Military and Aerospace
MILITARY AND AEROSPACE CONFORMAL COATING SOLUTIONS
Parylene: Mission-critical Protection
Military, defense, and aerospace engineers face complex challenges when designing sensitive components into mission-critical applications. Harsh outdoor environments (temperature, moisture, dust, UV, etc.), as well as exposure to chemicals, corrosion, gases, and fumes, require the unsurpassed protection of VSI Parylene’s conformal parylene coatings. Resistant to salt spray and chemically inert, parylene is safe from acid and alkaline and offers the ultimate in thin, lightweight, optically clear conformal protection.
Approved in MIL Specs
Ready for any military or defense application, parylene is known as “Type XY” in MIL specs and is listed on the Quality Products List (QPL) for MIL-I-46058 and meets the requirements for IPC-CC-830. For a full list of parylene’s properties and full specifications, see our Parylene Properties page or contact an engineer about your specific application today.
Highest Level of Protection
The latest advances in smart technologies, like wearable sensors, wearable electronics, and smart clothing, rely on sensitive microelectronics and circuity components requiring the highest levels of protection from humidity, pressure, temperature, and other environmental variables. As a conformal coating, parylene is essential to the protection of printed circuit boards and assemblies, and its mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties make it ideal for use in defense, military, and aerospace applications.
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DUNS 023947053 / CAGE 79XE1 / NAICS 332812 / SIC 3479
|MILITARY AND AEROSPACE APPLICATIONS|
|Electronics Circuits / Card Assemblies / Backplanes|
|Fiber Optic Components|
|Flight Deck Controls|
|Gaskets and Seals|
|Integrated Circuit (IC) Technology|
|LEDs (Video Displays, LED Billboards, Marine or Vehicle Lighting,
Transportation Signals, and Signage)
|MIcroelectromechanical Systems (MEMS)|
|Munitions and Weapons|
|Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) and PCB Assemblies (PCBAs)|
|Sensors and Sensing Systems|