Phillips Primary Wire Resistant to Abrasive Elements

2005--Santa Fe Springs, California

03/02/2005

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Phillips Primary Wire Resistant to Abrasive Elements

Santa Fe Springs, CA (February 24, 2005) Acids, greases, oils, fuels and similar compounds which assault vehicle wiring, especially those operating in harsh environments, can create havoc on an electrical system. Primary wire offered by Phillips Industries is particularly resistant to these types of compounds and other abrasives. Additionally, the color coded concentric jacketing allows for easy function identification and wire stripping reducing repair and maintenance costs. And, with a temperature range of -40° to 150° and soft annealed copper conductors, abrasive resistant primary wire from Phillips remains flexible and extremely suitable for all vocational and over the road trucking operations.

Phillips Industries offer a complete line of primary wire from 20 ga. to 8 ga. in 11 different colors for use in all 4-way, 6-way and 7-way connector configurations. Varied packaging is available from Phillips distributors to meet the needs of individual operations. To find a distributor in your area, please call the company at 1-800-423-4512.

Phillips Industries makes products that make a difference. Please visit www.phillipsind.com to learn how Phillips products can make a difference for your operation.

Phillips Industries is a leading supplier, innovator and manufacturer of advanced electrical and air brake interface equipment for the commercial vehicle industry. The company is a supplier to virtually every major tractor and trailer manufacturer in the U.S. and a leader in the North American parts aftermarket. Based in Santa Fe Springs, CA, Phillips Industries is QS9000 certified and has manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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