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Are Your Life Science Products Protected Against Harsh Operating Environments?


About the Infographic

In the auto industry alone, downtime can cost up to $3 million per hour. Downtime is bad enough, but the repercussions of unplanned downtime can be downright scary. Learn about the pitfalls and threats of downtime and how they can be avoided when it comes to protecting your electronic components with HZO coating technology. 


Brochure Highlights

Problems with Legacy Solutions

Seals and gaskets commonly found in medical wearables present issues with connectivity, product design, and reliability.

Medical Wearable Use Cases

Use cases for activity monitors and trackers, and CGMs are discussed, along with relevant data for each application. 

Parylene Properties Overview

Read a high-level overview of Parylene's thinness, corrosion resistance properties, and barrier properties, with tables of data.

Coating Process Description

An explanation of chemical vapor deposition (CVD), diagrams of the process, and depictions of coverage are included.

Included Technical Resources

  • Table of Parylene Advantages for Medical Wearables
  • HZO Parylene IPC CC-830C Results
  • Parylene Corrosion Resistant Properties
  • Table Comparing Barrier Properties of Conformal Coatings
  • Parylene thickness and Ingress Protection (IP rating) Correlation

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