Gas & Electric Certificates

by Debby
(Isle of Wight, UK)

Your story is very inspiring and I'm so glad to have come across it.

We have just purchased a second hand trailer and would like to get the electric and gas checked and certificates in place. However, I'm not sure where we get this done - can you help please?

Thanks
Debby

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Nov 23, 2010
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LPG Gas Certificates Test
by: David

The best place to find a qualified Gas/LPG engineer is the Gas Safe website. The Gas Safe Register replaced the CORGI gas register on 1 April 2009.Look for a registered LPG engineer on their site and make sure that they are qualified to work on LPG gas.

Visit The Gas Safe Website



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David

Nov 14, 2010
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certificate for catering trailer
by: Anonymous

could anyone help i have searched the net etc for a electric and lpg certifiacte for our caterig trailer. Does nayone know where i can get these from. I live in Boltob Lancashire? Thanks michelle

Jan 25, 2010
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help mi pls
by: Anonymous

hi can you help mi wher can i get gas & electric chek in bedfirdshire for burger van thenks

Jul 20, 2009
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Any cost ?
by: Anonymous

Hi and thanks again for your story, i was just wondering if there was any fees charged in order to have the lgp gas and electricity check done ? and if so how much ? thanks a lot for the help

Dec 13, 2008
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Gettiing Your Gas and Electric Certificate
by: Anonymous

Hi Debby,

Thanks for your kind comments:

Now with regards to getting the gas and electric certificate, you will need to find a certified LPG engineer (not corgi registered) to come down and check your trailer.

They specialize in LPG equipment and will check all your LPG appliances to make sure that all operate and work safely. You may have to do a search on the net to find one near you or you can try the suggestions below.

For a Corgi registered engineer in your area call 01256 372 300 say you want a number of an engineer who specializes in LPG and Mobile Van/Trailers in your area they should be able to recommend someone locally for you.

These are the people I used to inspect my catering van based in London. The number is 0800 731 0397 they were not cheap at around £160-£170 pounds for the inspection

With regards to getting your electric checked you should probably try searching for a NICEIC qualified electrician.

Ask explain that you need your eclectic inspected on your catering trailer, which may also include a P.A.T test for small appliances like toasters and kettles if you intend to use them.

Hope this is of some help to you, wishing you every success with your new business

Regards
David

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