Pleotint Introduces New Light-Gray Suntuitive® Interlayer

Pleotint, LLC, has introduced a new light-gray base color for its Suntuitive® interlayer that offers improved compatibility with glass tints.

The redeveloped interlayer uses the same registered trade name and offers virtually the same performance properties as the original product.  

Paul Ogburn, vice president of Pleotint, said, “The market has been giving us excellent feedback and suggestions for improving the Suntuitive interlayer. We’ve been listening and spent the last couple years redeveloping the technology. While our original interlayer was one of the most neutral-colored dynamic window technologies available, the new light-gray Suntuitive interlayer offers more design flexibility by being able to take on the tint of the glass it is laminated with.”

The Suntuitive interlayer is North America’s first commercially available thermochromic 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.

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

For more information on how Pleotint’s Suntuitive interlayer can put the view back in your windows, visit or call 616.662.7216.

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

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