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RS Components is proud to announce the expansion of its range of Clipsal products to include over 900 new products, including the marketing-leading and award-winning 56 Series range of industrial switchgear.

Industrial switchgear, being one of the most important components of industry, must be tough, safe, able to take hard knocks and give reliable performance under many adverse conditions.

Highly reliable and flexible, the 56 Series industrial switchgear has enjoyed a reputation for being the toughest and most trusted industrial switchgear on the Australian market since 1981.

“The addition of the Clipsal 56 range is a substantial boost to our electrical offer and underlines our commitment to provide customers with the most comprehensive selection of parts for a myriad of local applications and conditions,” RS Components Managing Director for ANZ, Scott Philbrook, said.

“At RS, we work closely with key manufacturers like Clipsal by Schneider to deliver the products our customers need, when and where they need them. When you buy the Clipsal 56 series from RS, you can be sure that you have chosen a product that makes no compromise on quality.”

Being a customer preferred product is largely due to the fact that the 56 Series is designed and tested locally, with the majority of the range manufactured right here in Australia.

RS customers can now enjoy 24/7 access to the 56 series from Clipsal. With over 600+ products in stock in its Sydney warehouse, plus access to hundreds more in its extended range offer. With local sales support backed by dedicated sourcing, customer service, and technical teams, RS Components is your one-stop supplier for the iconic 56 series products from Clipsal.

This partner content was brought to you by RS Components. For more information, please visit www.au.rs-online.com/web.

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