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Take the lead with ISO

14-12-2011
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NHP Electrical Engineering has extended its quality range of ISO plugs and sockets.

The range now includes 3 Round Pin, 20 + 32 amp single phase straight plugs, socket outlets, combination switched socket outlets and surface switches.

All of these are available in both grey and chemical resistant orange.

The 3 Round Pin series is ideal for applications where high current capacity is required in a single phase power situation such as data centres.

Following in the successful footsteps of previous ISO products, the new 3 Round Pin series incorporates the same stand out features.

This includes AS/NZS 3123 compliance, a large ribbed locking ring and handle for easy installation in wet or dry conditions and a large latch for easy opening and closing.

The range also includes a switch handle that can be padlocked in either the ON or OFF position.

All switches come complete with two switching poles supplied as standard and an IP66 Rating.

The 3 Round Pin series is available through authorised electrical wholesalers.

NHP Electrical Engineering Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9429 2999
www.nhp.com.au

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