Everything you need to know about NHP products


NHP has released its latest Automation and Industrial Products Reference guides and price lists for the current financial year.

NHP’s price lists provide customers with the information needed to select, quote and order products to suit their application.

NHP price lists include:
Part A – motor control, motor protection and switchgear.
Part B – control and panel products, automation and safety products, switchgear and power quality products.
CPB – pocket-sized guide to the Terasaki range of circuit breakers, panel boards, loadcentres and chassis.

All prices in Part A, Part B and CPB are exclusive of GST.

NHP has also launched its latest pricelist, Part R, with information on Rockwell Automation and their Allen-Bradley products.

NHP is an authorised distributor for these products in designated areas of Australia. '

Part R – products, software and services in the Allen-Bradley, Rockwell Software and Guardmaster range. Part R has all you need to know about Rockwell Automation’s products – from motor protection and contactors to automation products and Automation Service & Training (AST). All prices in Part R are exclusive of GST, effective immediately.

NHP Electrical Engineering Products Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9429 2999

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