The larger sized MG-100 range cavity flashings are made of EVA foam, and like the smaller range, are backed with reinforced butyl rubber. This range can be made to fit any size and dye cut to any required shape.
“This style of cavity flashing should be used on all downpipes, waterpipes and waste pipes that run through the cladding face,” John says. “They are an inexpensive addition to a property that will protect the building in the critical areas. They’re a vital part of construction because these areas are the places where buildings can and do fail.”
John says the ranges are being used across the board in applications from commercial settings through to residential homes. “On a residential property, you could be looking at needing anywhere from one to 10, for example, while in commercial properties they can be used for all sorts of purposes. Recently, for example, we supplied 84 for a bank’s signage, and thousands for a large shopping mall.”
Vanluk’s cavity flashings are custom-made in New Zealand. There is always a standard range of both sizes in stock, but custom-made pieces can be manufactured with very short lead times.
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