Conformal Coatings Increase Reliability of Critical Aerospace/Defense Systems and Components

Available On-Demand until December 19, 2017

Available on Monday, December 19, 2016

In the aerospace and defense industries, conformal coatings are used to protect components from the increasingly harsh environments in which they must operate. As technologies continue to advance, often becoming smaller and more complex and/or utilizing advanced materials in their design, many surface treatment options struggle to provide reliable protection. This Tech Talk examines Parylene conformal coatings and how they ensure the reliability of critical components when failure is not an option.

Ultra-thin Parylene conformal coatings can enhance the reliability of components, including circuit boards, sensors, MEMS, LEDs, and elastomers, that are used in a wide variety of systems such as flight data and recording, communications, aircraft monitoring, fuel systems, landing gear and braking systems, lighting, UAVs, and satellites. 


This Tech Talk discusses:

• Overview of Parylene coatings, including their unique deposition process 

• Parylene’s properties: excellent chemical and moisture barrier, high dielectric strengths, thermal stability up to 350°C (short-term), and superior UV stability 
• Standards to which Parylene coatings qualify 
• Review of industry applications


Presenter:


     

Tim Seifert, Military & Avionics Market Manager, Specialty Coating Systems

Tim Seifert is the Military & Avionics Market Manager for Specialty Coating Systems where his focus includes global expansion of SCS’ electronics, automotive, aerospace, and military market activities and new applications for Parylene conformal coatings. Tim has over 15 years of experience in the industrial market, including roles in sales, market research, and product marketing. He and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University. West Lafayette, Indiana.


Moderator:

Lisa Arrigo, Tech Briefs Media Group

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