Dayton-Granger manufactures a line of general aviation, commercial and military aircraft, vehicular antennas as well as electrostatic dischargers and retainers. The company also produces radome lightning diverters and composite structures for all aircraft up through supersonic. DG offers an electrostatic service to assist in isolating and correcting environmentally produced electrostatic noise interference on aircraft with improper bonding, ineffective static dischargers or isolated metal panels. The company has an electrostatic test lab and a lightning simulation lab for testing radomes, antennas and other products with electrostatics and lightning attachments. DG occupies a 105,000-square-foot facility located adjacent to the Fort Lauderdale International Airport on 18 acres of land.