New solution to an old problem


Leading SA based industrial supply company, NPA Pty Ltd has released a new, long-awaited Nylon Hole Plug and Snap Bushing to fill a gap in its extensive range of hole sizes.

The new 40mm size Hole Plug and Bush were specially designed after extensive consultation with the switchboard manufacturing, steel frame home builders and enclosure manufacturers sectors to a meet a strong demand for these specific size parts.

The new parts are designed to solve the old, time consuming and labour intensive problem of having to use a glue to help hold a standard 38mm Hole Plug or Snap Bush into a pre punched 40mm hole.

With the new 40mm size, NPA offers a simple, fast and efficient solution for either filling an unwanted hole or using a correctly fitting Snap Bush to protect cables and wiring when threading them through panels or framing.

Now there is no need for messy glues – a quick snap into the hole and the job is done.

The new product is suitable for use in panels up to 3.2mm thick

They can save businesses significant time, resulting in lower labour costs and increased production.

NPA Pty Ltd
Ph: 08 8268 2733

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