The Dektite high temperature flashing is made of silicone and can withstand much higher temperatures than an EPDM flashing. The silicone cone seals to the flue pipe whilst the flexible base can be moulded to most roof profiles (including metal corrugated roofs). This flashing is commonly used as a workshop stove flashing as it can withstand intermittent temperatures of up to 250ºC and be fitted to profiled and corrugated roofs. This roof flashing is covered by a 20 year warranty.
Please note that the maximum temperature that the Dektite high temperature flashing can get to is 250ºC.
|INSTALLATION||Dektite high temperature flashing fitting instructions.|
|Low modulus silicone||£5.75|
|Dektite 201 High Temperature Flashing||£12.25|
|Dektite 202 High Temperature Flashing||£17.50|
|Dektite 203 High Temperature Flashing||£22.75|
|Dektite 204 High Temperature Flashing||£29.50|
|Dektite 205 High Temperature Flashing||£34.75|
|Dektite 206 High Temperature Flashing||£41.50|
|Dektite 207 High Temperature Flashing||£67.00|
|Dektite 208 High Temperature Flashing||£78.00|
|Dektite 209 High Temperature Flashing||£146.00|
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