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National Standard Parts Associates, Inc (NSPA) recognized early on that electrical failures were major problems in the industry and that wire corrosion and wire pull-out were the two main causes of electrical failures. The Sealed Electrical System™ (SES) is the solution to this multi-billion dollar problem. NSPA started assembling our first crimp-style heat shrink connectors in the early 1980’s. Today we are one of the leading manufacturers of sealed, heat shrink connectors and terminals. After 30 years, our motto has stayed the same, “Do It Once, Do It Right!” NSPA is a family owned business that still operates today using traditional values and understands the importance of honesty, integrity, and building strategic alliances with its customers.

About our Customers
Currently, we sell our products worldwide, but only through approved distributors and a handful of select original equipment manufactures (OEM).  We have an extensive network of retail and industrial accounts throughout the United States and Canada. If you are not a distributor, have no fear!  If you find anything of interest on our site, please contact us and we will send you information about our products and help to find a distributor in your area.

About our Competition
Our products are similar to those you might find from Raychem, 3M, AMP/Tyco Electronics, or ETC Molex; but what separates us from our competition is that our focus is narrowed to our Sealed Electrical System.  Additionally, NSPA provides value-added programs to our customers that help maximize the sale of these products.  We will work with your company to implement successful promotions with a targeted focus and can design effective sales tools to help you grow your business!

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