PAT Labels (58 Products)
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- Standard, 4th Edition passed and failed PAT test labels
- Purple in colour
- Includes 500 passed and 50 failed labels
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- 250 labels on roll
- Give clear indication that an appliance has failed testing
- Contains space for writing additional information
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- Contains 250 cable wrap labels
- Used to show that test leads have passed PAT testing
- Contains space for adding additional information such as next test date
In Stock£11.40 £9.50Was £20.40 £17.00You Save £9.00 £7.50These Kewtech labels are used to showcase that an appliance has passed PAT testing. The label roll comes with 500 labels as standard, and each label is printed on durable vinyl with an adhesive backing. The labels clearly state that whatever they are attached to has passed an electrical safety test, are 1 x 2 inches in size and also contain space for writing in additional information on Appliance ID, Site, Date of Test and the Date the next test is due.18 Reward PointsPrice Match GuaranteeSKU: 500PASS
About PAT Labels
PAT labels are one of those essential items you don’t think about until one fateful day, you’re in the middle of testing when you realise your PAT stickers are almost all gone.
However, you don’t need to panic; Tester has a whole host of different PAT labels to ensure you have everything you need to continue PAT testing effectively without interruption.
Make sure you are prepared for every situation and every possible test by browsing through the different types of PAT labels available before asking yourself if you need a particular type of label for a specific function.
It is important that you don’t get caught out on a job with the wrong labels for the test you are performing. When considering which labels are right for the type of testing you carry out, think about the environments in which you work.
- Do you carry out a lot of cable tests? If so, will you need cable wrap labels?
- Do you prefer to use rectangular PAT stickers or have you considered circular ones?
- Would you like to make life easier by using barcode labels?
These are the types of questions you need to be thinking about as there are a range of different label types. It is important you think about the type of PAT sticker you need and the quantity you are likely to require.
Browse through the label section and identify which type is best for you.