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Military Conformal Coatings: Acrylic vs Urethane vs Parylene

Posted by Sean Horn on Fri, Nov 24, 2017

Conformal Coatings For Military Electronics Military electronics need to operate without fail under conditions of extreme duress. The role of conformal coatings — acrylic, urethane, and parylene — as protective insulators of the printed circuit board (PCB) assemblies that guide automated military systems is well-documented, and continually under review to develop enhanced performance p

Best Electronics Coatings

Posted by Sean Horn on Fri, Nov 17, 2017

Available in five basic material types, conformal coatings can be readily adapted as protective, insulating films for electronics. However, there can be some confusion about which type is best-suited for a specific use. Clearly defining the performance parameters for the component[s] to-be-coated helps coordinate the conformal film material with a unit’s functional requirements. Accurate assessm

Is Parylene a Conformal Coating?

Posted by Sean Horn on Fri, Nov 10, 2017

If, for some reason, you are told parylene is NOT a conformal coating, simply because it has no liquid phase of application, just walk away. And maybe have yourself a good laugh. For, as you may already know, parylene has repeatedly proven itself to be the most definitive of conformal coatings, for a variety of […]