Monday, September 24, 2018

Hearing Induction Systems and Loops

hearing loopsHearing induction loops are a great benefit to hearing impaired users of hearing aids, the loop provides amplified sound from the surroundings to the hearing aid via a portable or fitted hearing induction loop in areas such as receptions, banks, solicitors and many public places. It is a legal requirement in the UK to have a hearing induction loop installed in your public space or when providing individual services to public members. Find information and sales of portable and fixed hearing induction loops to assist the hearing impaired and to meet DDA and Equality Act requirements by browsing through the sites and services below.

The following sites also offer details of how induction loops work, the best loop for your needs and where to purchase both portable and fixed loop systems including mobile hearing assistance for guided tours, exhibitions and other non-counter service areas.

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Offers a comprehensive look at hearing induction loops with downloads and a full explanation of how the loop system works.

Explains how a hearing induction loop works with quotes from British Standards 8300 to aid disabled access. Includes video clips, FAQ’s and details of fitting instructions and recommended accompanying signage.

Selling a range of portable and fixed hearing induction loops. Explains the hearing induction loop requirement under the Equality Act along with online resources and contact details to discover more. Based in South Yorkshire and offering secure online shopping.


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