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FlashRite Red Weather Seal

$28.45 inc GST

The Roof Extenda FlashRite Weather Seal is suitable for all roofs. Silicone will withstand constant temperatures of -50oC to 200oC.

FlashRite Weather Seal (Red)

  • Suitable for all roofs
  • Red silicone certified for installation to BAL 29 rated roof
  • Red silicone will withstand constant temperatures of -50oC to 200oC
  • Suitable for both standard and retrofit application (clips not included)
  • Polymer is Ozone and UV resistant
  • Base size: 164 x 164mm
  • Pipe size: 10-90mm (25o roof pitch) 10-70mm (45o roof pitch)

FlashRite Weather Seal

The FlashRite weather seal is fitted to the top bracket. Mark the position of the FlashRite weather seal on the roofing. Slide the FlashRite weather seal up to apply clear neutral cure silicone inside the area marked, press the FlashRite weather seal into position and finish with a bead of silicone to the edges of the FlashRite weather seal to complete the fitting.

Installation Guide FlashRite Weather Seal

Roof Extenda works with its manufacturers to produce a quality product. Roof Extenda has both electroplated mild steel & 316 marine grade stainless steel brackets available.

The zinc electroplated brackets have a top coating. Roof Extenda cannot provide any guarantees on the lifetime of the brackets and recommends the following:

  • Check brackets annually.
  • Clean and coat if required with a cold galvanized paint which can be purchased at most hardware stores. This can be easily applied to the exposed surfaces of the brackets.
  • If brackets show signs of corrosion they can be replaced by a builder.

If installing Roof Extenda brackets in highly corrosive areas we recommend the home owner considers using Roof Extenda’s 316 marine grade stainless steel brackets. Stainless steel brackets can still show signs of corrosion and should be checked annually.