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Apr 29, 2013

Phillips Industries Offers Corrosion-Fighting Instructional Materials

Santa Fe Springs, CA (April 29, 2013) Phillips Industries, a leader in the testing and development of products that reduce the potential damage from corrosion to commercial vehicle electrical and air systems, has made available instructional materials to help fleet operators fight the harmful effects of moisture contamination.


The April 2013 issue of Phillips’ monthly newsletter, Qwik Tech Tips, addresses corrosion build up at the 7-Way Connection and ways to mitigate it. The most common warranty problem for this connection is loss of power to the blue circuit. Phillips tells readers why and offers tips on how to significantly reduce these events. Future issues of the newsletter will cover other corrosion problem areas with their tips on how to solve them. To access the April issue of Qwik Tech Tips and to be included on the free monthly distribution, go to


Also available from Phillips Industries is a wall poster listing the company’s top corrosion prevention tips. The chart can be ordered free of charge by going to the literature tab at and searching “corrosion”.


Please visit us at to learn how Phillips products can make a difference in your operation.


About Phillips Industries


Based in Santa Fe Springs, CA, USA Phillips Industries is a leading innovator and manufacturer of advanced electrical and air brake interface equipment for the commercial vehicle industry.  Phillips is a major supplier and partner to many top OEMs around the world and is a first choice for top fleets.  They have manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout the U.S. and Canada as well as in Mexico, China and The Netherlands.  Phillips maintains active membership in key industry associations including TMC, SAE, Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association and state trucking associations.  Their manufacturing facilities have received the top quality accreditations including ISO 9001, TS 16949 and ISO 14001.