SOPRASEAL STICK FLASHPRO SKU: 22759, 22760, 22761, 22762, 22807

SOPRASEAL STICK FLASHPRO SKU: 22759, 22760, 22761, 22762, 22807

SOPRASEAL STICK FLASHPRO a 17mil, self-adhesive, air and vapor barrier flashing membrane composed of a polymer-based adhesive and a tough, tri-laminated woven polyethylene facer.  It is used as a water-resistive rough opening flashing membrane for windows and transitions prior to the installation of any of SOPREMA’s continuous air and vapor barriers used in wall assemblies.


  • Adhesion to all common wall construction without the use of a primer.
  • Highly compatible with typical glazing sealants
  • Asphalt free & no odor
  • Available in 5 widths to fit any opening.
  • Can be applied in temperatures as low as 5°F (-15°C).
  • Can be exposed to UV for up to 6 months during construction.





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