Clayton Glass is one of the UK's leading Insulating Glass Unit and Conservatory Roof Glass Manufacturers. The partnership with Clayton Glass includes having this product at their specialty glass division Romag and they will have the exclusive rights to fabricate Suntuitive in the UK.
The choice for Clayton Glass was made easier as the usage of Suntuitive Glass in structures like conservatories is very beneficial on several fronts. Suntuitive Glass uses heat from direct sunlight to tint when necessary.
As the sun moves across the sky, Suntuitive Glass will cool and return to clear. At night or in cloudy conditions, when direct sun is not present, Suntuitive Glass remains clear, to always allow as much daylighting as possible.
The selection of the Suntuitive Glass product comes as no surprise to Pleotint Vice President Chad Simkins- it’s just a part of a growing trend.
“We’re thrilled that one the largest and most respected companies in the United Kingdom has found our product to be so valuable. They join a growing list of excellent organizations all over the globe that are finding Suntuitive Glass to be the product of choice in the dynamic glass space.”
The companies Simkins refers to are experiencing the excitement surrounding the groundbreaking performance of Suntuitive Glass. Add to that list Jason McCabe, commercial and site director of Clayton Glass:
“This is quite simply the most exciting glass development to hit the conservatory and domestic glazing markets I’ve seen in my career. It’s commercially viable from a manufacturing, installation and sales and marketing perspective and we’re expecting considerable interest in the product.”
Suntuitive Glass is the most advanced, yet simplest, dynamic glass technology available. With Suntuitive Glass, architects, building owners, building professionals and homeowners can specify an adaptive glazing system that transitions seamlessly between clear and tinted.