flashing (flash’ – ing): Light gauge materials that seal around windows and doors to prevent water from entering walls and other openings of the building envelope.
3M™ All Weather Flashing Tape 8067 is engineered to increase productivity while solving the most critical flashing problems. Self-adhered, waterproof flashing membrane is designed for sealing around openings and penetrations in exterior walls. This product has a unique acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive that aggressively sticks and stays stuck both at lower and higher application temperatures than traditional flashing tapes. It even adheres to damp surfaces. 3M™ All Weather Flashing Tape 8067 prevents moisture and leaks and resists UV exposure.
All Weather Flashing Tape 8067 by 3M™ is easy to apply. Simply peel back the split liner and press the tape into place to create an instant, waterproof seal around windows, doors, and other openings of the building envelope.
Use 3M™ Flashing Tape for sealing joints around sills, jambs, and heads of rectangular windows in wood frame construction and around other wall interruptions in non-roof areas, such as thresholds, dryer vents, and hose bibs.
3M™ flashing tape is self-wound on 3″ branded core tubes and provided with a split, paper release liner for fast, easy removal and accurate positioning of the tape. Available in 75 ft. rolls. Contact us today for available widths.
3M™ All Weather Flashing Tape 8067 is engineered to increase productivity while solving the most critical flashing problems. Unique acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive sticks and stays stuck to seal around windows, doors and other openings. To prevent moisture intrusion, the thin backing construction effectively conforms and seals around nails and staples with less buildup under siding. Proprietary construction will not liquefy, bleed, or melt in contact with many building sealants or in extreme summer temperatures.
3M™ All Weather Flashing Tape 8067 stays stuck, even in extreme temperatures. It can be applied to materials without primers or staples and bonds in surface temperatures from 0° to 176°F (-18° to 80°C) per AMAA 711-05. Its proprietary backing seals around nails and staples to prevent moisture intrusion. This backing is also tough, resists punctures and tears, yet it is thin to fit conveniently into corners and under siding.