Express Test And Tag have technicians New Zealand wide!

Express Test And Tag will come to you at your home and or workplace from as low as $2.95 per item.

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Express Test and Tag

Our technicians are well equipped, skilled, qualified and continuously updated with information and standards of the legislation, that is required for your business to meet obligations and comply with it.

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Express x 10 Tags

The Express x 10 will give you 10 electrical devices tested at your home, office, worksite or workplace from just $49.95 + GST after prices.

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Express x 100 Tags

The Express x 100 will give you 100 or more electrical devices tested at your home, office, worksite or workplace from just $3.95 + GST after prices per item.

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Express x 1000 Tags

The Express x 1000 will give you 1000 or more electrical devices tested at your home, office, worksite or workplace from just $2.95 + GST after prices per item.

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About Us

Express Test and Tag NZ celebrates the power of professional franchises, who are well trained, certified and updated with latest government regulation for Test and Tag service at all times.

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Radiation leakage test

Microwave ovens are used daily in restaurants, cafeterias, lounges, kitchens, snack bars, and homes. Microwave oven users are often concerned about potential health hazards from the exposure to microwave radiation leakage. Read more

Thermal imaging

Express Test and Tag uses thermal imaging to identify potential failures in electrical systems.Scanning with an infrared camera means your power supply does not have to be shut down, reducing the loss of production due to down time. Read more

What is Test and Tag?

Test and tagging is a generic name given to the process of visually inspecting and electrically testing in-service electrical equipment for personal safety. Colloquially, it is also referred to as tagging, test tag, test and tag, electrical tagging, appliance testing, portable appliance test or lead tagging.

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Workplace Safety

If you are an employer, you have a duty of care to ensure that employees and visitors to the workplace are safe from injury and risks to health. You must therefore manage any safety risks surrounding electrical hazards, in accordance with the requirements of the AS/NZS 3760:2010.

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