Bouncy Castle PIPA Testing, Mobile PIPA Testing and Repairs to Bouncy Castles and Inflatables
Mobile Bouncy Castle PIPA testing was set up in 2015 we have carried out thousands of PIPA tests on Bouncy Castles all over the Country.
Were RPII trained to inspect and test to the European standard EN14960:2019.
We can also PAT test your electrical items being City and Guilds Trained in Portable Appliance Testing (PAT).
We carry out Bouncy Castle PIPA testing and inspections on all inflatables mainly for back garden hire company’s, fairground inflatables and leisure centres across the United Kingdom and Europe.
So no matter where you are based drop us a line I am sure we can help or point you in the right direction of someone who can help.
With over 15 years of inflatable industry knowledge, we also carry our repairs using our uniquely modified twin needle sewing machine, so if you have a problem then call or email IPT today I am sure we can help you get you bouncy castle PIPA Tested.
We carry out Mobile PIPA testing, Bouncy Castle PIPA testing, HSE Bouncy Castle PIPA testing RPII Testing, Inflatable Zip Repairs, Bed seam Repairs, Bed Restitching, Inflatable Repairs, Bouncy Castle Repairs, Obstacle Course Repairs, Mega Slide Repairs and all other types of PVC based repairs undertaken.
With all types of items being hired to the public to use, it is your responsibility to have them inspected by a competent person.
With Bouncy Castles and Inflatables, this means an RPII trained or ADIPS Inspector will need to Inspect your inflatables and Bouncy Castles on a regular basis.
The Health and Safety Executive have made it quite clear they the RPII and ADIPS are there recommended inspectors of inflatables and Bouncy Castles
The HSE has a great information page for inflatables and is worth a good read.
Take a look here http://www.hse.gov.uk/entertainment/fairgrounds/inflatables.htm
The PIPA registration Scheme also has a lot of useful information
Take a look here https://www.pipa.org.uk/
The PIPA registration Scheme link to our account for verification purposes.
Take a look here Inflatable PIPA Testing