Clare Industrial Electrical Safety Testers
There are a wide range of electrical safety testing, industrial compliance and precision measurement applications across the electrical and electronics manufacturing, avionics, power, utilities and industrial engineering sectors.
To meet these needs, Seaward provides a range of high specification industrial safety test and measurement equipment that combines innovation and high quality with consistent and reliable performance – even in the most demanding working environments.
The test range includes dedicated production line electrical testers to ensure compliance with international and product specific safety standards, as well as type approval testing in the design and development laboratory.
Also included is a range of high accuracy measurement instrumentation used in various industrial safety and quality control applications. This precision measurement equipment ensures compliance with technical specifications and tolerances as well as being used for calibration standards, low and high resistance measurement and high resolution temperature measurement.
The special Seaward PAT Testing Kit concept combines a hand held PAT tester with a test guide and training DVD alongside a log book for test results and a supply of ready-made electrical safety testing labels.
Special PAT record keeping software options are also provided - with everything contained in a purpose designed carrying bag for maximum portability.
Seaward’s high quality electrical safety testing equipment has a worldwide reputation for technical excellence in the appliance, electrical and electronics manufacturing sectors. View the Range
As part of a comprehensive electrical compliance safety test range‚ Seaward provides a variety of high quality test accessories for manufacturing and test and measurement (T&M) environments. View the Range
Seaward sell a range of cable analysers which test everything from simple data cables to complex wiring assemblies. View the Range
Megohmmeters are designed to generate high voltage, low current signals used typically for testing the breakdown strength of electrical insulation as well as in other engineering maintenance applications. View the Range