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Apr 24, 2012

Phillips Industries Introduces Newest Solution to End Electrical Cable Corrosion

Phillips Industries Introduces Newest Solution to End Electrical Cable Corrosion

Santa Fe Springs, CA (April 24, 2012) Phillips Industries has introduced their new STA-DRY® QCMS2™ plug/socket designed specifically to eliminate the corrosion damage that is caused when road contaminants enter the electrical system of a heavy duty vehicle.  Every feature of the STA-DRY® QCMS2™ is designed to reduce costs associated with corrosion build up. 

The STA-DRY® QCMS2™ incorporates a STA-DRY® seal that semi-hardwires the electrical cable to the tractor completely stopping any debris from entering.  And, since it is rarely removed from the tractor, there is even less chance for damage. The other end of the electrical cable features Phillips’ field repairable QCP™ plug.  If the plug begins to show signs of corrosion, the cartridge can be easily replaced, keeping the QCMS2™ attached to the tractor without breaking its corrosion-free sealed connection.

The QCMS2™ corrosion-free housing is completely sealed for maximum protection against magnesium and calcium chlorides.  A special bonding process connecting the housing to the cable, seals out moisture and contaminants at the back of the QCMS2™.  The brass pins are molded in place to provide a secure connection.  

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Based in Santa Fe Springs, CA Phillips Industries is a leading supplier, innovator and manufacturer of advanced electrical and air brake interface equipment for the commercial vehicle industry. Phillips is a major participant in industry associations including TMC, SAE, Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association and state trucking associations.  Phillips Industries Commercial Vehicle Products Santa Fe Springs facility is accredited to ISO 9001, TS 16949 and ISO 14001. Phillips Industries has manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout the U.S. and Canada as well as in Mexico and China.