Suntuitive® Dynamic Glass is pleased to announce the addition of Manko Window Systems Inc., to their Certified Fabricator program and as an exclusive distributor in specific territories.
Suntuitive is the world’s most adopted dynamic glass product and this agreement will extend its market penetration through Manko’s fabrication and geographic footprint. Manko’s operation features an extensive product offering including a variety of aluminum systems along with a complete line of high-performance glass fabrication capabilities. Manko had previously been a distributor of Suntuitive dynamic glass and this expansion into fabrication is something that truly pleases Suntuitive President Tom Donovan.
“We are thrilled to build a deeper relationship with the Manko team. They are an industry leader with a successful background. Suntuitive continues to grow rapidly and to add Manko to the push will allow more architects and glazing contractors to experience the best dynamic glass option on the market today.”
Manko was founded in 1989 with headquarters in Manhattan, KS. They also feature operations in Aurora, CO and Des Moines, IA. Manko will be the exclusive certified fabricator and distributor of Suntuitive in all of those states as well as ones that surround them.
“Manko is excited to add the capability of fabricating Suntuitive to our operations and sales offerings. We are always looking to expand our product line to ensure we have the right products to meet our customer’s needs. Dynamic Glass, like Suntuitive, is gaining popularity and we look forward to being a part of that growing trend,” said Kevin Bahner, Manko National Sales Manager.
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. Suntuitive dynamic glass works through the use of a thermochromic interlayer that is activated by heat from direct sunlight, causing the window to tint as necessary. The thermochromic elements are embedded in a PVB (polyvinyl butyl) interlayer, which is then laminated between two pieces of glass. This laminate is then incorporated into the final product, a dynamic insulated glass unit (dIGU). There is no electricity used to make this resilient product work and the window unit installs in the same way a traditional unit does.
About Manko Window Systems Inc.
MANKO Window Systems Inc. manufactures and markets commercial window systems, entrance doors, storefront systems, and curtain wall systems throughout the United States. It offers architectural products, including aluminum doors, aluminum framing products, aluminum windows, glass products, specialty decorative, and blast products. The company also provides residential products, which include vinyl doors and windows, and glass products. In addition, it offers heavy glass entrances, heavy glass handrails, insulating glass, laminated glass, spandrel glass, tempered glass, mirrors, and shower doors, as well as wood doors and windows. Manko was founded in 1989 and is based in Manhattan, Kansas.
Learn more at www.mankowindows.com
Suntuitive Dynamic Glass is the leading innovator in self-tinting dynamic glass with 500+ installations in more than 30 countries in all building segments like office, retail, residential, education and healthcare. It meets the various needs of the building community including more natural light, occupant comfort, energy efficiency and sustainability. It offers a large variety of options to fit the needs of any project. Suntuitive self-tinting glass is easy to install, doesn’t require wires, sensors, or controls, and starts working right away.
Learn more at www.suntuitiveglass.com