RALEIGH, NC – FEBRUARY 23, 2021 – HZO, a global leader in delivering world-class protective nanocoatings that safeguard electronics from the most demanding corrosive and liquid environments, is hosting a webinar, “Engineered Reliability: Four Critical Thin-film Conformal Coating Practices to Safeguard Your Electronic Product Design” on Thursday, February 25 at 1:00pm EDT via Zoom.
Within every great product is an exceptional design, one that ensures electronic components can withstand electrical loads, humidity, vibration, corrosion, and temperature extremes. The challenge of environment protection has contributed to the popularity of thin-film conformal coatings, particularly Parylene, as traditional protection methods such as thick-film conformal coatings and mechanical disclosures are displaced. Thin-film materials provide superior liquid and corrosion protection, along with compelling dielectric and thermal advantages to ensure reliability.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Why traditional protection methods do not suit next-generation devices.
- How thin-film conformal coatings provide enhanced product protection.
- Four fundamental coating practices to understand to ensure success.
- How to select the most suitable coating material and process.
Dusty Askin joined HZO in October 2014 as a Materials Engineer in the R&D team, where he has since worn many hats and progressed to be the head of Process Engineering. Prior to HZO, Dusty spent seven years at Ripple LLC developing novel implantable electrodes for recording and stimulation in the central and peripheral nervous systems. Before Ripple, he was with Panasonic in Kyoto, Japan for 3 years, working in their vanguard research facility developing electroactive polymer applications. A self-proclaimed “junk drawer engineer”, his wide-ranging career and topics of study have given him a diverse tool set for solving problems. Dusty earned a master’s degree in biomedical engineering from University of Utah as well as a bachelor’s in Engineering Physics from the University of Pittsburgh.
Register here to attend the webinar on Thursday, February 25 at 1:00pm EDT.