Proving your Voltage Indicator is Safe
Proving your Voltage Indicator is Safe
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Prove it's safe!

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Prove it's safe!
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The new safety standard for 2 pole voltage indicators has just come into force and the updated Martindale VI-13800 is fully compliant.

Safe electrical work requires the use of a voltage indicator that has been proved with a proving unit. Voltage indicators should always be tested with a proving unit or known live source before and after use. This combined unit guarantees a proving device is always available.

This article was published on Thursday 18 July, 2013.
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Author: Steve Dunning © Martindale Electric Co Ltd - 2018 - All Rights Reserved
Steve Dunning
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