PIR / Circuit Inspection

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Periodic Inspection and Testing

Electrical installations, no matter how well designed and erected, cannot be expected to last indefinitely. Deterioration will take place due to age as well as normal wear and tear. Chapter 62 (Periodic Inspection and Testing) of the National Wiring Rules recommends “that the installation should be inspected and tested periodically as appropriate to use and the environment to ensure that it still complies with these Rules”. This is what the principle 2007 regulation states:-

Testing and Inspection. (As applicable to Electrical Installations)
  1. An employer shall ensure that –

(1) All electrical circuits are suitably identified at their source to allow those circuits to be safely and securely de-energized and isolated.

(2) An existing electrical installation is inspected and tested by a competent person in an appropriate manner.

shutterstock_174101069 PIRLJS will help you to comply with these regulations by the completion of an ECSSA approved Periodic Inspection Report for the test and inspection of the complete electrical installation in accordance with “Requirements for Inspection of Existing Electrical Installations” published by the Electro-Technical Council of Ireland (ETCI) and in line with the National Rules for Electrical Installations. All circuits will be clearly labeled and numbered at the Distribution Board. The reports will be presented to you in hard and soft copy versions. We will be happy to pop in and after a quick walk around survey give you an idea of costs.

shutterstock_174082043 PIRThe time interval between inspections will depend on the type of installation and the way in which it is used. The electrical industry in Ireland works to the recommendations of the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (Cenelec) who publish this register of suggested intervals.

Suggested intervals between Periodic Tests and Inspections

Type of Installation Max.Period Between Inspections
Domestic Premises 5-10 years
Commercial Premises 5 Years
Educational Establishments 5 Years
Hospitals 5 years
Industrial Premises 3 Years
Cinemas 1 Year
Places of Public Entertainment 1 Year
Agricultural & Horticultural 3 Years
Caravans 3 years
Caravan Sites 1 Year
Emergency Lighting 1 Year
Fire Alarm Systems 1 year
Launderettes 1 Year
Petrol Filling Stations 1 Year
Highway Power Supplies 6 Years
Temporary Installations 3 Months