Industries:

Transportation

Parylene offers unparalleled protection for the journey ahead.

Transportation makes the world we know go round. When there is somewhere to go, you rely on some form of transportation to get there. Today’s modes of transport – automobiles, airplanes, trains, ships – collectively move people and goods to more places, more quickly and safely than ever before. Improvements in the sophistication of transportation electronics has led to major advancements in safety.  As one example, modern consumer automobiles now feature technologies such as automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, and even driver drowsiness monitoring to keep us safe and on the road. Parylene protects these complex, potentially life-saving electronic systems by encapsulating their delicate assemblies inside an ultra-thin, virtually impermeable polymer coating. Protected by parylene, these highly sensitive systems are better able to withstand the environmental extremes often found in travel – water, moisture, gas, dust, corrosive chemicals, temperature -while maintaining safe and continuous operation. Parylene coatings are completely inert, adhere as a gas (coating at thicknesses as low as 0.1 microns), and conform precisely to all surface topographies. Learn more about what parylene is and how it works here.

Transportation Applications

  • Printed circuit boards
  • Electronic assemblies
  • Rigid and flex circuits
  • Motor assemblies
  • Power supplies
  • Transducers
  • LED Displays
  • MEMS
  • Sensors

transportation applications

  • Printed circuit boards
  • Electronic assemblies
  • Rigid and flex circuits
  • Motor assemblies
  • Power supplies
  • Transducers
  • LED Displays
  • MEMS
  • Sensors

What makes Parylene a First Choice for transportation technology?

  • Outstanding barrier protection
  • Outstanding hydrophobicity
  • Exceptional dielectric properties
  • Exceptional dry lubricity
  • Superior thermal stability
  • Absolute conformability
  • Excellent UV stability
  • Prevents tin whisker growth
  • No curing or thermal stresses

certifications & Capabilities

ISO 9001: 2015
Certified

ITAR
Registered

ROHS, REACH
Compliant

MIL-46058C/ IPC830
Compliant

Listed on QPL
(MIL-I-46058)

Meets IPC-CC-830
Requirements

ISO class 7 (class 10,000)
clean rooms

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