Webinar de Special Coating Systems – Parylene

You are Invited to Attend a Free Webinar:

Enhance Product Design and Dependability with Advanced Coating Technologies

Date: Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. EST

Presenters: Aaron Thomas, Director of Market Segments
Lamar Young, Technical Manager

For decades, engineers have been tasked with designing new products that are not only smaller and lighter than previous generations, but they must also operate in increasingly challenging environments. These challenges are true in many industries, including electronics, medical, transportation, and aerospace and defense. From outer space and the deep sea to the human body, conformal coatings are often used to protect technologies from their surrounding environments.

To improve quality and reduce critical failures, design engineers are turning to advanced conformal coatings. For over 45 years, Parylene conformal coatings have enhanced the reliability of products in a wide range of applications, including LEDs, sensors, medical implantables, elastomers and more.

In recent years, the rapid growth of intelligent IoT devices and consumer electronics has highlighted the need for advanced protection in mass-produced electronics. Headphones, smart watches and other wearables require a high level of protection from sweat and accidental spills during everyday activities.

This webinar will provide the participants an opportunity to learn more about the use of Parylene coatings across various applications as well as an overview of the many unique properties and benefits, including:

• Superior moisture and chemical barrier properties
• High dielectric strength in ultra-thin films
• Thermal stability up to 350°C long-term (450°C short-term)
• Dry-film lubricity/low coefficient of friction
• Truly conformal and pinhole-free coverage (no voids or gaps)
• Biocompatibility per ISO 10993 and USP Class VI
To register for this free event, visit SCSwebinars.com or

https://mailchi.mp/eb0392eac336/scs-invites-you-to-a-conformal-coatings-webinar?e=33b1456386

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