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ALSAN® FLASHING SKU: D32800

ALSAN® FLASHING SKU: D32800

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ALSAN Flashing is a proprietary polyurethane bituminous resin specifically formulated for high performance liquid-applied flashings, other details and maintenance applications.

Product Properties

  • Installation Method 1 Part
  • Material Liquid
  • Technology Polyurethane Bitumen

Installation

For flashing applications, apply at a rate of 2.0 gallons per 100 ft2 onto prepared substrate. Immediately center and embed ALSAN Polyfeece reinforcement at the transition change into wet ALSAN Flashing. Apply an embedment application of ALSAN Flashing at a rate of 2.0 gallons per 100 ft2, ensuring that the Polyfleece is
completely embedded, covered and watertight. Allow to dry. Apply a final finish application of ALSAN Flashing at a rate of 2.0 gallons per 100 ft2. ALSAN Flashing can be left exposed or ceramic granules can be broadcast into this final ALSAN Flashing coat prior to skinning over of the product. ALSAN Flashing is applied with rollers, brushes and squeegees. The applicator is responsible for ensuring conditions are appropriate to proceed with proper application methods.

 

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