Curtiss-Wright is an NYSE listed company providing niche highly engineered products and services worldwide.
Curtiss-Wright Parylene coatings combines the synergy and expertise of two successful Parylene companies.
Parylene Coating Services (PCS) was set up in 1991 with founding members expertise extending back as part of Union Carbide’s development team who commercialised Parylene over 40 years ago. PCS was acquired by Curtiss-Wright in 2008, joining the Surface Technologies Division.
Para Tech Coating (US) was set up in 1968 and contributes a wealth of expertise in coating high reliability electronics and patented coating machinery and processes. Para Tech Coating was acquired by Curtiss-Wright in early 2017.
You can expect a competitive, high quality and prompt professional service. We provide a customer focused service that is flexible and responsive. Working with your development team we can collaborate on problem solving through evaluation and development work to provide a commercial solution.
To help lean supply we can manage the full supply chain for Parylene coated parts. We can liaise with approved suppliers to provide you with one point of contact, responsible for quality and supply chain fulfilment.
Through centres of excellence both internal and external, we are continually developing applications, adhesion promotion and production methods.
Our proprietary Dimer is over 99.7% pure which is the highest yielding and most uniform coating in the industry.
CW Parylene coatings are tested to the relevant ISO10993 and USP Class VI tests for long term implantable use.
Our US FDA MAF#1176 is available to support client company 510k submissions.
Parylene meets the requirements of IPC-CC-830 and Mil-I-46058C.
Our coating facilities hold certification to ISO13485, ISO 9001,
AC9100, and are ITAR registered where applicable.
Our coating and masking materials are RoHS and Reach compliant.
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