Battery Parylene Coating Cycle Process

Batteries play a crucial role as a widely used energy source for powering various electronic devices in different industries. With the increasing prevalence of electronics, there is a growing need for batteries to support their functioning. One type of battery, the lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery, is particularly experiencing significant expansion due to its advantages such as low self-discharge, minimal memory effect, and the highest energy density among commercially available batteries. These batteries are utilized in diverse sectors including military, automotive, aerospace, communications, consumer electronics, industrial, and marine applications.

Why GLUDITEC Parylene Coating Solution for Battery?

Even though batteries are essential parts of electronic devices, the reality is that all types of batteries, be it nickel-cadmium, alkaline, or lithium-ion, will eventually fail due to the natural processes of time, physics, and chemistry.

While most battery failures are simply inconvenient or annoying, early failure is a major worry for manufacturers and product designers. Premature lithium-ion battery failure can lead to significant expenses due to unexpected downtime, pose life-threatening risks in critical situations, and even cause widespread system failures.

Recognizing the potential impact, GLUDITEC has developed innovative remedies to prolong battery life, enhance dependability, and reduce electronic waste. Our parylene coatings serve as protective shields for sensitive parts of lithium-ion batteries, effectively warding off early deterioration caused by harsh environmental conditions.

Parylene Coating Process for Battery

GLUDITEC Parylene Coating Solution

IPC-9000 Parylene Coating System

GLUDITEC IPC-9000 is designed to achieve unparalleled protection against moisture, mist, and more. This cutting-edge Parylene Coating Machine sets the standard for excellence, ensuring a flawless deposition process that safeguards your valuable substrates with an ultra-thin, transparent film.

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