Don’t Let Moisture Damage Rain on Your Parade Moisture Damage To Your Hearing Aids One of the most common reasons for hearing aid malfunctions is moisture damage. This sort of damage is frustrating because, in most cases, the wearer didn’t get in the shower while wearing the hearing aid or accidently jump in the pool or get caught outside in a sudden downpour.In general, hearing aid wearers try very hard to protect theirinvestment and follow their hearing healthcare provider’s advicefor care and maintenance.Hearing aid manufacturers are just as motivated to find a solutionto moisture-related hearing aid failures as hearing aid wearersare. GNReSound, a hearing aid manufacturer that isn’t wetbehind the ears in terms of hearing aid technology advancementshas recently partnered with the company P2i, a world leader inliquid-repellent nano-coatings to develop iSolate nanotech.This thin protective covering, now found in all GNReSoundhearing aids, promises to greatly decrease the number of hearingaid repairs due to moisture damage.“Nano” is a Greek word meaning, “dwarf.” iSolate nanotech worksby establishing a thin, protective shield on all internal andexternal components of the hearing aid. This protective barrierbonds to the hearing aid components at the molecular level,ensuring a thorough and complete covering of all componentswhile continuing to allow sound to enter the system.
GNReSound recently conducted a review of 50,000 hearing aidssold in the six months following the introduction of the protectivecoating. It found that the iSolate technology decreased moistureand debris related repairs by 50 percent.The introduction of iSolate nanotech means that hearing aidwearers don’t have to worry about moisture raining on theirparade.With GNReSound hearing aids, wearers can be assured that theirinstruments will remain in optimal working condition for muchlonger than hearing aids of the past, reducing the cost of long-term hearing aid use and improving overall satisfaction. For More Information, Call Hearing Aids Evanston IL At: (847) 453-3643 Or Visit Us At: http://hearing-aids-evanston-il.com/