Why You Should Use Parylene

Posted by Jake Hinojoza on Mar 27, 2018 9:00:00 AM

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As our electronics advance, they become smaller and smaller. The inner workings of electronics, however tiny, still need to be protected. Printed circuit boards, or PCBs, are the little pieces that make electronics run. To protect them from outside threats, they are covered in what is known as a conformal coating, or a non-conducive film covering. Parylene is a unique conformal coating that is applied as a vapor. Read on to learn more.

Conformal Coating for Military Applications

Posted by Jake Hinojoza on Mar 21, 2018 9:00:00 AM

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Conformal coatings are all around us in everyday objects and still most people don’t know what it is. Electronics need to be protected from environmental threats such as dust, water, temperature, and chemicals. To protect the printed circuit boards (PCBs) that make these electronics run, they are covered in non-conductive film, otherwise known as a conformal coating.

Parylene in Automotive Electronics

Posted by Jake Hinojoza on Feb 27, 2018 9:00:00 AM

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Automobiles are exposed to the elements along with chemicals on and off the road. Taking care to protect the electronic components with the proper conformal coating is essential. Parylene is a conformal coating that is applied as a chemical vapor and is know to cover even irregular surfaces tightly.

Conformal Coatings and Today's Military

Posted by Jake Hinojoza on Jan 9, 2018 9:00:00 AM

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Conformal coatings are used to protect printed circuit boards within electronics. Without this protection, electronics would fail after contact with a chemical, water, or other environmental hazards. Many industries use conformal coatings, but the military is an example of an industry that needs their devices protected from extreme situations.