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HZO Chemist Strikes Again With a Paper on Metrology

This isn’t the first time we’ve called attention to HZO’s favorite chemist. The indispensable and brilliant, Dr. Sean Clancy, PhD (AKA The Chemist), helps guide the science behind our technology. As he continues to influence and enhance HZO water protection solutions, he also continues to expand…

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HZO Faces: Aimee Endicott

Meet Aimee Endicott, HZO’s very own utility player. Since joining HZO in 2012, Aimee has held positions in shipping/receiving, customer service, project management and production management. Any hole that needs filling or job that needs doing, Aimee steps up to the challenge. When she does,…

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More Than Just Another Parylene Job Shop

Many Parylene coating companies are in the business of working with a fairly targeted range and scope of products that can be protected with relatively low complication. Nothing wrong with this job shop approach–in fact, some industry leaders in Parylene have been operating in this…

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Tricks of the Trade: Masking Explained

One of the many unique benefits of HZO technology is its coverage and uniformity. Through Chemical Vapor Deposition, HZO’s Parylene-based thin film material completely and evenly encapsulates the vital circuitry of electronic devices. In more basic terms, during the coating process, HZO material gets everywhere……

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So What is a Conformal Coating?

For the average reader of the HZO blog this may not be a burning question—perhaps because you’ve never even heard of conformal coatings. So what are they? By definition, these coatings are a protective barriers or films that adhere to the geography of a circuit…

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How Many Steps Does it Take to Run in a Circle?

The obvious parallel between wearables and digital health is no new discovery. Ever since technology started monitoring heart rate, counting steps and tracking sleep patterns, forward thinking physicians, and discerning Silcon Valley developers have noted the potential to help improve the lives of chronically ill…

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