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Phillips Industries releases support system for auxiliary charging systems using Qwik-Clamp technology


Managing Editor of Fleet Equipment Magazine

Phillips Industries has released a new Qwik-Clamp for Charging Cables with an insert designed for single or dual pole applications, as well as a new Qwik-Clamp 20-in. Tracker Spring Kit with Qwik-Clamp for Charging Cables. 

According to Phillips, without proper support, cables can tangle, rub, sag and drag, leading to damage that results in downtime or violations. These new products offer cable support designed specifically for charging cables combined with Qwik-Clamp technology, Phillips says.

The Qwik-Clamp for charging cables combines the technology of the Qwik-Clamp hose holder with an insert designed specifically to hold 2, 4, or 6 gauge dual or single pole charging cables. The red disc-like insert is the key component in the design for this hose holder, installed on the cable first and then locked into place by securing the Qwik-Clamp around it. Both the clamp and insert are non-corrosive and UV resistant. 

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Phillips says the Qwik-Change 20-in. Tracker Spring Kit with Qwik-Clamp for Charging Cables combines the technology of the Qwik-Clamp for charging cables with the strength and durability of Phillips’ 20-in. tender spring kit for an all-in-one charging cable support system. This product is designed for quick installation without compromising the quality necessary to keep charging cables off the deck plate, Phillips says. The spring is constructed of heavy gauge pre-galvanized wire, and the large carabiner wire-gate clip hooks and unhooks the entire system onto the back of the cab without having to unbolt the sliding tracker bar, the company adds. 



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