​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​MaxFlashTM

A one-component elastomeric material for use as a flexible flashing membrane. It can also be used to prepare sheathing joints for subsequent application of BASF air/water-resistive barrier membranes.

​Product Highlights

  • ​Can be applied to damp substrates

  • ​Withstands rainfall immediately after application

  • ​180 days UV exposure

  • ​Fast cure and tack-free time

  • ​Bonds to a wide range of substrates

  • ​Does not contain solvents, phthalates or isocyanates

Uses

MaxFlash​​​ can be used as a membrane for flashing rough openings, small penetrations and as a detailing compound for preparing sheathing joints for application of an air/water-resistive barrier membrane. Acceptable substrates include poured concrete/unit masonry, ASTM C1177 sheathings including DensGlassTM exterior sheathing, DensElementTM, eXPTM sheathing, GlasRoc sheathing, SecurockTM glass-mat sheathing, Weather DefenseTM Platinum sheathing, GreenGlass sheathing, PermaBaseTM cement-board by National Gypsum and other cement-boards (ASTM C1325 Type A Exterior) Exposure 1 or exterior plywood sheathing (grade C-D or better), Exposure 1 OSB, gypsum sheathing (ASTM C79 / ASTM C1396) pressure or fire retardant treated wood, steel and aluminum.​

MaxFlash Liquid Flashing Membrane Product Bulletin Teaser Image

MaxFlash Liquid Flashing Membrane Product Bulletin

MaxFlash Flashing Membrane

Material Safety Data Sheets

How to apply MaxFlash to a window rough opening

Watch how to apply MaxFlash to a window rough opening for best practices and tips at the jobsite.

How to apply MaxFlash to sheathing joints

Watch how to apply MaxFlash to sheathing joints for best practices and tips at the jobsite.

How to apply MaxFlash to inside and outside corners

Watch the step-by-step application of Senergy MaxFlash to inside and outside corners.