Seaward Electronics, Peterlee THE company produces portable appliance testers and electrical safety test equipment to enable companies to comply with all types of electrical safety legislation and employs over 120 staff.
What does EST stand for?
EST stands for Electrical Safety Test (band)
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PROPOSED METHOD To realize the electrical safety test for dialysis apparatus the following electrical schema is presented, with MD as measurement device, as shown in fig.
But Knowsley council says a burst mains pipe and a failed electrical safety test left it "unsafe and uneconomical to repair".
Heaters warming the greenhouses have failed electrical safety tests and parks department staff will now be unable to grow plants for the borough's Britain in Bloom challenge.
Soon, for example, regular electrical safety tests on rented properties could become a legal requirement, and landlords might add them at a cost of pounds 40 to the annual boiler service (pounds 79.
The electrical safety tests were offered free to pensioners by trading standards officers,in conjunction with the fire service,during the run up to National Consumer Week.