Corporation has been a manufacturer and global supplier of dip molded
flexible vinyl products for nearly 50 years. Starting with the
pioneering formulations and process equipment developed by our
founder Jack Harman in the late 1950’s and early 60’s, Harman
Corporation has been manufacturing in Rochester, MI since 1963. The
company’s product line includes plastic caps, grips and plugs; high
temperature paint masks, custom dip molding and injection molding. A
broad range of companies throughout the world finds value in Harman
Corporation’s experience, outstanding customer service and
over four decades of experience producing standard and custom dip
molded parts in a variety of colors and textures, Harman
Corporation’s resources allow us to provide timely and
cost-effective parts for your application. By combining our in-house
manufacturing, tooling, and material compounding capabilities with
the extensive resources of our global suppliers, Harman Corporation
has the capabilities to manufacture custom dip molded products and a
complete spectrum of standard components. Products are manufactured
on one of our 23 molding machines with material tank capacities from
50# to 1200# and part length capabilities from .250” to 24.000”.
This range of process equipment and tooling allows us to schedule
your order, from 1000 to 10,000,000 pieces, in an efficient and
Corporation has extended its supplier network to include multiple
domestic and international sources for complimentary product lines.
We currently supply these types of products to a number of companies
including OEM’s with point of use locations around the world.
These complimentary products, our manufacturing and logistical
capabilities, combined with our responsiveness and focus customer
service, enables Harman Corporation to be your single source for
standard and custom molded products.
in Rochester, Michigan, Harman Corporation provides free samples and
quotations upon request through the company’s web site,
or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also call (248) 651-4477 or send a fax to (248) 651-4495.