CABLES has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract to supply low voltage power and fire performance cables to the prestigious Sky City project at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA).

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15 June 2021

INVESTMENT IN advanced Seaward PAT (portable appliance testing) kits is helping London Underground comply with important electrical safety requirements.

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03 February 2021

EVERY YEAR there are around two recorded explosions at opencast mining operations caused by lightning strikes during blasting activities.

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08 December 2020

PANDUIT’S VERISAFE Absence of Voltage Tester (AVT) minimises risk of electrical hazards by verifying the absence of voltage before electrical equipment is accessed.

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10 August 2020

SICK has launched the SICK IME2S inductive proximity safety switch for safe and easy non-contact position and safe area monitoring to help prevent accidents and unwanted collisions in production and logistics environments up to PL d (EN ISO 13849) safety requirements.

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24 March 2020

Martindale’s latest catalogue includes many new products and useful guides to finding the best tools and accessories for electrical safety, fault finding and certifying installations.

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13 February 2020

Panduit’s VeriSafe Absence of Voltage Tester (AVT) minimises risk of electrical hazards by verifying the absence of voltage before electrical equipment is accessed.

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04 February 2020

THE RECENT drive for electrification has led to a dramatic increase in the use of Sulphur Hexafluoride (SF6). A dielectric gas, SF6 is used to prevent short circuits and catastrophic incidents within the electrical industry.

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10 January 2020

Available from Martindale Electric, the new LOK6W is a simple and effective locking off device for Henley and Lucy mains supply cut outs.

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15 October 2019

Carlo Gavazzi’s latest compact DIN rail mounting LDD loop detector provides reliable and accurate vehicle detection in a compact housing just 22mm wide and is designed for ease of installation.

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14 October 2019

Earlsmere has completed final roll out of more than 400 direct Pat testing systems to VP Brandon Hire Station.

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14 October 2019

The latest PDS and PDSX Series of proving units from Martindale Electric are smaller, lighter and have new options for calibration checking test equipment.

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28 August 2019

Martindale Electric's HPAT series of portable appliance testers now includes the HPAT400 and updates to the existing range.

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28 May 2019

Martindale Electric has supplied Baxi Heating with testers for checking appliance wiring and earthing, together with locking off devices to ensure circuits can be safely isolated before work starts.

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16 May 2019

Fixed appliance testing is often overlooked by business owners, according to Seaward, yet it should be an essential part of a company's regular electrical testing routine.

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30 October 2018

AS THOUSANDS of students head off to university we’re reminding young people to be vigilant about the safety of their electrical appliances

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30 October 2018

ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY professionals and those new to PAT testing are being offered workshops by the UK’s leader in PAT testing equipment, Seaward.

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31 October 2018

Martindale Electric, a UK market leader in safe isolation, has announced the arrival of its latest CABLOK series, which provides installers and maintenance teams with a simple and reliable solution for locking off multiple breakers, switches and valves, to prevent the re-energising of circuits and systems during maintenance, as part of a safe isolation procedure.

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FEATURES

11 August 2021

A sudden electrical fault discharge creates a current that leaps across ionized air to find earth – choosing your in-situ electrical operative as the closest route. MSA Safety explores the causes, risks and injury dangers of arc flash incidents, and looks at comfortable, reliable, head, eye, face and hearing solutions for electrical workers.

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03 December 2020

ProGARM details several Arc Flash incidents that were mistakenly branded as an ‘electrical shock’ or ‘cable strike’ over recent years.

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30 November 2018

Electrical safety for a West End Theatre company involves testing in situations where access is tricky. Seaward explains how their engineers work in these restrictive situations.

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31 July 2018

For the thousands of workers in electrical engineering, the risk of an arc flash incident is a daily reality. Until now, employers have had to balance protection against wearer comfort. Gordon Burns describes the latest developments in PPE.

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11 December 2017

Portable appliance use is widespread across all industries, from a small-scale office to a large construction site. There is a clear business need for expertise in how often and how much Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is necessary; to gain the benefit of that equipment while avoiding unnecessary cost.

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09 November 2017

Arc Flash Protection specialist, ProGARM, in conjunction with the British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF), has commissioned a new study into electrical safety across UK industry in a bid to shine a spotlight on the potentially life changing and threatening risks of Arc Flash. Alarmingly, it reveals not only a lack of awareness at every level to current safety standards governing Arc Flash, but an apparent failure from employers to properly educate staff about this high-risk threat.

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14 July 2016

The Control of Electromagnetic Fields at Work Regulations 2016, also known as the EMF Regulations, have been published and came into force on 1 July 2016. Employers now need to be aware of a new requirement to carry out an EMF Risk Assessment, warns North East legislation analysts Cedrec.

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24 August 2016

Amy Lyons of Seaward looks at the measures needed to maintain electrical safety in the workplace.

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10 May 2013

The regulations regarding employers’ responsibility towards electricity in the workplace are notoriously vague. But when the risks of not complying could be fatal it is important that firms are not made liable for any misdemeanours.

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23 January 2013

Jim Wallace of Seaward explains how test technology is
helping to maintain the safety of electrical appliances in
the workplace and offers some pointers on how to select
a PAT tester that is right for the job


The dang

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08 January 2014

Optoelectronic safety device are used as entry, danger point or danger zone guards.

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08 January 2014

AZM range solenoid interlocks, operating in combination with control elements of a machine

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08 January 2014

Safety switches with separate actuators are suitable for sliding, hinged and particularly removable safety guards,

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08 January 2014

Devices for ExZones

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08 January 2014

Actuated by physical contact, tactile safety monitoring devices stop the hazardous movement. The diversity of applications requires constructively different devices.

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15 June 2018

The BZ101 provides a fast and simple solution for checking that 13A sockets are wired correctly.

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08 January 2014

Position switches with safety function are suitable for sliding and hinged safety guards which need to be closed to ensure the necessary operational security.

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08 January 2014

Guard door monitors and Safety control modules for Emergency Stop applications.

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09 March 2020

MARTINDALE'S NEW HPAT400 takes the hard work out of electrical safety testing of portable appliances. In fact, with one button testing and simple PASS/FAIL results, it couldn’t be easier to quickly and safely check the electrical safety of all types of appliance.

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08 January 2014

The magnetic safety sensors serve to monitor the position of sliding, hinged and removable safety guards.

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08 January 2014

Command and signalling devices are highly important devices at the man-machine interface in industrial applications.

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08 January 2014

Everything on one handle. Less is more - that is the principle according to which Schmersal has designed the safety door handle series

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