Seaward’s Apollo 500+ and Apollo 600+ are 5th Edition compliant, downloadable PAT testers. In addition to a comprehensive selection of electrical tests and practical, ergonomic features such as an extensive memory, full QWERTY keyboard, and colour HD display, these market-leading models also include safety checks and risk assessments for streamlining your Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) routines.
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Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) Tool
The Seaward Apollo 500+ and Apollo 600+ PAT Testers also function as safety check and risk assessment recording tools. You can create custom user tests to ensure, for example, first aid kit inspections, fire door checks, and legionella temperature measurements are conducted. Details of these PPM routines may be recorded on the Seaward Apollo+ PAT Testers and can be downloaded to a PC when the testers are used with Seaward’s PATGuard 3 Software.
Seaward Case Studies
Many professionals have used their Seaward Apollo 500+ or Apollo 600+ PAT Tester to streamline and record a variety of Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) checks. Below are just a few examples of the kinds of checks that can be recorded on the Seaward Apollo+ PAT Testers.
Conduct daily ladder checks and record the condition of grips, the ladder's frame, top step, hinges, and treads on the Apollo 500+ or 600+.
Log fire extinguisher checks: save details such as service dates, pins, horns, brackets, and damage to the Seaward Apollo+ PAT Testers.
Record daily checks on vehicles such as forklifts. Input and save tyre tread, hydraulic fluid, and chain data to the Seaward Apollo 500+ and Apollo 600+ PAT Testers.
Save information gathered during routine emergency lighting and battery checks.