ZIP System Liquid Flash

Ultimate Versatility for Sealing Every Rough Opening

ZIP SystemTM Liquid Flash is a liquid-applied flashing membrane made of STPE (silyl-terminated-polyether) technology. This high performance formulation combines the durability of silicones with the toughness of urethanes.

 



Engineered for sealing irregular, curved or hard to flash areas.


1 Optimal Viscosity

Flows easily to seal irregular shapes and surfaces.

2 Quick Cure Time

Immediately weather resistant and tack free in as little as 20–40 minutes depending on conditions. Target thickness achieved when substrate is no longer visible.

3 Weather and UV Resistant

Warranted for up to 180 days of extreme weather and UV exposure.

4 Proper Adhesion to a Wide Range of Surfaces

Bonds to wood, concrete, masonry, architectural metals, glass, PVC, FRP, EPDM and most other building materials.

 




Forms an instant seal, under the most demanding conditions.

Flows easily to seal difficult areas, such as rough openings and wall penetrations.

Bonds and cures in wet weather and on damp substrates.

Becomes waterproof immediately after installation, providing fast rough dry-in.

 




Product Videos

 

How to Load

Window Sills

Inside Corners

Seam Sealing

How to Resize Trowel
 




Liquid Flash Installation Options

Sausage Tube

ZIP System™ Liquid Flash is a gun grade sealant that comes in 20 oz. sausage tubes or 29 oz. cartridges.

Spreader

Liquid Flash spreads easily with a ZIP System spreader or similar tool.

 

Seam Sealing and Flashing Applications

 




PRODUCT DATA




ZIP System® Liquid Flash
Packaging
Options
Typical Coverage:
Window Sill Flashing
(2x4 Framing)
Cured
Thickness
Compound
Technology
Water and Air
Penetration
Installation
Temperature
Range
Allowable
UV
Exposure
Tack Free
Time
Cure Time
20 oz. Sausage Pack 20 lf (approx. six 3'-0" window sills)

29 lf (approx. nine 3'-0" window sills)
12 mils STPE Polyner ASTM E331:
Pass
ASTM E2357:
Pass
35F-110F 180 days 20-40 Minutes* 1/8" Thickness
= 24 Hours*
29 oz. Cartridge

* At 70F and 50% relative humidity. Low temperatures and low relative humidity slow dry time; high temperatures and high relative humidity accelerate dry time.