Emergency Light and Exit Light Testing
Emergency Light and Exit Light testing must be carried out at intervals of not more than six months and must undergo a 90 minute discharge test of the battery. Lamps in fittings must be replaced if the unit fails to illuminate during the test and the fitting must be cleaned. Any damage to the unit or diffuser constitutes an immediate fail and the unit must be repaired or replaced. Details of the test and any repairs must be recorded in a log book. Our fully qualified Master Electricians can test and repair all of your Emergency Lights and Exit lights and provide you with a log book and fill out your log book. Our reminder program ensures we will contact you when your next test is due.