Specialty Coating Systems to Exhibit at the Consumer Electronics Show


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Specialty Coating Systems has announced plans to exhibit at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), scheduled to take place January 8-11, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company will exhibit its Parylene coating services and technologies in booth #62204.

CES is the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.

Numerous components, including circuit boards, sensors, MEMS, LEDs, elastomeric components, etc., benefit from the chemical, moisture and dielectric barrier protection offered by Parylene conformal coatings. For protection in harsh environments, SCS Parylene HT® offers unmatched UV and thermal stability, up to 350°C long-term. SCS Parylenes are listed on the QPL for MIL-I-46058C and meet the requirements of IPC-CC-830.

SCS is the leader in Parylene coating services and technologies with coating facilities throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. Additionally, the company has more than 45 years of applications experience in the industrial and consumer electronics, aerospace, defense, transportation and medical device industries.

About Specialty Coating Systems

Headquartered in Indianapolis, IN, SCS is the worldwide leader in Parylene conformal coating services and technologies. As the direct descendant of the companies that originally developed Parylene, SCS has over 45 years of experience and expertise that it leverages for its customers through coating facilities throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia. The company also offers industry-leading liquid coating systems including spray, spin and dip coating systems and ionic contamination test systems. For more information on SCS, please click here.

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