Specialty Coating Systems (SCS) is pleased to announce that it will host a webinar entitled “Developments in Conformal Coatings for Tomorrow’s Advanced Technologies” on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 2 p.m. EDT.
Presented by SCS’s Dustin England, Sr. Polymer Chemist, and Dick Molin, Medical Market Manager, the webinar will focus on Parylene’s unique properties, its method of deposition, advances made in adhesion technologies and examples of applications that benefit from Parylene’s properties. The presenters also will review SCS’s newest halogen-free variant, ParyFree®.
For decades, the most advanced industries have used conformal coatings to protect components, assemblies and devices from their operating environments, providing barrier protection, electrical insulation, improved lubricity, immobilization of particulates and stabilization of delicate structures.
While there is a growing list of conformal coatings that offer one coating characteristic or another, a drawback of many modern coatings is that they are unable to protect the small, increasingly complex devices designed for the latest innovative technologies. Parylene is a dense, ultra-thin, inert, transparent coating that meets these unique challenges, providing highly useful dielectric and barrier properties per unit thickness, as well as extreme chemical inertness and freedom from pinholes.
Parylene protects components and devices in the electronics, aerospace, defense, transportation and energy markets. Because the coating is biocompatible, it is used on a myriad of implantable and non-implantable medical devices such as stents, critical electronic assemblies, cardio and neurostim devices, and much more.
As materials and applications continue to advance, Parylene coatings are increasingly being used to enhance the reliability of tomorrow’s most innovative technologies. For more information, visit www.scscoatings.com.