Parylene coating contains not only excellent dielectric properties, low dielectric loss and high dielectric strength but also good mechanical properties and corrosion resistance. Based on its superior dimensional stability and cryogenic property, the device with parylene can withstand high breakdown voltages like 1.5KV, 2.0 KV and even 10KV voltage without changing the dimension, Applying high purity Parylene as a passivation layer and dielectric layer can offer quite a safe and reliable protection.
Parylene, being a coating material Authorized by FDA with high purity, chemical inertness and Biocompatibility, is used for various kinds of implantation. The parylene improve the device lubricity on the surface and Biocompatibility, increasing the reliability. Instead of heating and solidification, the film is formed at the room temperature and no catalyst is needed. Thus, biosensor, nail, bone lamella and cardiac pacemaker will have better Biocompatibility, which will be more reliable in the biotic environment.
At present, the potential parylene application comes from the common fields to the unknown area. with the emergence of auto-control of deposition, more and more fields of technology's getting familiar to this polymer even in the automatic industry.
Parylene is a transparency film which defines as a totally linear structural material with high crystalinity, being extremely thin and light as well as excellent barrier properties and chemical resistance. In addition to above advantages, honored as a new protective material for LED equipment, Parylene provides incomparable stability in the conditions of high temperature and ultraviolet ray, which is superior to almost all other polymeric mterials.
Up to now, Parylene is the best anticorrosive materials, which resists any corrosion of strong acid, alkali and solvent. In particular, it helps the products avoid the influences from moisture, salt mist, corrosive gas and other severe conditions. Vapor growth bring its unique no-defect performance advantage. The polymeric growth prevent the diffusion of ion in the coating and interface, greatly decreasing the general corrosion under the coating.
A thin, transparent and flexible polymer film known as parylene has been shown to enhance the performance of rubber and elastomer components by protecting surfaces and modifying surface properties.These improvements are made without degrading the functional performance of the part.Objects coated with this polymer film include a diverse range of rubber components, ranging from gaskets and seals to rubber keypads and medical catheters.