BRANDFORD, CT /PRNewswire/ -- Harco Laboratories has recently completed an expansion at The Offshore Group's Bellavista Industrial Park. Due to its continued growth, and in support of its customer base, the company has expanded into a larger facility. With the completion of the expansion, Harco Laboratories now has over 80,000 sq. ft. of space for manufacturing, design, and support between its Connecticut and Mexico facilities.
Harco has been in business since 1951 and is a designer and manufacturer of component hardware and air data systems for aerospace, industrial, and marine applications. A partial listing of the companies we supply include Hamilton Sundstrand, Pratt & Whitney, Honeywell, Boeing, Eaton Aerospace, Eclipse Aviation, Embraer, Pilatus Aircraft, Rolls Royce, Spirit Aerosystems, Sikorsky, all major Airlines, GE Packaged Power Services, the U.S government, and operators of GE LM 1600, 2500, 5000, 6000, and LMS100 series gas turbines and Pratt & Whitney FT8 and FT4 series gas turbines.
The company designs and manufactures air data probes, Pitot probes, Pitot static probes, Pitot AOA probes, heated static ports, outside air temperature probes, total air temperature probes, air data computers, high-temperature RTD's, speed sensors, high-temperature thermocouples, thermocouple harness assemblies, electrical harness assemblies, magneto optical sensors, and high-security switches. In addition, we manufacture and sell replacement thermocouples, thermocouple harness assemblies, electrical cable assemblies, speed sensors, and RTD's for LM1600, LM2500, LM5000 all models, LM6000 all models, LMS100, FT4, FT8, and Allison /Rolls-Royce 501 industrial and marine gas turbines. We have a full development team consisting of electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, software engineers, designers, and quality engineers, who can work with you to develop hardware for your specific application or modify our existing hardware to meet your needs.
About The Offshore Group
The Offshore Group is the largest provider of outsourced manufacturing support, or "shelter," services, and has enabled manufacturers to start up and maintain production facilities in Mexico at reduced risk and cost since 1986.