Pleotint LLC has formed a distribution partnership with Jasan Glass, enabling the South Korea-based company to offer Suntuitive’s self-tinting dynamic glass with its product offerings.

Because Suntuitive naturally adapts to changes in environmental conditions, Kyungsoo Lee, vice president of Jasan Glass, says it is an ideal dynamic window solution for Korea.

“Dynamic glass can offer additional energy savings on lighting and cooling loads,” says Lee. “As Korea has four different seasons, performance values such as solar heat gain coefficients, visible light transmittance, and U-value play different roles. Dynamic glass that can automatically respond to changes in the atmosphere is a perfect complement to high-performance, low-E glass.”

When paired with low-E glass in an insulating glass unit, Suntuitive glass can produce visible light transmittance as high as 60 percent in a clear state, solar heat gain coefficients as low as 0.11 in a darkened state, and reduce heating-, cooling-, and lighting-related energy costs, according to the company.