Automotive

KISCO parylene forms a thin polymer layer on most any surface, penetrating every possible crevice to provide a uniform coating that is unequaled by any other coating materials. Even in very thin layers, parylene exhibits characteristics which are invaluable in today’s automotive industry, a field where the trend is toward increasingly computerized, sensor-based analytical systems. For marine vehicles, which perform in even harsher environments,  parylene has excellent resistance to salt and water.

Typical Automotive Applications:

  • Pressure sensors
  • Flow sensors
  • Circuit board electronics (PCBs)
  • Monitoring and control systems
  • LED
  • Polymers (gaskets, seals)
  • Battery/cell power systems

Regardless of what environment in which your vehicles operate, all vehicles are characterized as extreme harsh environments for complex components – most of which require more specialized barrier protection. KISCO brands (diX parylene) rise to the occasion to meet these requirements.

KISCO Conformal Coating boasts the largest selection of parylene dimers. We manufacture three times the number available at other coating companies.

In addition to our standard parylene C and N, KISCO Conformal Coating offers an array of options not available anywhere else. Our proprietary brands of parylene dimers are distinguished by a long list of notable features that offer us a clear advantage. All demonstrate excellent barrier and dielectric properties, as well as strong barriers against moisture and chemicals/solvents.

Excellent UV and Thermal Stability (to 450 C)

Excellent Thermal Stability (up to 400 C)

MilSpec, faster deposition rates, barrier properties as good as diX-C (with higher heat tolerance)

Thermal stability, characteristics similar to diX-C for barrier and mechanical resistance.