Division 7 Ebook Page 150 FlashSealR® Foam Flashing Tape Product Data Sheet

Product Data Sheet FlashSealR Foam Flashing Tape Passes the requirements for Nail Sealability both before and after thermal cycling. Installation Instructions (when used with foam sheathing) Substrate surfaces should be smooth, clean, dry, and free of contaminates. Remove any contaminants or debris from the substrate surface prior to application. For optimal adhesion to foam substrates, FlashSealR Foam Flashing Tape should be installed at the same time the foam sheathing is installed. Cut the FlashSealR Foam Flashing Tape into the required lengths. Generally, the required length is the length of the side of the window or door to be sealed plus two times the width of the tape being used. Install FlashSealR Foam Flashing Tape first along the bottom edge of the opening, then along the sides, and then finish along the top edge. Next, peel back a small portion of the smaller release paper sheet. Start away from the window a distance equal to the width of the tape. Center the tape over the joint. Secondly, press the exposed adhesive portion of the tape firmly into place against the window or door jamb. Continue the installation by removing the release liner while applying firm pressure to the flashing tape surface as it comes into contact with the jamb surface. Continue until the end of the tape is reached. Thirdly, starting at a corner, peel back a portion of the larger section of release liner. Press the exposed adhesive portion of the tape firmly into place against the foam sheathing. Continue the installation by removing the release liner while applying firm pressure to the flashing tape surface as it comes into contact with the foam sheathing. Continue until the end of the tape is reached. Finally, using a roller (rubber, wood or steel "J" roller) apply sufficient pressure along the entire tape surface to ensure intimate contact between tape and substrate to eliminate any air trapped beneath the tape. Always overlap a distance equal to the width of the tape. All horizontal overlaps should be in a lapped, or shingled application, so that any liquid water traveling down the housewrap or sheathing is continuously directed to the outside of the wall assembly. Store FlashSealR Foam Flashing Tape under conditions of 60- 80F (16-27C) and 40-60% R.H. in the original carton. To obtain best performance, use this product within 24 months from date of manufacture. ResidentialComplete Wall Systems Owens Corning FlashSealR Foam Flashing Tape provides a tough, tear and leak-resistant seal that resists water intrusion and air infiltration around windows and doors. It is part of Owens Corning ResidentialComplete Wall Typical Physical Properties FlashSealR Foam Flashing Tape Property Test Method 2 Value Service Temperature Range, F (C) - -40 to 165 (-40 to 74) Application Temperature Range, F (C) - 0 to 120 (-18 at 49) Air Permeance, tested at 75 Pa, L/sm 2 (cfm/sq ft) ASTM E2178-03 0.00017 (0.0000335) UV Exposure Up to 180 days 90 Peel Adhesion AAMA 711-07 Section 5.3 FOAMULAR 150/250 sheathing 3.4 lbs/lineal inch (59 N/100 mm) FOAMULAR IS sheathing 2.7 lbs/lineal inch (47 N/100 mm) FOAMULAR PRO PINK sheathing 9.9 lbs/lineal inch (173 N/100 mm) OSB 3.7 lbs/lineal inch (65 N/100 mm) Vinyl 3.9 lbs/lineal inch (68 N/100 mm) Anodized Aluminum 4.2 lbs/lineal inch (73 N/100 mm) After UV Exposure AAMA 711-07 Section 5.4 4.5 lbs/lineal inch (78 N/100 mm) After 7 days at 176F AAMA 711-07 Section 5.5 4.2 lbs/lineal inch (73 N/100 mm) After 10 Thermal Cycles AAMA 711-07 Section 5.6 4.4 lbs/lineal inch (77 N/100 mm) After 7 Day Water Immersion AAMA 711-07 Section 5.8 3.3 lbs/lineal inch (58 N/100 mm) Nail Sealability AAMA 711-07 Section 5.2 Initial Pass After Thermal Cycling Pass Water Vapor Transmission ASTM E96/E96M (water method) 0.19 perms Flame Spread ASTM E84-08A 5 Smoke Developed ASTM E84-08A 25

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