Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum
Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum

The Hearing Aid Museum

Hearing Aids of all types—Ear Trumpets, Carbon Hearing Aids, Vacuum Tube Hearing Aids, Transistor Hearing Aids, Body Hearing Aids, Eyeglass Hearing Aids and much more!

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Miscellaneous Hearing Aid Accessories

Acousticon Humidrier

Dehumidifiers are nothing new for hearing aids. Acousticon made this one for their body hearing aids back in 1945.

This picture shows an Acousticon Model A-130 hearing aid in the Humidrier, which consists of a plastic case with a drying agent cylinder inserted under the cloth tray near the top.
 

 

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This picture shows the top of the
drying agent box. It contained several perforated aluminum cases filled with moisture absorbing crystals—presumably silica gel.


 

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Brief instructions for use are located on the bottom of the drying agent box.

 

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The first (and last) page of the instruction sheet included with the Acousticon Humidrier.

 

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The inside (pages 2 and 3) of the Acousticon Humidrier instructions.

 

 


 

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