Safe-Guard offers online optical size-finder tool

Safe-Guard online optical size-finder tool

A new size-finder tool streamlines the selection, specification, and procurement of glycol-modified polyethylene terephthalate (PET-G) containers for high-value optical components. Complete with an instructional video, the three-step size-finder allows customers to locate the best container for their round optics quickly and easily online.
Safe-Guard
Graton, CA

www.opticspackaging.com

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Safe-Guard PET-G Optics Packaging Launches Online Size-Finder

GRATON, Calif., January 19, 2012, /PRWeb/ -- Today Empire West announced the launch of its new Safe-Guard optics packaging Web site, featuring a just-developed size-finder tool that will revolutionize the selection, specification and procurement of PET-G containers for high-value optical components. Made from NASA-tested low outgassing PET-G material, Safe-Guard containers are available in thousands of sizes, are cleanroom compatible, and set the industry standard for precision optical protection.

Complete with an instructional video, Safe-Guard’s new, intuitive, three-step size-finder allows customers to locate the perfect container for their round optics quickly and easily online. Users simply enter the preferred measurement system, optic dimensions and surface configuration. The online system will then identify a recommended container, provide an optic compatibility chart for that container, and even create an illustration of how and where the specified optic will fit within the container. For documentation files, incoming inspection procedures and bid packages, the site also offers printable PDF specification sheets that can be emailed to team members or vendors. Optics packaging has never been easier.

“This new size-finder is a tool that every professional working with high value optics will come to depend on”, said Ed Davis, president of Empire West and its Safe-Guard subsidiary. “For a quarter of a century we’ve provided the best optics packaging in the industry, and we are very excited to now be providing this great new way to identify, specify and procure that packaging.”

Safe-Guard’s state-of-the-art optics containers precisely and securely suspend high-value optics on their bevels only, never touching the sensitive optical surfaces, and all containers are made exclusively from clear, glycol-modified polyethylene terephthalate (PET-G) developed by Eastman Chemical. Designed for durability and impact-resistance, PET-G is also prized for its extremely low-outgassing properties. Unlike other forms of optic packaging which can damage the optic’s surface, Safe-Guard containers protect the integrity of the optic for safe handling, containment and transportation.

Empire West’s Safe-Guard optics containers come in a large range of sizes and are ideal for high-value lenses, filters, gratings, mirrors or other round optics. For more information about the company’s Safe-Guard packaging containers, handling trays or to view the new Web site and size-finder tool, please visit www.opticspackaging.com or call 1-800-521-4261.

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