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Nuevamente es momento de los anteojos de eclipse para American Paper Optics

April 26, 2019 07:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

MEMPHIS, Tennessee--()--American Paper Optics, la compañía de fabricación de anteojos 3D más grande del mundo y el mayor proveedor de anteojos de eclipse para el eclipse total de Estados Unidos de 2017, se ha estado preparando los últimos 18 meses para el próximo gran eclipse que cruzará América del Sur el 2 de julio. La compañía ya ha producido más de 2 millones de anteojos, así como un folleto de 32 páginas, videos y otros materiales promocionales para el eclipse que recorrerá Chile y Argentina en unos pocos meses.

El eclipse se moverá de oeste a este a lo largo del camino de la totalidad, una franja en la cual la luna bloqueará completamente el sol durante un máximo de tres minutos. Algunas de las ciudades del camino son La Serena, Coquimbo, La Higuera y Vicuna en Chile y San Juan, La Rioja, San Luis, Cordoba, Santa Fe y Buenos Aires en Argentina.

El director ejecutivo de American Paper Optics, John Jerit, espera vender más de 5 millones de anteojos de sol para el evento que se espera que atraiga a millones de personas al camino de la totalidad.

“Estamos muy emocionados de entrar al mercado sudamericano con nuestros anteojos de sol seguros. Siempre se trata de proporcionar los anteojos más seguros con la mejor calidad para nosotros”, señaló Jerit.

Además de formar sociedades con la comunidad de astronomía en América del Sur, la firma ha adoptado una escuela en la región de Coquimbo en Chile. La compañía le proporcionó a la escuela primaria, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, anteojos de eclipse para todos los estudiantes y profesores y una gran cantidad de sus folletos de 32 páginas que enseñan sobre el próximo eclipse.

American Paper Optics exhorta a los espectadores a que tomen las precauciones de seguridad al usar nuestros anteojos de sol con certificación ISO y CE. Los anteojos de sol seguros de APO bloquean los rayos dañinos de la luz ultravioleta e infrarroja que provienen del sol y son esenciales para ver las fases parciales que preceden y siguen a la totalidad.

"Este será uno de los eventos celestiales más impresionantes que la gente jamás verá, y este momento histórico es algo en el que pueden participar grandes corporaciones, empresas y organizaciones de todos los tamaños a un costo muy bajo. Alentamos a todos a ordenarlos temprano, ya que se espera que la demanda sea extremadamente alta", comentó Jerit.

American Paper Optics ha creado una variedad de anteojos conmemorativos del eclipse sudamericano para el evento de julio. Los anteojos de eclipse de American Paper Optics se pueden comprar en línea en www.eclipseglasses.com.

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  • Alexander Risse

It’s Eclipse Glasses Time Again for American Paper Optics

MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE., April 24th, 2019

American Paper Optics, the largest 3-D glasses manufacturing company in the world and the single biggest supplier of eclipse glasses for the 2017 U.S. total eclipse, has been preparing the past 18 months for the next big eclipse that will cross South America on July 2nd. The company has already produced over 2 million glasses, as well as a 32-page booklet, videos and other promotional materials, for the eclipse that will cross Chile and Argentina in just over 2 months.

The eclipse will move west to east along the path of totality, a swath in which the moon will fully block the sun for up to three minutes. Cities in the path include La Serena, Coquimbo, La Higuera and Vicuna in Chile and San Juan, La Rioja, San Luis, Cordoba, Santa Fe and Buenos Aires in Argentina.

American Paper Optics CEO John Jerit hopes to sell over 5 million solar glasses for the event that is expected to draw millions of people close to the path of totality.

“We’re extremely excited to be entering the South American market with our safe solar glasses. It’s always been about providing the safest glasses with the best quality for us,” Jerit said.

American Paper Optics is developing South American relationships in other ways. In addition to forming partnerships with the astronomy community, the firm has adopted a school in Chile’s Coquimbo region.

The company provided the grade-school, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, eclipse glasses for all the students and faculty and a large supply of their 32-page booklets that teach about the upcoming eclipse.

American Paper Optics urges viewers to practice safety precautions by wearing our ISO and CE certified solar glasses. APO's safe solar glasses block the harmful ultraviolet and infrared rays of light that come from the sun and are essential for viewing the partial phases that precede and follow totality.

"This will be one of the most impressive celestial events people will ever see, and this historic moment is something major corporations, companies and organizations of all sizes can participate in at a very low cost. We encourage everyone to order early since the demand is expected to be extremely high," Jerit said.

American Paper Optics has created a variety of commemorative South American eclipse glasses for the July 2nd event. Eclipse glasses from American Paper Optics can be purchased online at www.eclipseglasses.com

 

  • Alexander Risse

What to Know about the Total Solar Eclipse in 2024

Are you ready to experience a solar eclipse? This type of event occurs when the moon passes in between the sun and the earth. When this happens, the moon blocks the sun’s rays, resulting in a twilight-like sky, with the moons black disc surrounded by a spectacular flare of the sun’s corona.
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How to Prepare with Eclipse Viewing Glasses

Whether you run a lab, school, or just have a group of friends who love science, having eclipse viewing glasses is a critical step for enjoying any of these events over the coming years. Did you know that some people are so passionate about eclipse events like this that they travel around the globe to experience them? These eclipse chasers may not be what you are, but anyone who plans to be in an eclipse like this should take steps to be ready. Having these glasses is important.

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3 Things to Look for in Quality Solar Eclipse Viewer Glasses

Do you know what you should look for when looking to purchase some solar eclipse viewer glasses? Obviously, you will want something that allows you to see the amazing natural phenomenon of an eclipse. Doing so safely, while getting the best-possible view of the eclipse, is ideal. Here are three things you should watch out for when choosing:

ISO Compliance and CE Certification

These certifications guarantee your glasses will be safe to use. The ideal solar eclipse viewer glasses should filter out 99.9-percent of visible light, and all UV rays.

Affordable Prices

It is possible to receive significant discounts if you need to order a large number of glasses, perhaps for a corporate event or a large private celebration. We can provide either lightweight cardboard, or durable plastic-framed glasses– both of which will contain top-quality lenses. The plastic glasses are more expensive but will last far longer. Our plastic glasses also come with a fabric pouch to keep them safe and scratch-free while not in use.

Great Design

When buying solar eclipse viewer glasses from American Paper, you can choose from many great design elements. We provide glasses to commemorate major solar eclipses, fun and zany designs that kids will love, as well as options to customize your order for your own event or promotion. Make sure you celebrate safely and in style!

For the best glasses around, designed especially for viewing an eclipse, view the full range of exciting designs at eclipseglasses.com today. Which design will appeal most to you?

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  • Alexander Risse