CARMEL, IN -- Redux, the developer of professional drying and cleaning systems for personal electronics, and Entheos, an audiology cooperative of hearing professionals committed to reconnecting with the larger purpose of their private practices, have announced their affiliation today. The agreement makes the innovative Redux technology available to Entheos members with Redux supporting the members’ “Hearing the Call” 501c3 humanitarian efforts.

With the push of a button, the Redux system safely and completely removes moisture from hearing aids, implants and hearables in just minutes while providing verification of water removed. Redux’s patented technology creates a vacuum to lower the evaporation point of water and then applies heat to remove moisture from both traditionally powered and rechargeable devices at below body temperature. An internal humidity sensor allows the hardware to wirelessly report the amount of moisture removed in real-time.

Redux is improving the condition for 98% of all aids treated, with hearing care professionals reporting immediate improved performance in 77% of all aids treated. The in-office system is designed to help practices remain profitable and patient-focused by improving hearing instrument function, saving valuable office staff-time and reducing costly instrument returns.

“Anyone who has worked in hearing care knows that moisture is a very common issue for patients. Redux developed a professional solution that allows audiologists to finally address this problem in just minutes,” said Reuben Zielinski, Redux president and co-founder. “The Entheos members are committed to improving patient care, making this a perfect fit for Redux.”

“Our co-op is made up of like-minded audiologists from around the country. They are leaders in the industry who work together to create a better patient experience with the best quality of care. Drying and cleaning technology from Redux helps us to do both of those things,” noted Nora Stewart, Entheos Founder and CEO. “Their willingness to support our Hearing the Call mission showed us that Redux shares our values and commitment to quality hearing health.”


About Entheos Audiology Cooperative

Entheos was started in 2014 by private practice audiologists that had been a part of a different buying group but sought a better way to do business. The owners were looking for ways to be better leaders in their practice, ways to inspire and motivate their employees, to go the extra mile and deliver extraordinary patient care, every time. When they thought about it, the best information they received to grow their practice was from other practice owners at conferences.

They left the buying group and also focused on starting a local nonprofit. Soon the nonprofit was thriving and so was their private practice. Trust was being built in their community and patients were proud of supporting the larger cause of quality hearing healthcare. Now, instead of paying for ads in the newspaper, the newspaper was writing articles about what they were doing to make the community better. Entheos will grow to 99 members because they believe in creating a close-knit community of like-minded hearing care providers, where every member can openly share and feel protected within their geographic location. For more information visit

About Redux

Redux has over 40 issued U.S. and international patents and uses this patented drying process to remove moisture from hearing instruments and personal electronics. Since 2013, Redux has been saving phones, tablets, hearing aids and hearables. More than two-million customers have subscribed to Redux’s drying services in thousands of wireless communication retailers and hearing care professional offices across the globe. Redux is a faster, dryer, smarter and verified approach to moisture removal and cleaning that allows your devices to function their best so you can function your best.

Since 2016, Redux and their ownership group have donated more than $2 million to local nonprofits across the country, allowing them to further their philanthropic missions. Visit them at to learn more.

Written by James Shrake

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