The Basics of Parylene Removal

Posted by Advanced Coating on Apr 19, 2020 1:13:59 PM


Parylene is among the strongest, safest, and most reliable conformal coatings. It can coat surfaces of many sizes and shapes, all while performing under even the most extreme conditions. Naturally, this is excellent while the coating is doing its job--but how do you remove something designed to be so strong and permanent? Today we'll cover parylene removal, which techniques to avoid, and what you need to know.

Parylene Optical Properties, Explained

Posted by Advanced Coating on Mar 27, 2020 1:48:45 PM


Parylene coating has applications that range from space travel to the creation of prosthetic limbs. As a result, it must be strong and reliable. Still, it must also be subtle--that is, capable of doing its work without interrupting the function or purpose of the substrate material. The good news is that thanks to a long list of impressive optical properties, parylene coating never gets in the way, even when high levels of precision are required to maintain safety, health, or accuracy standards.

Parylene Coating and Aerospace

Posted by Jake Hinojoza on May 22, 2018 9:00:00 AM


Not so very long ago, it was hard to even imagine being able to travel cross-country in a day, let alone traveling across the world. And space travel was the subject of fictional stories. Today, all three of those goals have been realized, and, although you may not know it, it's possible, in part, to parylene.

The Fascination of Parylene

Posted by Jake Hinojoza on Dec 12, 2017 9:00:00 AM


The protective properties of parylene also this conformal coating to be used in industries from common individual products to aerospace, and military forces.

Parylene, unlike other conformal coatings, provides a uniquely thin and pinhole-free coverage to mediums and protects it from environmental damage, high temperatures, oxygen, chemicals, and more. A parylene coating is micro-cleaned with intricate procedures that guarantee a reliable and long-lasting coating. Although it can be applied to almost anything, including medical devices for placement inside the body, parylene isn't used everywhere; its benefits are usually reserved for products that have specific requirements.

Parylene Benefits and Processes

Posted by Jake Hinojoza on Oct 31, 2017 9:00:00 AM


When considering to conformal coating to use to protect your product, there are a lot to choose from. And more than just the conformal coating properties are taken into account. Cost, availability, and even logistic play a role in deciding what coating to use.

However, taking all of those factors account, parylene coating is one of the most used coatings because of its wide range of benefits and characteristics.