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Low Cost PAT Testing

Keep your business running safely with a name you can trust

We Offer Out-Of-Hours PAT Testing at No Additional Cost

Contact us on 01482 807907 for more information

East Yorkshire's Most Reliable PAT Testing Company

With many years experience, and highly accredited, we’re a name you can trust

Welcome, and thank you for visiting our site here at Y.E.T.I. Ltd.

Y.E.T.I. Ltd was established ten years ago as a Portable Appliance Testing Company, with our Director Noel having over 45 years experience in the Consumer Electrical Electronics sector.

We have two fully qualified C+G 2377 Engineers as well as Support Staff, all of whom are professional in their work at all times.

We offer our services to customers within any industry, whether they are small or large, and we guarantee that all items tested will always be to IEE Regulations.

We are members of Trustmark, and the exacting standards of N.A.P.I.T (National Association of Professional Inspectors and Testers). Our work is annually checked to ensure we meet their criteria.

Our work hours are flexible to suit all our customers, including evenings and weekends, and we pride ourselves on being able to work in environments with the utmost integrity and discretion.

Our prices are transparent with no hidden extras. Minor repairs are free of charge, and all certification is included in the price.


What is PAT Testing?

PAT testing or Portable Appliance Testing is a specialised process of testing all portable, electrical appliances to ensure they are safe. Typically it is a routine procedure for people who work with electrical appliances, or have them in a working environment.


Reasons For PAT Testing

Many insurance companies require PAT Testing. Your insurance policy may be invalidated if you have not complied with PAT requirements so any claims made on the policy could be refused.


What The Law Says

The Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999
state: “every employer shall make a suitable and sufficient assessment of:
(a) the risks to the health and safety of his employees to which they are exposed whilst they are at work, and
(b) the risks to the health and safety of persons not in his employment arising out of or in connection with the conduct by him of his undertaking