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NovaFlex® is a complete line of one-part and two-part sealants meeting the needs of window, door, siding, and metal roof manufacturers, dealers, building material wholesalers and contractors.
NovaFlex Metal Roof Sealant is a non-corrosive, single-component, oxime-cured, silicone sealant and/or adhesive. This product is a general purpose compound that is used most frequently as a seam sealant or joint filler to help prevent a roof leak in metal roof systems.
NovaFlex Metal Roof Sealant is a single-component, high-solid, low-odor material. It cures to a medium modulus, flexible, and durable rubber-like solid. NovaFlex Metal Roof Sealant will develop primerless, exceptional adhesion to most common construction substrates, and the neutral cure is compatible with most materials.
Recommended for Sealing: Metal siding/metal roofs, gutters, wood, steel, chimney flashing, snow guards, pipe boots, and downspouts/trim.
Appearance: Colored paste
Application Temperature: -20°F to 160°F
(-29°C to 71°C )
Service Temperature: -40°F to 400°F
(-40°C to 204°C )
Adhesion: Excellent to most common
Bridging Ability: Excellent, bridges gaps to 3/8"
Gunning Ability: Easy to gun
Durability: +/- 35-50% depending on
Flexibility: Very good to -10°F
Water Resistance: Good, not to be submerged
Exterior Weathering: Excellent
Not Recommended: For surfaces that are to be painted, for joints submerged under water
Freeze-Thaw Stable: Will not freeze
Cure Through Time:
NovaFlex® Metal Roof Sealant provides unbeatable adhesion to standard metal, coated metals, wood, masonry, PVC and most common construction materials.
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