All devices and systems that use, generate, store, divert, measure, distribute or consume electrical energy are considered electrical equipment in the sense of DGUV V3. According to the accident prevention regulation "Electrical systems and equipment" of the employers' liability insurance association and the industrial safety ordinance, the entrepreneur (operator) is obliged to ensure regular repeat tests. In this context, it is important that the fire protection insurance companies and employers' liability insurance associations exclude liability for damage caused by untested devices or systems! This is where we come in! With the least possible hindrance to your daily operations, at the end of the tests you will receive the security that is important for your employees and your company.

Stationary equipment, systems and machines (DIN VDE 0105-100 / DIN VDE 0113-1)
Fixed electrical equipment, systems and machines are either firmly anchored or very massive equipment with electrical elements. Fixed electrical equipment, systems and machines also refer to those that have a mobile connection line, but are themselves permanently installed, such as B. Switchgear and cabinets, air conditioning, etc.

Portable equipment (DIN VDE 0701-0702)
Portable equipment is the device that can be moved from one place to another. To put it somewhat simply, all electrical devices that have a plug, such as B. monitor, printer, coffee machine, kettle, handheld machine, cable drum, extension, etc.



  • Risk assessment (according to location and use)
  • Visual inspection of the equipment
  • Required measurement according to type and protection class
  • Functional test
  • Creation and attachment of a new inspection sticker
  • Documentation
  • Equipotential bonding and earthing


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