Fixed Wire Testing

Periodic fixed wire testing is a legal requirement under the Electricity at Work Act. In accordance with BS7671, the IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition, all electrical installations must have an Electrical Installation Condition Report carried out every 5 years or with a change of occupier.

Microlynx offer fixed wire testing and inspection services ensuring that your wiring is in good working order and complies with the required safety standards.

We also offer PAT testing (portable appliance testing) services, providing regular inspections of all electrical appliances.

Microlynx are Approved NIC EIC Contractors.


Why choose Microlynx ?

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Electrical Contracting
Microlynx is an NIC EIC approved electrical contractor and can undertake industrial, commercial and residential work to a high standard, by our City and Guilds trained engineers.
Electrical Testing
Microlynx can carry out an Electrical Condition Report with minimum disruption to your business, with testing being undertaken outside of business hours if required.
PAT Testing
PAT services for industrial, commercial and residential customers to comply with the Electricity at Work Act and the Provision and Use of Work Equipment regulations.
Fixed Wire Testing
Microlynx can carry out electrical testing to all your fixed wiring ensuring your installations comply with the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations.

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