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SCS to promote its Parylene coating system to UK audience in May

24 March 2011

Specialty Coating Systems (SCS) has announced its Spring 2011 Parylene Seminar schedule. The one-day seminars introduce Parylene coating applications for the medical device, electronics, automotive and aerospace industries. An SCS technical specialist will present the seminars, which will demonstrate how Parylene conformal coatings can be used as a surface modification system for numerous material, component and device challenges.

Parylene conformal coatings are ultra-thin, pinhole-free polymer coatings that offer a variety of surface treatment properties, including excellent moisture, chemical and dielectric barrier properties, thermal and UV stability, and dry-film lubricity. Parylene is equally at home in the medical device, automotive, electronics and aerospace/military industries.

For example, biocompatible Parylene is applied to coronary stents and cochlear implants; thermally-resistant Parylene to automotive under-the-hood and tyre pressure sensors and indicator lighting systems; UV-resistant Parylene on stadium and outdoor lighting displays; as well as chemical, moisture and dielectric barrier coatings on very high-value electronics for deep space probes and civilian and military aircraft avionics.

Additionally, as nanotechnologies push their respective envelopes into smaller and smaller dimensions, performance reliability in the various environments these devices encounter has prompted many manufacturers to investigate the world of Parylene conformal coatings.  Parylene is finding increasing applications in both these macro as well as nano worlds.

Whether you are casually interested in the polymer Parylene, are investigating it for possible application or have already decided to exploit its properties in your products, you are invited to attend a Parylene Seminar at any of these European locations:
 
Stuttgart, Germany 11 May 2011
Ramsau, Germany 12 May 2011
Cambridge, United Kingdom 17 May 2011
Galway, Ireland 19 May 2011

For more information and to register, click here.
 


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