Ultra-thin, Lightweight Conformal Coating Protection Increases the Reliability of Critical Electronics

December 12, 2017 at 2:00 PM EST / 1:00 PM CST / 11:00 AM PST / 7:00 PM GMT

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Engineers are tasked with increasing the reliability of components that continue to grow in complexity and decrease in dimension.  For many years, conformal coatings have offered valuable protection, but many simply do not offer the level that is required for today’s innovative technologies. Ultra-thin and lightweight, Parylene conformal coatings enhance the reliability of devices and components, including PCBs, sensors, LEDs, MEMS, semiconductor products and elastomeric seals, to name a few. Engineers may draw upon one or more of the polymer’s attributes and properties:  truly conformal and pinhole-free coverage (no voids or gaps), thermal stability up to 350 ͦC long-term (450 ͦ C short-term), superior moisture and chemical barrier properties, high dielectric strength per unit thickness and low coefficient of friction. 


This webinar will discuss Parylene coatings – how they are applied, their properties and benefits, and the industries and applications where Parylenes commonly provide reliable protection.  The presentation will also review advances in adhesion technologies, which have significantly increased bonding to difficult surfaces (e.g., highly polished metals and a variety of polymers), and the use of Parylene as a structural, nano-scale material. 

  
 Presented by: 

Tim Seifert
Military & Avionics Market Manager
Specialty Coating Systems


Tim Seifert is a 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.  Seifert has over 15 years of experience in the industrial market, including roles in sales, market research and product marketing, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.


Rakesh Kumar, PhD
SCS Vice President of Technology
Specialty Coating Systems


Dr. Rakesh Kumar is currently the Vice President of Technology for Specialty Coating Systems where he leads the R&D group and manages Parylene research and development activities worldwide. His prior work experience includes technical and management positions with United Panel, Inc., Lucent Technologies, and OptronX, Inc. He has more than 20 years of extensive experience in the development of polymeric materials and their applications in the medical, electronics and semiconductors areas.


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