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Northern Connectors provides a wide range of products offering a protection rating of IP65, which means the products are dust-tight and safeguarded from any water that can be projected from a nozzle. Our products with an IP65 characteristic include automation products, cable glands, USB service interfaces and ethernet components.

Degrees of Protection - First Digit

An IP code's first digit demonstrates the degree that persons are safeguarded against both contact with moving parts - excluding smooth rotating shafts and similar parts - and the level of protection regarding solid foreign bodies being prevented from intruding into an enclosure.

Degrees of Protection - Second Digit

The second digit of an IP code indicates the level of protection that equipment inside the enclosure receives with regard to the entry of various forms of moisture, including spraying and dripping.

What Our Customers Say

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“I am writing to your company today to say a very big thank you, I mainly speak to Fran she is such a lovely lady, nothing is to much trouble and your assembly workers are brilliant they have very kindly fitted in many urgent orders for me over the years and always deliver on time.

I love working with your company it is excellent so please say a very big thank you to all your staff, they have done you proud.”

Woods, Essex
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“Once again many thanks for your very good service response, I wish I could say all companies we deal with are like this, but sadly that is not always the case!”

Combstock, Hereford

Long Term, Flexible Call-Offs

We can facilitate your Kanban, Just-in-Time requirements and schedule orders over a 12 month period, supporting contracts that require that extra level of support and taking advantage of secure pricing levels and stock availability.

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