Dryvit Flashing Tape is a tough, self-adhering, selfhealing construction grade tape used to seal rough openings in walls utilizing a Dryvit system by bridging the joints between sheathing and other underlying framing or foundation components. It is an integral component of the Outsulation Plus, Outsulation MD, and Infinity Systems. It is available in 4 in (100 mm), 6 in (150 mm) and 9 in (230 mm) widths, 75 ft (23 m) per roll. Questions? Contact Us.
Limitations: Dryvit Flashing Tape should be covered within the same work period. The tape has limited UV resistance and must not be exposed longer than 30 days. The tape is compatible with fully-cured coat tar products. It is not compatible with creosote and joint sealants containing polysulfide polymer. Discoloration of all sealants may occur if sealant is in direct contact with the rubberized asphalt adhesive. After precipitation, allow the surfaces a minimum 24 hours drying time before application. Apply only when surface and air temperatures are at 40 °F (4 °C) and rising.
Composition: Dryvit Flashing Tape is a 25 mil cold-applied, selfadhering membrane composed of a 3.0 mil high density, cross laminated polyethylene film coated on one side with a 22.0 mil layer of rubberized asphalt adhesive. The rolls are inter-wound with a disposable silicone-coated release sheet for ease of application. The tape is gray/black in color.
Surface must be smooth, clean, dry, and free of spalled areas, loose aggregate, loose nails, sharp protrusions of any kind, or any other matter that might hinder the regularity and adhesion of the Flashing Tape installation. Loose dirt or dust must be removed from all surfaces prior to application. It is recommended that Dryvit Flashing Tape Surface Conditioner be used on dirty or dusty surfaces, or if
difficulty in adhering the Flashing Tape for any reason is encountered. Allow Surface Conditioner to dry thoroughly before application of Flashing Tape. Apply Surface Conditioner on the same day that Flashing Tape will be applied. Follow Dryvit’s system instructions for more information.