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PolyFlash! Flashing Compound

By May 10, 2021Polyglass
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PolyFlash® 1C Flashing Compound

As a reliable, versatile solution for temporary and permanent roof repairs, PolyFlash 1C is an ideal product for contractors to have on hand when performing roof maintenance.
When determining when to use this flashing compound, we recommend contractors walk through our handy roof maintenance checklist to help ensure any warranties stay intact. PolyFlash 1C is a one-component, state-of-the-art, silane-modified polyurethane flashing compound designed for sealing and waterproofing roofing details, flashings, and penetrations on a wide variety of roofing systems. When combined with PolyBrite® reinforcing polyester fabric this product can permanently solve typical and challenging flashing needs. PolyFlash 1C has the unique ability to be applied as an immediate, but temporary emergency leak repair over wet or damp surfaces. This high solid formulation has been designed to provide exceptional physical properties. Consult Polyglass Technical Services for additional information or refer to the Product Data Sheet for detailed application instructions.

Compatible & Reliable

Polyflash 1C is compatible with multiple roof systems, including asphaltic membranes, APP and SBS membranes, and conventional BUR systems. It is ideal for sealing masonry, wood, curbs, vents, roof drains, pitch pans, specialty gypsum sheathing products, and unusually shaped penetrations. Polyflash 1C also has the unique ability to be applied as an immediate, but temporary emergency leak repair over wet or damp surfaces.

As a reliable, versatile solution for temporary and permanent roof repairs, PolyFlash 1C is an ideal product for contractors to keep on hand when performing roof maintenance. When determining when to use this flashing compound, we recommend contractors walk through this handy roof maintenance checklist to ensure any warranties remain valid:

  • Conduct a documented roof inspection. Visually survey the exterior condition of the roof.
  • Remove roof-top debris. This includes (but is not limited to) leaves, branches, dirt, rocks, bottles, trash, etc., that has accumulated.
  • Clean gutters, downspouts, drains, and scuppers. Make sure water freely flows off the roof. No standing water should remain on the roof surface within 48 hours after the last precipitation.
  • Examine all-metal flashing areas for rusting or damage. This kind of damage may have been caused by foot traffic, wind, hail, snow, ice, etc. All damaged, loose, or poorly sealed materials must be repaired with Polyglass products, by a Polyglass Preferred/Quantum Contractor, or as otherwise approved by Polyglass.
  • Maintain and re-mediate all exposed mastics and sealants regardless of purpose or function. These maintenance items should include pitch pans and metal flashing sealants.

Roof Maintenance Checklist

 

 

 

 

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