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Imprex is committed to providing the highest quality products and services to its customers.

Before shipping to a customer, Imprex's VPI systems are inspected, tested, evaluated, and calibrated by an Imprex engineer. Systems can be built to ASME code and designed and engineered according to individual requirements.

In the Imprex VPI Job Shop, each stage of the VPI process is monitored and documented. Quality and custom processes, such as basket size, part orientation, custom baskets, and dividers, are engineered prior to the product arriving at our loading dock. Once here, a travel tag with process specifications and requirements follows the product each step of the way - from the time it’s unloaded off the truck to shipment back to the customer. Customer requirements and specifications are noted and products can be traced back to identify the systems operator, process specifications, time in the shop, and leak testing documentation.

We test our resins weekly, compare batch numbers, and audit our equipment specifications. A complete history of a batch can be traced. We also keep training records of our employees, who are instructed to carry out and document procedures.

Our reputation is built on our customers receiving the highest quality product - whether it is a custom engineered VPI system installed in their factory, or a pallet of sealed products from our job shop.

Imprex meets quality specifications and process requirements as defined in the specifications listed below.

  • MIL-I-17563C
  • MIL-STD-276A
  • GM 9985734
  • Ford ESEM4G17B
  • ESAN M4G210-A
  • Chrysler MS9543
  • Cummins Diesel 18187
  • General Dynamics 0-041350
  • Boeing Aircraft Bal 5500
  • Boeing Aerospace Bal 5591
  • Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
  • NSF (National Sanitary Foundation)