Coating Types:

  • Parylenes
  • Acrylics
  • Epoxies
  • Silicones
  • Polyurethanes
  • Ultra-thins
  • Styrene rubber co-polymers


  • Consumer electronics
  • Defense
  • Electronics
  • Aerospace
  • Transportation
  • Medical


  • Circuit boards (PCBs) and assemblies
  • Sensors
  • MEMS and wafers
  • LEDs
  • Elastomer components
  • Medical devices and components
  • Motor components

Benefits of Conformal Coatings

Electrical insulation properties: Due to their high dielectric strengths and low dielectric constants, conformal coatings provide excellent dielectric insulation properties. These properties are key to prevent arcing and electric failure as today’s electronics, which continue to increase in functionality, are being designed into smaller, tighter spaces.

Barrier protection: Conformal coatings are often used to protect components and assemblies from the damaging effects of moisture, fluids, solvents and chemicals.

Lightweight: While coating types vary in thickness, conformal coatings are generally applied in thin layers (microns to mils) which often weigh significantly less than alternative protective solutions such as mechanical seals and enclosures.

Prolonged device service life: By preventing premature failures, conformal coatings increase reliability and prolong device service life, lowering costs associated with warranty claims and repairs.

How to Get Started

  • Plan ahead and contact SCS early in your development process device to ensure that board and device design is optimized for conformal coating protection. 
  • SCS’ experienced team of engineers will guide you through our process and answer any questions you have.
  • If this is the first time you’ve used coating services, we will make sure you are well-informed and can make the best decision for your project.