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Gas Tightness Testing & Purging in Kent

If you are commercial property owner in Kent, you may require our highly skilled, PHS Gas Safe engineers to perform tightness testing and purging on your gas pipework installations.

The experts on our team know how to go about this extremely precise, time consuming and complex service so that you don’t have to worry about it – helping you keep safe and efficient and restoring your peace of mind.

We can provide assistance and services in the following areas:

  1. Commissioning
  2. Planning of new systems
  3. Purging (direct and indirect)
  4. Strength tests
  5. Tightness tests
  6. Decommissioning
  7. Certifications of compliance

You should get in contact if:

  1. You turned the system off for a long period of time and want to turn it back on
  2. You replaced or altered an existing part of the pipework
  3. You plan to / have installed a brand new system (i.e. commissioning)
  4. You suspect there is air in the system
  5. You want to decommission a system
Commercial Gas Tightness Testing & Purging in Kent
Commercial Gas Tightness Testing & Purging in Kent

Why is it Important to Have a Gas Safe Engineer Involved?

For starters, you have an obligation to be Gas Safe compliant, following the Gas Safe Regulations 1998.

On top of staying on the right side of the law, you are also showing you prioritise the lives of those around your commercial property in Kent.

Putting their lives needlessly at risk over some cheap/unqualified gas work, is reckless as well as illegal.

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What is Strength Testing?

To give you confidence, you want to strength test any new parts of an existing installation as well as brand new installations in their entirety.

What is Gas Tightness Testing?

If you have PPM (Planned Preventative Maintenance) packages or your assets are seen annually as part of a service, you should have regular visits from a Gas Safe Engineer who will do a tightness test and will be trained to recognise anything out of the ordinary.

If you smell gas or have any worries outside of your annual regime, call an engineer immediately.

If, as per the list above, you’ve done something new or modified pipework in anyway, you should redo these tests.

Issuing Certificate of Compliance

If you require a certificate of gas safe compliance, we can send an engineer to your property in Kent to check this for you.

If for any reason we have any cause for concern, we can provide a few tips or even help you get it up to scratch there and then on the day.

Once we’re happy, we can issue this certificate for you from one of our Gas Safe Engineers.

Trusted Heating Engineers With an Unbeatable Reputation

PHS has some of the most experienced commercial pipework testing and purging engineers in Kent. We use equipment that is well-maintained and tested to ensure a high level of accuracy and precision.

We calibrate our tools on a regular basis to ensure accurate readings are reported to prevent any kind of safety violations that could happen as a result of neglect on our part.

We’ll carry out a full risk assessment of your property before anything happens. This is to ensure the safety of your business as well as our engineers, and you’ll be told everything that will happen before we check your pipework or purge the system of gas.

Contact us now if you have any further questions or if you’d like to book an appointment with one of our engineers to further discuss your needs.

If you smell gas or detect it in your property, or if you have future works planned that involve changing your gas pipes and modifying them, then give us a call and we’ll be happy to arrange for an engineer to come out and visit your property for further analysis.

We also recommend that you carry out regular pipework tests to ensure everything is safe.

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