Now There Are Hearing Aids That Help Protect Themselves
Utilizing the latest in nano-engineered protection, Beltone hearing aids are treated with our HPF80 NanoBlock™ protective coating. This is the same technology that Nike® and Adidas® use to protect their athletic gear and many major electronics firms use to protect their mobile phones and MP3 players from the harmful effects of the everyday environment.
Beltone’s HPF80 NanoBlock™ coating safeguards the entire hearing aid from dirt, moisture, changes in temperature and humidity, earwax, and skin oils. Elements that can, over time, damage your hearing aids’ circuitry and delicate components. This, in turn, helps reduce both the need for and the additional cost of professional cleaning and repairs, giving you more time to hear and enjoy the world around you.
How Does HPF80 NanoBlock™ Work?
Just like sunblock provides your skin with an invisible layer of protection from harmful UV radiation, Beltone’s HPF80 NanoBlock™ coating actually helps repel harmful moisture and particulates.
This coating is molecularly bound to the entire hearing aid at a nanoscopic level so the two become inseparable. In fact, this layer of protection is a thousand times thinner than a human hair, making it completely invisible to the naked eye.
In other words, Beltone’s HPF80 NanoBlock™ technology coats and protects your hearing aids—inside and out.
How Will HPF80 NanoBlock™ Benefit You?
First and foremost, our HPF80 NanoBlock™ coating helps you protect your investment, because you’ll spend less time maintaining and cleaning your hearing aids and more time enjoying them.
Plus, you won’t have to worry about working up a little sweat. With Beltone’s HPF80 NanoBlock™, sweat and moisture bead right off, and dirt, dust, and earwax can be simply wiped away. So, caring for your hearing aids is easier than ever.
At Beltone Dallas Fort Worth, we’ve been committed to advancing the science of hearing care since 1940. It’s why we’re responsible for so many breakthroughs in design, performance, and comfort.