Pleotint to Exhibit Suntuitive Glass Interlayer at AIA Show

Pleotint, LLC, will exhibit its Suntuitive™ glass interlayer technology at booth 1450 during the 2013 American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) National Convention and Design Exposition in Denver, Colo., June 20 – 22.

The Suntuitive interlayer is North America’s first commercially available window interlayer for laminated glass that gradually darkens in response to rising temperatures caused by direct sunlight, then cools as the sun moves across the sky, returning to a clear, neutral state in cloudy or dark environmental conditions.Because of its ability to passively adapt to direct sunlight, the Suntuitive interlayer can optimize indoor comfort, views and daylighting, while blocking heat generated from sunlight, glare, and ultraviolet light without obtrusive window shades or other sun-blocking devices.When paired with low-emissivity glass in an insulating glass unit, the Suntuitive interlayer also helps building owners significantly reduce heating-, cooling-, and lighting-related energy costs.

Unlike other dynamic glazing systems, the Suntuitive interlayer requires no electrical or mechanical intervention, effectively eliminating threats of failure caused by faulty wiring, poor electrical connections, broken circuits or temperamental computer systems. Installation of windows with Suntuitive interlayer is the same as other traditional window systems.

For more information on Pleotint or the Suntuitive interlayer technology, stop by booth 1450 or visit

About Pleotint, LLC

Pleotint, LLC, is the world’s top innovator in continuously variable, sunlight responsive tinting interlayer for use in adaptive window glazing. Pleotint produces the thermochromic self-tinting interlayer by extrusion in its Jenison, Mich., facility. Pleotint is a privately held company. For more information, visit

600450 Pleotint to Exhibit Suntuitive Glass Interlayer at AIA Show
Date: 6 May 2013

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