Parylene vs Humiseal

Posted by Sean Horn on Fri, Oct 30, 2015

The conformal coating process creates a protective barrier for product substrates. The type of coating material used is a consequence of several conditions: the variety of assembly/product being coated, the coating substance’s ability to provide appropriate protection, the external environment of the item’s material composition/intended use, and the coating’s process requirements

Acrylic vs Urethane Conformal Coating

Posted by Sean Horn on Tue, Apr 2, 2013

Acrylic and urethane conformal coating are widely used conformal coatings.  While they share the same methods of applications and ultimate end item uses, there are some differences that should be addressed prior to deciding what conformal coating is the best for your project.

Silicone vs. Urethane Conformal Coating

Posted by Sean Horn on Fri, Oct 12, 2012

Silicone and urethane are two of the most popular conformal coating types.  They are widely used for a variety of their properties, but which is a better coating?  While this ultimately depends on your application, let’s take a look at some of the pros and cons of each. Silicone Conformal Coating Benefits