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Examples of equipment to be tested

 

Category of equipment

Examples of electrical equipment to be tested

Hand held electrical equipment

 

Hand held power tools,

Hairdryers,

Kitchen appliances,

Laboratory equipment

Portable electrical equipment moved while in operation

 

Floor polishers,

Vacuum cleaners,

Portable lighting equipment

Electrical equipment that is moved between operations in such a manner that could damage the flexible supply lead

 

Portable electronic whiteboards,

Overhead projectors,

Laptop computers,

Electrical plant used in factory type environments,

Welding machines,

Extension cords,

Power boards

Electrical equipment that is used in a hostile operating environment where damage to the equipment or the electricity supply to that equipment could occur such as in wet or dusty conditions.

 

Electrical equipment used in wet or dusty areas,

Electrical equipment used outdoors,

In kitchens,

Laboratories (chemical damage),

Certain factory-type environments

 

 

Note: This table should be used as a guide only.
CATEGORY OF EQUIPMENT
EXAMPLES OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT TO BE TESTED
Hand held electrical equipment
 Hand held power tools,
 Hairdryers,
 Kitchen appliances,
 Laboratory equipment
Portable electrical equipment moved while in operation
 Floor polishers,
 Vacuum cleaners,
 Portable lighting equipment
Electrical equipment that is moved between operations in such a manner that could damage the flexible supply lead
 Portable electronic whiteboards,
 Overhead projectors,
 Laptop computers,
Electrical plant used in factory type environments,
 Welding machines,
 Extension cords,
 Power boards
Electrical equipment that is used in a hostile operating environment where damage to the equipment or the electricity supply to that equipment could occur such as in wet or dusty conditions.
 Electrical equipment used in wet or dusty areas,
 Electrical equipment used outdoors,
 In kitchens,
 Laboratories (chemical damage),
 Certain factory-type environments
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