MG-50 Pipe and Cable Cavity Flashing

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The MG-50 is used inside modern cavity wall systems, it maintains the integrity of the air seal and assists the rainscreen in weather tightness.

A systemised approach to solving a problem means that the finished result is consistent.

Before the final weather seal around the pipe/cable to the cladding is applied the pipe or cable can be moved without affecting the integrity of the airseal.

With high labour costs the time saved equates to money saved.

The MG-50 has holes of different sizes and shapes on request.

The design caters for 20mm cavities but friction seals are available for additional cavity sizes.

The MG-50 was included in testing to E2/VM1 and AS/NZS 4284 of Trespa Meteon on Profix TS10 & TS35 cladding systems in 2010. Tested with Rosenfeld Kidson CedarScreen, CodeMarked in 2014.

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MG-50 Pipe and Cable Cavity Flashing

The MG-50 is used inside modern cavity wall systems, it maintains the integrity of the air seal and assists the rainscreen in weather tightness.

A systemised approach to solving a problem means that the finished result is consistent.

Before the final weather seal around the pipe/cable to the cladding is applied the pipe or cable can be moved without affecting the integrity of the airseal.

With high labour costs the time saved equates to money saved.

The MG-50 has holes of different sizes and shapes on request.

The design caters for 20mm cavities but friction seals are available for additional cavity sizes.

The MG-50 was included in testing to E2/VM1 and AS/NZS 4284 of Trespa Meteon on Profix TS10 & TS35 cladding systems in 2010. Tested with Rosenfeld Kidson CedarScreen, CodeMarked in 2014.

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MG-50 Pipe and Cable Cavity Flashing

The MG-50 is used inside modern cavity wall systems, it maintains the integrity of the air seal and assists the rainscreen in weather tightness.

A systemised approach to solving a problem means that the finished result is consistent.

Before the final weather seal around the pipe/cable to the cladding is applied the pipe or cable can be moved without affecting the integrity of the airseal.

With high labour costs the time saved equates to money saved.

The MG-50 has holes of different sizes and shapes on request.

The design caters for 20mm cavities but friction seals are available for additional cavity sizes.

The MG-50 was included in testing to E2/VM1 and AS/NZS 4284 of Trespa Meteon on Profix TS10 & TS35 cladding systems in 2010. Tested with Rosenfeld Kidson CedarScreen, CodeMarked in 2014.

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