PCB Maker IMI Achieves MIL-PRF-31032 Qualification


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IMI, Inc. announced today that they have received notification of qualification to build to MIL-PRF-31032/1, /2 from the Defense Logistics Agency in Columbus Ohio. IMI has long been qualified to MIL-PRF-55110-G, providing quality product to military customers and applications.

Peter Bigelow, IMI President & CEO commented, “Achieving MIL-PRF-31032 qualification confirms IMI’s long standing commitment to supporting America’s military and defense needs and the electronics companies that provide the electronics, systems and controls that demand MIL-31032 qualified product. We look forward to further expanding our MIL-PRF-31032 qualification to cover our full range of capabilities including some PTFE materials.”

About IMI, Inc.

Founded in 1971, IMI, Inc. is a world recognized fabricator of substrates and printed circuit boards serving the demanding RF/Microwave, military, communications and ruggedized industrial markets. IMI’s customers include the who’s who of technology leaders as well as emerging, next generation companies. For more information click here

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