Phillips primary wire resistant to abrasives
Jan 1, 2006 12:00 PM
Acids, greases, oils, fuels, and similar compounds that assault vehicle wiring, especially those operating in harsh environments, can create havoc on an electrical system.
Primary wire offered by Phillips Industries resists these types of compounds and other abrasives. Additionally, the color-coded concentric jacketing simplifies function identification and wire stripping, reducing repair and maintenance costs. With a temperature range of -40° to 150° F and soft annealed copper conductors, abrasive-resistant primary wire from Phillips remains flexible and suitable for vocational and over-the-road trucking.
Phillips offers a line of primary wire from 20 to 8 gauge in 11 different colors for use in all four-, six-, and seven-way connector configurations. Contact Phillips, Santa Fe Springs CA 90670 for details.
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