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Barker Microfarads - BMI  Profile

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Barker Microfarads - BMI  Company Overview

Founded in October of 1990, Barker Microfarads, Inc. (BMI) is a manufacturer of high quality, high reliability aluminum electrolytic capacitors. BMI currently offer a broad range of Axial- and Radial-leaded DC capacitors, as well as a full line of AC Motor Start capacitors.

Barker Microfarads - BMI  Products

The types of products manufactured by Barker Microfarads - BMI include AC Motor Start Capacitors, Military Spec Capacitors, Mini Axial Capacitors, Mini Radial Capacitors, Tubular Axial Capacitors.

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