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IMI Systems is a defense systems house specializing in the development, manufacturing, marketing and implementation of end to end combat-proven solutions for the land, air, naval and homeland security (HLS) requirements of the modern battlefield

Combat Engineering

  • Qualitative Pyrotechnic Systems for Aerospace & Military Applications

    IMI systems is the national center of excellence for solid rocket propulsion where in-house rocket science engineers are developing and producing solid propulsion systems for various types of applications:

    • Hypersonic rocket motors for interceptor missiles
    • Powerful Boosters for Satellite Launchers
    • UAV Boosters
    • Thruster Kit for Attitude Control
    • Lightweight motors for shoulder-launched anti-tank weapons
    • Surface-to-air and naval missiles.
  • Safe & ARM Devices (S&A)

  • Missile Destruction / Separation Assembly

  • FLSC
    (Fexible Linear Shaped Charges)

  • Pyrotechnic

  • Pyrotechnic

  • Pyrotechnic
    Actuators-Explosive Bolts

  • Pyrotechnic

  • Command Cords (Explosive Transfer Lines) & Manifolds #2

  • Command Cords (Explosive Transfer Lines) & Manifolds #1

  • Confined Detonation Fuze Cord (CDF) #2

  • Confined Detonation Fuze Cord (CDF) #1

  • Gas Generator 1A/1W

  • Joint Assault Bridge for Armored Vehicles (JAB)

    Joint Assault Bridge System

    A fully tracked armored engineering vehicle

    • Provide Mobility Augmentation Companies with bridging capabilities to cross gaps and obstacles in combat
    • Based on a hydraulically actuated AVLB MLC 85 Scissor Bridge
    • Selected by the US Army to replace the existing AVLB for the US Abrams tank


  • Urban POMINS
    Portable Mine & IED Neutralization System

    Rocket launched grenade chain for destruction of wire fences, barriers and Improved Explosive Devices (IED) in open & urban scenarios

    • Produces shock wave and fragmentation
    • Length of fully deployed grenade chain – 25m
    • Highest point in flight – 4m
    • Carried and operated by two soldiers
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    Electronic Time Initiator

    • A  new electronic time initiator designed to detonate explosives from a safe distance
    • Incorporates an electronic S&A, which meets MIL-STD 1316 and guarantees fail-safe logic
    • Accurate detonation time is achieved using 2 independent digital timers
    • All safety functions are checked by automatic BIT during power up
  • Breaching Frame
    Pyrotechnic Breaching Device

    • A remotely-activated pyrotechnic breaching device
    • Designed to create a passageway for military and law enforcement personnel
    • Available in various grain sizes
    • Comprises an initiator, flexible transfer cord and detonator
    • Can integrate IMI’s MATCHBOX electronic time initiator
    • 3 way attachment – elescoping pole, magnetic tape and double-sided tape
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  • Foot Mobile Assault Bridge (FMAB)

    Foot Mobile Assault Bridge

    Light, modular and rapidly deployed assault Foot Bridge for infantry troops

      • A variant of the SPB
      • In use and combat proven by the U.S. Marines corps (NSN 5420-01-580-5748 FMAB)


    • Awarded by the DoD



  • Sectional Personnel Bridge (SPB)

    Sectional Personnel Bridge

    Light, modular and rapidly deployed assault Foot Bridge for infantry troops

    • Dry gaps up to 35m with no intermediate support
    • Wet gap employment over 50m with floats every 20m [anchoring as required]
    • No equipment or personnel required on the far bank of the obstacle
    • No special equipment or tools required
    • Rapidly emplaced: 36m in less than 10 minutes
    • Launch & retrieval – either bank
    • Each section: 4m long; 42 kg; carried by 2 soldiers
  • Tandem Assault Crossing System (TACS)

    Tandem Assault Crossing System

    Assault bridging system enabling armored forces multiple-gap-crossing capability with enhanced maneuverability on the battlefield:

    • Enables operation in mountain terrain
    • Comprised of an Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge (AVLB) launcher and two identical MLC-70 bridges 11.7m long each, capable of spanning gaps up to 11m wide
    • Guarantees high survivability and redundancy
    • The bridges can be launched and recovered from either end
    • AVLB can carry and launch the TACS with no major changes