Parylene for Automotive Applications

Parylene forms a thin polymer layer on most any surface, penetrating every crevice and providing a uniform coat that is unequaled by any other coating material. Even at very thin layers, it exhibits characteristics which are valuable in today’s automobiles, where the trend is toward increasingly computerized, sensor-based analytical systems. Still, all vehicles are characterized as extreme harsh environments for complex components - most of which require more specialized barrier protection. Parylene Engineering brands (diX parylene) rise to the occasion.

Typical Automotive Applications:
 
  • Pressure Sensors
  • Flow Sensors
  • Circuit Board
  • Electronics
  • Monitoring and Control Systems
  • LED Polymers (gaskets, seals)
  • Battery/Cell Power Systems