The parylene variants are resistant to solvents and protect substrates solvents. This high level of security is maintained through temperatures of 150° C, seldom encountered in the actual use of PCBs or related electronics. These properties are largely a development of the unique molecular structure of parylene polymers, rendering them:Read More
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Although its basic component is remarkably small – with 25,400,000 nanometers included in just one inch(!!) -- nanotechnology encompasses a growing, interdisciplinary field with an unlimited future. Nanowires and nanotubes are used in transistors for printed circuit boards (PCBs) and associated electronic assemblies. Bio-nanobatteries, capacitators, LCDs, and microprocessors represent just a few nano-applications, which include uses for aerospace, agricultural, automotive, consumer, industrial, medical, military and oceanic products.Read More
Despite parylene’s numerous benefits as a conformal coating, it has several disadvantages that should be recognized before it is used. Failure mechanisms that can emerge from parylene coatings have limited its wider scale application in comparison to liquid conformal films such as acrylic, epoxy, silicon, and urethane. In many situations, wet coatings can provide better performance and lower cost (or both) for many applications.Read More
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Since its discovery in the 1940s, Parylene has skyrocketed to prominence as an ideal conformal coating choice for a range of applications. Given its unique blend of properties, it might seem like an unparalleled conformal coating option. In many ways, it is. Here are five key properties of Parylene that differentiate it from the rest.
For all of Parylene's strengths, it has one key drawback—Parylene's resistance to ultraviolet (UV) radiation is limited. Most formulations of Parylene gradually yellow when exposed to the kind of UV light that's produced by the sun. While this isn't a problem when Parylene gets used to conformally coat a printed circuit board that's sealed in a box, it can be a problem when a display made of Parylene-coated LEDs is installed outdoors.