Pleotint Reaches Milestone, Completes 100th Project

Date: 26 June 2014
Pleotint, LLC, announced the completion of the 100th project featuring Suntuitive glass, the first commercially available self-tinting glass for window applications.

Curtis Liposcak, President of Pleotint, said the development represents an exciting and cherished milestone for his company. “We introduced Suntuitive glass in 2011 as the first-of-its-kind dynamic glass technology, and here we are just three years later celebrating our 100th install,” he added.Suntuitive glass has been specified for a variety of projects across the country, ranging from single-family homes and education facilities to retail stores and commercial buildings.“What’s unique about Suntuitive glass is that it offers the same solar control benefits and energy-efficiency improvements as other dynamic glass technologies, but without the complicated installation, wires, and wall controls,” he said. “The self-tinting glass also enhances design freedom, because it can be utilized in operable and non-operable windows of all shapes and sizes, as well as doors.”Suntuitive glass provides a light-gray base color that offers unrivaled color neutrality and compatibility with glass tints.Because of its ability to passively adapt to direct sunlight, the self-tinting technology optimizes indoor comfort, views and daylighting, while blocking heat generated from sunlight, glare, and ultraviolet light without obtrusive window shades or blinds.

When paired with low-emissivity glass in an insulating glass unit, Suntuitive glass can produce visible light transmittance of as high as 60 percent in a clear state, solar heat gain coefficients of as low as 0.11 in a darkened state, and reduce heating-, cooling-, and lighting-related energy costs, which together add up to 70 percent of a building’s total energy consumption.

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About Pleotint, LLC

Pleotint, LLC, is the world’s top innovator in self-tinting windows. Pleotint produces Suntuitive® glass technology that simply uses heat from sunlight to tint windows when necessary. Pleotint is dedicated to providing customers with naturally brilliant windows that increase energy efficiency and optimize comfort and views. For more information, visit

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