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HZO Protected: Patent Proliferation

As a cutting edge technology company, HZO invests considerable resources into creating stronger solutions that add real value to electronics. By delivering a superior level of protection that enables design freedom, HZO is helping device makers and manufacturers solve real challenges that arise when introducing…

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The ART of Masking

The HZO customer promise is that our technology protects all-important electronics from damage and failure caused by water, other liquids, corrosives, dust and debris. While our commitment is straightforward, the path to manufacturing protected devices takes a series of twists and turns. One of those…

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Raspberry is HZO’s Favorite Kind of Pi

Here’s the thing about nanotechnology. HZO provides a solution that is invisible in most applications, mere microns thin and in many cases applied exclusively to the inside of a device. In other words, it’s really hard to see our technology because it works behind the…

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Unraveling the Phobia of Water and Electronics

The team at HZO spends a lot of time talking about how our technology can help eliminate people’s fears of damaging their favorite device by providing manufacturers with a superior solution that creates swimmable, livable, and waterproof electronics. That got us thinking. What is it…

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Moon Cakes For All

 While HZO is still a small, and growing company, we count ourselves lucky to work with such a diverse group of talented and interesting people. 105 strong, HZO employees speak nine native languages, 15 languages total, and 34 of us are bilingual. On any given…

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HZO Success Story: NavELite

In 2013, Andy Wilson of NavELite faced a tough situation. As a former special forces soldier in the United States Army, Price was familiar with tight spots, but this was different. His new product, a ruggedized backlit wrist compass developed with a former military colleague,…

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