Protect and Enhance Your Products with Parylene Coatings

Ask an engineerParylene Coating Guide


Whether you are designing a new product or looking for improvements to your existing supply chain, VSi is focused on proactive solutions for accelerated and evolving technologies.

Parylene as a medical device coating used for barrier layer protection.


Parylene coating protects medical devices from moisture, electrical charges, bodily fluids, and contamination.


Parylene coating medical devices, Parylene Dielectric layer on medical devices


Parylene coating provides electrical insulation that controls the electrical current path and prevents arcing.


Parylene coating medical devices, Parylene on Endoscope for dry lubricity


Parylene coating lowers surface friction to improve medical device control and reduce trauma to blood vessels for patients.


Parylene coating medical devices, Parylene as a drug adhesion tie layer on catheters and guide wires


Parylene coating promotes adhesion of drugs or lubricious coatings onto medical devices.


VSi Parylene’s Complete Guide To Parylene Coatings

A comprehensive guidebook with detailed information on parylene properties and the coating process. Includes a full comparison to other conformal coatings.

  • Parylene benefits and applications
  • How the vapor deposition process works
  • Detailed material properties of parylene
  • Compare parylene to other coatings
  • Design guidelines

Case Studies

Featured Blogs

Parylene vs. Teflon Coating

Whether you’re manufacturing electronics or medical equipment, the coating you use can make all the difference. Parylene and Teflon are versatile conformal coatings used in many of today’s industrial and commercial industries. Both are used to enhance strength, function, and increase the life cycles of everyday products while providing protection from rust and corrosion. While…

Making Parylene More Accessible to the Medical Device Industry

How is VSi Parylene Making Parylene More Accessible for the Medical Industry?   Parylene is a high-performance, conformal coating used to enhance the surface properties of critical medical device components. Surface treatment benefits include dry lubricity, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved biocompatibility and effective barrier protection against moisture, chemical and electrical damage.…

The Important Differences Between ‘Water-Resistant’, ‘Waterproof’, and ‘IPX-rated Waterproof’

The demand for products with built-in water protection is at an all time high as consumers continue to look to do more with their devices. As manufacturers look to meet this growing demand for waterproof electronics, vague jargon and clever  advertising has cropped up everywhere. With this general lack of clarity, how does one go…

What Customers Say

Protect and Enhance Your Products
with Parylene Coatings