Santa Fe Springs, CA (August 1, 2005) Phillips Industries, a leading supplier, innovator and manufacturer of advanced electrical products has a expanded line of shop tools that meets the needs of both professional and consumer markets. The company has recently introduced two new offerings:
· Multi-purpose Crimping and Stripping Tools designed with functionality and durability in mind. These must-have tools are available in both blunt-nosed and needle-nosed versions and can be used for insulated and non-insulated terminals. The tools, fitted with easy grip, insulated handles and overlapping teeth, provide a constant cut which cleanly strips insulation without damage to the inner wire.
· Electrical Circuit Testers conveniently locates shorts, grounds and open circuits. Available in both compact and full sized versions, it’s a ideal choice for every application – cars, trucks, motorcycles, trailers, RV’s and boats. The clear handle glows when circuit is complete.
Phillips Industries offers multiple packaging choices and display options for all their industrial tools. These products and packages are labeled in English, Spanish and French. Specifications for these and other shop tools marketed by the company can be found on their website www.phillipsind.com
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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