Sta-Dry harness keeps out water, corrosion

Dec. 1, 2003
Whether installing a harness on a new trailer or repairing or replacing a damaged harness, the Sta-Dry modular harness system from Phillips Industries

Whether installing a harness on a new trailer or repairing or replacing a damaged harness, the Sta-Dry modular harness system from Phillips Industries makes it easy.

These wire harnesses have watertight and corrosion-resistant seals. This is done using molding techniques that produce a perfect fit between modules. Wiring systems can then be outfitted with any combination of incandescent and LED lighting, and can include any type of lamp pigtail.

For more information, contact Phillips, 12012 Burke St, Santa Fe Springs CA 90670.

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