About Us

Mobile Pipa testing Wales was set up by its founder, Jonathan Mark Morrow, who is a registered Pipa safety inspector. We as a company, offer mobile safety, Pipa inspection and testing and also on-site repair with our trained staff combining over 25 years of experience in repair and sewing machines. Mobile Pipa testing Wales offers a nationwide service, whether it be at your premises or in our yard.

By being a hirer ourselves, we understand the pressures of getting things safe for the use of our customers, with us having the ability of being able to offer testing and repairing all at the same time you will not waste any time running round where we can offer all in one service.

PIPA is an inspection scheme set up by the inflatable play industry to ensure that inflatable equipment conforms to recognised safety standards.

On the 1st January 2019 PIPA separated from the Performance Textiles Association (PTA). PIPA's formal company name is The PIPA Testing Scheme Ltd which is a company limited by guarantee. PIPA is run by the PIPA Leadership Group (PLG)

Pipa Scheme explained

The scheme is supported by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) who were consulted at every stage of its development.

Tagging and Inspection for bouncy castles and other inflatable play equipment that is bounced or slid on. PIPA currently does not cover inflatable games or pool inflatables. However, it is important to note that the safety standards for this inflatable play equipment are still regulated by PIPA tests for durability and stability.

All inflatable play equipment that falls within the scope of the PIPA scheme should be tagged and entered onto the database. Once play equipment has been tagged and entered onto the database, it is crucial for owners and operators to obtain a PIPA certificate to ensure compliance with safety standards and regulations.


Contact Us

Nr Newcastle Emlyn,
Carmarthenshire, Wales.

Phone: 07967 955773
Email: info@pipatest.co.uk

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