Parylene's properties dictate its ability to act as a truly conformal, thin-film coating with powerful capabilities to serve as a dielectric layer, biocompatible barrier, and optically transparent material, to name just a few.
We've assembled the most comprehensive guide to parylene's properties and their practical implications to serve as your go-to resource for determining if parylene is right for your applications, which parylene type to use, and what to expect from the process.
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WHAT YOU'LL GET IN THIS GUIDE
The Engineer's Parylene Properties Comprehensive Guidebook contains all of the technical information and practical knowledge you need on parylene properties in one place.
Parylene's unique dielectric strength, elecrical insulation and dissipation factors are all invaluable in electronics.
Young's Modulus, tensile and yield strength, and parylene's resistance to wear and abrasion are explored in this guide.
(Coming soon) As an optical film layer, parylene provides useful absorption, transmission, and refraction of light.
Coating thickness is a chief concern for many applications as well as gas permeability and chemical resistance.
Find the ideal temperature operating range for different polymers and their thermal conductivity and stability.
Parlyene Polymer Types
Which polymers are appropriate for which applications? How does polymer choice affect the coating process? Find out in the guide.
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