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Kewtech snap tags, kewsnap plastic tag

Posted on Sunday, 28 July 2013

We now supply protective plastic tags for PAT Testing labels, also known as kewsnap.  They clip to the cable flex and are secured using tie wraps (which we supply free of charge). Our plug top labels fit perfectly within the protective platic tag and the plastic cover then clips shut, keeping the label secure & clean. These kewtech snaptags are perfect for power tools.


Next Day PAT Labels are the cheapest suppliers in the UK for this product and we supply great multi-discounts on this product.  Please visit the following link for further details    Posted by: Alistair Ogilvie


New Hot melt adhesive.

Posted on Sunday, 28 July 2013

We are currently testing a few different materials for our PAT Testing label rolls, we are contemplating using a slightly thicker material on the PAT labels.  At the same time we are looking at the adhesive we are currently using on our rolls, this is proving very hard to get spot on.  We have had feedback from some people saying the adhesive “could be a little stronger”, and at the same time we have recently had two phone calls saying the adhesive we are using is too strong for PAT Testing Labels which is causing us a minor headache.  So, we are looking at switching to a hot melt glue adhesive and are in the final stages of testing and would hope to have this completed and up and running in 6-8 weeks if the outcome of our tests are as successful as they are currently proving to be.  Stay Tuned…..


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Posted by: Alistair Ogilvie

Is PAT Testing required?

Posted on Sunday, 28 July 2013

With the recent 4th Edition Regulation changes and people questioning whether they should be having their equipment PAT Tested quite as frequently as they do, I thought I should share this information.  During the week we received a phone call from one of our customers that  had recently PAT tested a hotel (which is part of a large hotel chain).  They PAT Tested in the region of 2000 items to test, of which they found 40% of items failed, 20% of these they classed as dangerous and 10% potentially lethal.  Our customer told us they were astounded no one had been injured or killed.  They said a number of the irons had not only broken flexes but actual broken exposed wires.  Upon further questioning they said it was more a case of “when” rather than “if” someone would be killed and they were “absolutely horrified” and said it was the worst case they had seen in their 9  years in the PAT Testing business.

I believe I should share this case, to highlight the very reason why PAT testing is required.



Posted by: Alistair Ogilvie

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