Exhibiting for the fourth year in a row, HZO promises waterproof solutions for the wide variety of industries represented at this year’s event.
Draper, UT – November 14, 2017 – HZO Inc., the total solutions leader in liquid and environment protection technology, is proud to be exhibiting at IdTechEx 2017 to showcase the next generation of waterproof solutions for devices and components in production.
“IdTechEx has become a standard show for us each year,” said Ryan Moore, Brand Manager at HZO. “It gives us an opportunity to hear the protection needs of technical teams from various industries and then explain how our solutions can help protect their components from a variety of catastrophic threats including water, sweat, hazardous liquids, the environment, and more.”
HZO applies a microns thin waterproof coating during the production process on the internal circuitry of a device to keep harmful substances from damaging the product. Whether it’s a wearable under a deluge of sweat, an IoT device out in the elements, or a vehicle exposed to harmful engine liquids, HZO Protection can help keep the product functioning, despite the environment. HZO Protected products are already out in the world today in a variety of industries including consumer electronics, automotive, LED signage, and more.
Stop by HZO’s booth, G22 to learn how HZO can help protect your next product coming to production, or learn more at HZO.com.
HZO is a technology solutions and licensing company that provides electronics’ manufacturers and device makers in a range of industries, including consumer, medical, military and industrial, with thin-film protection against damage caused by liquid submersion, corrosive environments, humidity, sweat, dust, and debris. With a scalable end-to-end solution that supports mass volume production, and a technical team dedicated to innovation and customer success, HZO’s patent-protected solution enables product design freedom, delivers product differentiation and goes beyond the boundaries defined by electronics testing standards like IPX8.