Fire Destroys Hardened Power Systems Shop

A fire has destroyed the manufacturing facility of Hardened Power Systems, a research, design and fabrication facility in middle Tennessee. Popular among radio amateurs for their portable power hardware the DHAP, and other unique equipment. Current orders destroyed, but owner Bill Harrison says they will be back.


Filed under: Ham Radio Tagged: business, dhap
Jeff Davis, KE9V, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Indiana, USA.

One Response to “Fire Destroys Hardened Power Systems Shop”

  • Bill Harrison KK4JPT:

    Hey guys… we are down but not out. We have launched a crowd-funding effort that can help us get back up even faster… see it here:

    http://www.gofundme.com/hardened

    73, everyone. The support we have seen is inspiring and humbling.

    Bill Harrison
    Founder, Hardened Power Systems

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