Cole Hersee’s New Catalog

Monday, July 13, 2009

Cole Hersee Company, a manufacturer of heavy-duty electrical, electronic, and digital products for vehicle industries, including the marine industry, introduced its new Marine Catalog, D100. This newly designed, full color catalog details the company’s line of switches and products for the marine industry. 

Cole Hersee’s newly restructured catalog offers complete product descriptions with full color product pictures.  This all-inclusive marine product catalog has many helpful and informative sidebars and three indexes. The Marine Catalog features many new products, including the Low Voltage Disconnect Switch, Smart Battery Isolator, and a new Master Battery Disconnect Switch.

To receive a copy of Cole Hersee’s Marine Catalog, e-mail: sales@colehersee.com.

(www.colehersee.com)

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