Parylene Coating Blog by Diamond-MT

UV-Cure Touchup and Parylene Coating

Posted by Sean Horn on Fri, Mar 25, 2016 @ 07:39 AM

A photochemical process used to preserve conformal coatings, adhesives, and inks, UV curing generates a variety of value-added properties in comparison to conventional curing techniques.  Applying high-intensity UV light to dry (cure) coatings or other substances, UV curing can provide instant results, increasing production speed while reducing the need for and number of typical set-up and clean-up processes.  Lowered operating costs and increased production capacity are further advantages of UV curing for many coating materials and processes. 

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Parylene for LEDs

Posted by Sean Horn on Fri, Mar 04, 2016 @ 08:00 AM

LED Lifespan as Effected by UV Light

Although LEDS are designed to provide as many as 100,000 hours of illumination under laboratory conditions, they are not nearly as resilient when subjected to persistent real-world, real-time usage.  Sensitive to electrical interference, moisture, UV light, and other persistent sources of physical damage, LEDs require protection to operate at levels anywhere near maximum efficiency.  Of all the conformal coatings available to deliver reliable safeguards on an ongoing basis, none surpasses parylene.

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Should I add UV Trace to Parylene Coating?

Posted by Sean Horn on Fri, Feb 12, 2016 @ 08:00 AM

Conformal Coatings and UV Trace

Conformal coatings provide exceptional protection for printed circuit boards (PCBs) and similar electrical assemblies, through a wide variety of operating circumstances, safeguarding their chemical, electrical, and/or mechanical properties. 

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Tags: parylene, UV trace, UV light and parylene