Can It Be Coated?

03 Sep Can It Be Coated?

As Parylene becomes more and more popular, we have received more questions than ever before about the product and the many different uses for this amazing invention. The first question that comes to mind when someone is researching Parylene is “What can be Parylene coated?” and “What is safe to coat with Parylene?”

While Parylene is an amazing tool when it comes to protecting and adding value to certain objects, you will want to be careful with what you decide to coat. Removing Parylene can be a tricky task. Once you decide if you want to protect an object with Parylene, make sure you are planning on not removing the coating for a long time.

When customers are researching Parylene and its conformal coating abilities, these common tools and objects are brought up when the subject of coating is being discussed:

• Circuit Boards (printed and non-printed)
• MEMS
• LED lights
• Catheters
• Pace-makers
• Needles
• Implantable Devices (medical implants)
• Stents
• Magnets
• Paper
• Paper products
• Sensors
• Ferrite Cores
• Metallic Blocks
• Optical Lenses
• Valves
• O-Rings
• Tubing
• Silicon wafers
• Keypads
• Stoppers
• Seals
• Mandrels
• Molds
• 3D printed molds
• Motor Assemblies
• Power supplies
• Backplanes
• Photo electronic cells
• Forceps
• Test tubes
• Probes
• Fiber optic components

The list of objects that proper coating of Parylene can protect are endless, and these are just a few common objects people inquire about. If you have any more questions about what is safe to coat, feel free to contact our specialists at any time.

Kisco is the leading conformal coating company, and our professionals would love to answer any of your questions or concerns about Parylene products and coating.