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Flashing Tape Products. What is Flashing? Flashing- a component or a system typically composed of sheet material that is employed at interfaces between.

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1 Flashing Tape Products

2 What is Flashing? Flashing- a component or a system typically composed of sheet material that is employed at interfaces between building components for the purpose of diverting water directly to the exterior or onto the weather-resistant resistant barrier. Flashing- prevents water vapor, moisture and air from infiltrating the building envelope. Flashing- contributes to energy efficiency and the durability of building materials. Applications Window and Door Flashing Skylights and Dormers Hip and ridge vents for tiled roofs Dryer Vents Corner Board Abutments Deck to Wall joints Sidewall Sheathing Seams Sheet metal repairs on RVs and trailer trucks (foil backed) Gutters, Rooftop duct systems (foil backed)

3 Berry Plastics Flashing Tape Products Polyken Flashing Tapes Shadowlastic & Foilastic & Barricade OptiFlash Flash Right Bead Right 365 Private Label Custom designed for: –Building Material Mfrs –Window Mfrs –Distributors

4 Polyken Shadowlastic vs Polyken Shadowlastic Extruded PE face film-Unprinted 14 mils of High Temperature Butyl Rubber adhesive (30F – 180F) Can wrinkle under high heat or UV, but will typically rebound overnight Stiff facer, doesn’t conform 3 year UV resistance Commonly used for residential window and door flashing Meets AAMA 711 & ASTM E2112 4, 6 & 9” X 100 ft rolls Polyken Shadowlastic Extruded PE face film-Unprinted 29 mils of High Temperature Butyl Rubber adhesive (30F – 180F) Can wrinkle under high heat or UV but will typically rebound overnight Stiff facer, doesn’t conform 3 year UV resistance Commonly used for hip and ridge flashing on tiled roofs, skylights and dormers, window and door flashing Meets AAMA 711 & ASTM E2112 3, 6, 9, 12 & 36” X 50 ft rolls

5 Polyken Foilastic vs Polyken Foilastic Foil backed 18 mils of High Temperature Butyl Rubber adhesive (30F- 180F) Can be painted Conformable- aluminum has dead fold properties Unlimited UV resistance Commonly used with in residential window and door flashing Meets AAMA 711 & ASTM E2112 4, 6 & 9” X 100 ft rolls Polyken Foilastic Foil backed 33 mils of High Temperature Butyl Rubber adhesive (30F- 180F) Can be painted Conformable- aluminum has dead fold properties Unlimited UV resistance Commonly used in roof applications, commercial and multifamily flashing and vehicle repairs Meets AAMA 711 & ASTM E2112 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 36” X 50 ft rolls

6 Barricade OptiFlash vs. Polyken Shadowlastic Barricade OptiFlash Woven PE Face film-Printed Cold Weather Butyl Rubber adhesive (0F- 150F) Excellent stay flat properties Improved drape- more conformable, manages contour changes well 1 year UV resistance Meets AAMA 711 & ASTM E2112 4, 6 & 9” X75 ft rolls Polyken Shadowlastic Extruded PE face film-Unprinted High Temperature Butyl Rubber adhesive (30F – 180F) Can wrinkle under heat Stiff facer, doesn’t conform 3 year UV resistance Meets AAMA 711 & ASTM E2112 4, 6 & 9” X 100 ft rolls

7 Barricade OptiFlash 732 vs. Barricade Flash Right Barricade OptiFlash Woven PE Face film-Printed Cold Weather Butyl Rubber adhesive (0F- 150F) Excellent stay flat properties Compatible with most sealants and caulking types 1 year UV resistance Meets AAMA 711 & ASTM E2112 4, 6 & 9” X75 ft rolls Barricade Flash Right Woven PE face film-Printed Rubberized Asphalt adhesive (40F – 150F) Excellent stay flat properties Incompatible with most sealant and caulking types. Warranty is not valid unless used with Barricade Bead Right 1 year UV resistance Meets AAMA 711 & ASTM E2112 4, 6 & 9” X 100 ft rolls

8 Barricade Bead Right Tested for compatibility with rubberized asphalt adhesives Low VOC- meets SCAQMD Rule #1168, can contribute to LEED points for Indoor Environmental Quality Available April 27, 2009 Included in Homebrella Warranty

9 Why choose Butyl Rubber Adhesive? Sealant Compatibility- Butyl rubber adhesive contains no VOCs- VOCs (volatile organic compounds) present in SBS asphalt formulations can react with the solvents in caulking and sealant compounds causing degradation of both systems. This compromises the seal integrity, threatening the weather resistance of the installation. Ease of use- Contractors and installers can use a wide variety of caulking and sealants with confidence about the compatibility of the materials. Broad Temperature performance Cold Weather Adhesion- Butyl rubber stays pliable at low temperatures and can be formulated for excellent anchorage to a variety of building materials at temperatures as low as 0F. SBS asphalt becomes brittle below 40F reducing ability to stick to surfaces. High Temperature Stability- Butyl rubber has high cohesive strength and structural integrity that support the adhesive at elevated temperatures as high as 180F. SBS asphalt has a narrow temperature range and will often run or ooze at elevated temperatures. Butyl Rubber- Superior Performance Over the Life of the Installation

10 Why choose Butyl Rubber Adhesive? Adhesion- Butyl rubber adheres strongly to a variety of building materials including vinyl, wood, aluminum, nonwoven and polymeric membranes, and masonry. Durability- Long Term Pliability- Butyl rubber maintains it’s flexibility over the life of the application providing excellent ozone and weathering. Solvents in SBS asphalt formulations can dissipate over time causing the adhesive to dry out and compromise seal integrity. Impermeable- Butyl rubber provides an impenetrable barrier to water, air and water vapor to protect spaces from environmental exposure. Butyl Rubber- Superior Performance Over the Life of the Installation

11 Berry Tapes and Coatings is a pioneer and leader in plastic extrusion coating and laminating. Technologies include: Aqueous, UV, and solvent coating Solid fiber laminating Die-cutting and sheeting Solventless laminating Woven tape manufacturing and processing Chipboard paper manufacturing Woven fabrics and printing Breadth of Process & Material Capabilities, Depth of Applications Experience Why Choose Berry Plastic Tapes & Coatings?

12 Quality Consistency  Quality certifications: ISO14001, ISO9001:2000, ISO13488, and QS9000  Six Sigma- Align and perfect all organizational processes until customer expectations are met 99.99%  Continuous investment in equipment, automation, and IT systems Spread Coating at the Franklin, Kentucky Plant Process Capacity  Global redundant production capabilities: KY, RI, NJ, AL, MS, TX, Mexico, India  More calendar coating capacity than any other manufacturer in the world  Variety of calendaring methods  Vertically Integrated  Film and adhesive making  Cloth Manufacturing in Albertville, AL Why Choose Berry Plastic Tapes & Coatings? Breadth of Process & Material Capabilities, Depth of Applications Experience

13  Single & Multi layer extrusion  Extrusion Coating  Radiation Cross-linking  MD Orientation  Calendering  Reverse and Knife over roll  Gravure & Mayer rod  Slot die  Asphalt  Butyl Rubber  Epoxy  Hot Melt  Acrylic  Silicone  Polyurethanes  Hybrids  FTIR  DMA  TGA  DSC  GC  Electron and Opt. Microscopy  ASTM, DIN, EN, ICC, AAMA and NACE  Batch Compounding  Single & Multi Layer Extrusion  Extrusion Coating  Calendering  Reverse, Gravure & Slot Die Coating (Aqueous & Solvent) Breadth of Process & Material Capabilities, Depth of Applications Experience  Polyolefins  Copolymers  Elastomers  Foils  Cloths  Laminates  Foams  Paper Analytical & Physical Testing Substrates Adhesives Pilot Lab Manufacturing Technologies` Releas e Liners Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Tapes Adhesives Backings Multi Layered Structures  Polymer  Foil  Polymer  Paper Why Choose Berry Plastic Tapes & Coatings?

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