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Another great testimonial!

As we just recently finished our first Lightning Protection System, I wanted to send a letter to Thank Harger for all the help and support along the way. The entire process went smoothly. I feel like much of the credit goes to the incredible training I received at Harger University.

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Harger Receives Gold Safety Award

Harger’s North Carolina Facility Receives Gold Safety Award for Second Consecutive Year from N.C. Department of Labor

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COVID-19 Update 4-6-20

COVID-19 Update

April 6, 2020

Today is Day 16 of the Illinois Shelter-In-Place Order. We are pleased to report that our company is still fully operational, and we have no team members that have contracted the virus at this time. In the past week, we have taken further steps both in Fairmont and Grayslake to help make both plants safe.
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COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

March 30, 2020

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Custom Lid Engraving

Never guess what’s in your ground access well

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Busbars - What are they and when are they used?

Busbars are incredible pieces of technology that make complicated power distribution much easier, less expensive and more flexible. Today’s sensitive electronic environments require specialized bonding and grounding techniques, but what exactly is a busbar? Busbars distribute electricity with greater ease and flexibility than some other more permanent forms of installation and distribution. Understanding high frequency, equipotential ground planes and signal reference subsystems are imperative when protecting advanced electronic systems, and grounding busbars play a critical role.