Parylene is a conformal coating that can be applied to electronic circuit board assemblies that is deposited as a gas in a vacuum chamber.
It is a completely different process to the normal liquid conformal coatings that are applied by alternative methods such as dip, brush and spray.
This difference means Parylene offer advantages and disadvantages in comparison.
For Parylene coating and electronics here are six key areas to consider.
- What is Parylene?
- Where is Parylene used?
- Why is Parylene used?
- The Parylene process
- Production requirements
- Removal and repair
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