Phillips Industries Introduces Popular STA-DRY® Sealed Electrical Harnesses for 24V Trucks & Trailers
Santa Fe Springs, CA (August 31, 2012) Phillips Industries has introduced a 24 Volt version of its wildly popular STA-DRY® modular, sealed electrical harness. This award-winning harness offers many money-saving features for the truck and trailer OEMs as well as many great benefits for fleets.
At the front of the STA-DRY® Electrical Harness is the award-winning QCS2™ (Quick-Change Socket) system. The QCS2™ has been the OEM standard in North America and most 12V markets for many years and Phillips is proud to introduce this highly demanded system in an ISO version. The QCS2™ system offers the best in corrosion-proof trailer electrical harnesses while allowing for remarkably quick socket changes, in less than 1 minute. The QCS2™ system is available in 7N, 7S, ABS, EBS and 15P as well as SAE applications.
With water-tight, “QWIK-SPLICE” connectors, easy installation provides time and labor savings for OEMs but also allows the fleet to make quick repairs if needed. Modular pieces simply snap together to form a leak-proof system designed for the life of the trailer.
“Working closely with many top truck & trailer OEMs and fleets around the world allows us to gain valuable insight regarding the real issues faced during the life of a vehicle. This leads our team to design innovative solutions that save time, money and increase the electrical integrity of trucks & trailers,” says Rob Phillips, vice president of global operations at Phillips.
Please visit us at www.phillipsind.com to learn how Phillips products can make a difference in your operation. Phillips will also be exhibiting at IAA Hanover in September, where we will be featuring many innovations.
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.