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    EN 60204 Installation test

    Electricians

    What is an EN 60204 installation test? When it is required and who can perform and certify this test? Are there any similar tests that might be needed during scenarios where this particular test is needed? In other words, basically will there be many cases where I’d need to have a variety of different tests performed at the same time as having an EN 60204 test undertaken?

    Asked by duncan on 30th Jul 2021
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    ISPA electric

    "Safety of machinery - Electrical Equipment of Machines-en 60204."

    Answered on 9th Aug 2021 - Member since Feb 2021 - report
    EEC electrical

    "En 60204 test is the test of machinery. Should be done by a certified and registered electrician."

    Answered on 2nd Oct 2021 - Member since Sep 2021 - report
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    "All electrical installations must be tested to BS7671 up to the point where the machinery is connected. The machinery itself only falls under EN60204 and need to be tested by someone competent having a qualification for testing to EN60204. Unfortunately, I can't recommend anyone as I am an electrician and I can't test to EN 60204. For this type of test your best bet will be to find an electrician working on industrial maintenance, they are the most likely to have the training to EN60204."

    Answered on 24th Aug 2021 - Member since Aug 2021 - report
    JBT Maintenance Services

    "Hi
    EN60204 relates to machines. The way they are designed and constructed. It is a heavy document and to answer your question would need a lot more info than what you have provided.
    Thanks
    James"

    Answered on 5th Aug 2021 - Member since Apr 2021 - report
    Bombardier Electrical

    "En 60204 test is the test of machinery. Should be done by a certified and registered electrician. Hoping this is the test you need not a EICR Electrical Installation Certification Report?"

    Answered on 5th Aug 2021 - Member since Oct 2019 - report
    Protec Gas Services

    "This is a a machinery test and inspection and has no relevance in domestic electrics."

    Answered on 5th Aug 2021 - Member since Oct 2020 - report
    A.S Electrical

    "Testing of electrical operated machines, or Pat test.
    Required annually, test for input power, core polarity, switchgear accessibility, termination, earth leak test, continuity test.
    Will be required to fulfil the P.A.T test criteria."

    Answered on 5th Aug 2021 - Member since May 2019 - report
    Terry dalziel

    "It’s basically a pat test for larger machinery. No you don’t require further tests unless it fails."

    Answered on 5th Aug 2021 - Member since Jan 2021 - report
    DT Yorkshire service

    "I understand that the electrical equipment of machinery (EN 60204-1) is excluded from the scope of BS7671.

    Which are the main mandatory duties for an employer in case of a new installation of a machinery in the work premises?

    Wiring regulation wise should the employer stop his verification at the point of the installation of the machine (i.e. main disconnecting device of the machine) and ensure that the machine is in compliance with EN 60204-1 or he should assess the whole installation and carry out verification and testing till the branch circuits of the machine as well?"

    Answered on 11th Oct 2021 - Member since Oct 2021 - report
    D tech FM

    "Testing based on: EN 60204-1: 2006-06 Electrical equipment of machines N/A YES NO FAULT Section 4 Test result – test lists 4.1 Marking of the control equipment Inscriptions 16.4 1. Present On rating plate of machine On/in Installation Site 2. Inscriptions legible and permanent, with the following information: 3. Manufacturer/supplier"

    Answered on 15th Jun 2022 - Member since Oct 2021 - report

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