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SENTINEL® KEE BOOT FLASHINGS SKU: P620, P621, P622, P623

SENTINEL® KEE BOOT FLASHINGS SKU: P620, P621, P622, P623

SENTINEL KEE BOOT FLASHINGS are factory fabricated, cone-shaped boots made using reinforced SENTINEL KEE P150 membrane. Available for traditional or split-pipe applications, SENTINEL KEE BOOT FLASHINGS are offered in two sizes to fit either 1-6 in or 6-12 in pipe diameters. Each pipe flashing is shipped with a stainless steel clamping ring. SENTINEL KEE BOOT FLASHINGS are available in white.

Product Properties

  • Type Membrane Accessories

Installation

SENTINEL KEE BOOT FLASHINGS are hot-air welded to the field membrane. Seal the top of the pipe flashing watertight with mastic and a pipe clamp (included).

Contact SOPREMA or refer to published guidelines for additional details and application requirements.

 

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