Intersolar 2014 - Custom Solar Wire Management Solutions

Nine Fasteners, Inc. will be exhibiting at Intersolar North America 2014, July 8th – 10th in San Francisco, CA.

HOPKINTON, Mass., June 30, 2014 -- Nine Fasteners, Inc. is extremely excited to introduce fantastic NEW ADDITIONS to our product line. Over the course of the last few months we have been working in conjunction with some of the biggest names in the solar industry in order to improve and expand upon our current offerings.


We strive to be the premier name in standard and custom solar wire management clips and are able to offer application specific clip design and manufacturing. Nine Fasteners has worked with Enphase Energy and Unirac in the past, and is currently working with a number of other mounting manufacturers and EPCs in creating specialized clips for their needs.

Nine Fasteners welcomes the opportunity to discuss a variety of new wire management clip designs of the highest quality at extremely cost effective prices. There is no project too big or small, so if your organization has not yet been able to find the wire management solution it is looking for, don't hesitate to visit us.

Nine Fasteners, Inc. will be exhibiting at Intersolar North America 2014, July 8th – 10th in San Francisco, CA. We look forward to meeting with you at booth 9125 and discussing how we may best assist you with your wire management requirements.

If you are not able to attend this year's show, please reach out to Vin Marino, Nine Fastener's Product Manager, with any questions or inquiries you may have. Vin's email address is vin@ninefasteners.com. He can also be reached by phone locally at 774.759.1101 or toll free at 800.539.3939.

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