3.000m long, Abutment Flashing 1000/32B Juniper Green, 200mm x 200mm x 100°, Polyester Coated
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The abutment flashing is to be used where a roof meets an upright wall to cover the void where the sheets meets the wall using a 22mm stitcher to fix it to the roof sheet.
This abutment is manufactured in a polyester finish in juniper green (BS 12B29) and is manufactured in a 3.000m length. It is made to a 100 degree angle to suit a 10 degree roof pitch but there is some flexibility in it. This is manufactured in a 0.5mm gauge.
- Length - 3.000m
- Dimensions - 200mm x 200mm
- Angle - 100deg
- Finish - Painted Polyester Coating
- Material - Galvanised Steel
- Colour - Juniper Green (BS 12B29)
- Thickness - 0.5mm
- Weight - 5.76kg
- Colour Side - Internal
- Lap - 100mm mimimum
- Edges - Un Welted
- Where do I use an abutment flashing?
An abutment flashing is used the cap the void where the roof sheets meet a wall at the top of the run.
- How much should I lap the abutments over one another?
You should have a minimum of 150mm for lapping the ridges.
- How do I fix the abutment flashing?
You want to use the stitchers screws to stitch the abutment to the highest point of the profile on the sheet, and a suitable fixing for the wall you are putting the abutment up .
- Can I get different sized flashings?
Yes, we can manufacture made to order flashings. If you want to make an enquiry, please contact our sales team.
- How do I know what abutment I need?
The angle of abutment you need is calculated by adding the roof pitch degree to 90°. E.G if your roof pitch is 20°, it would be 90° + 20° = 110°.
- Is there any flexibility in the abutment flashing?
There is a small amount of flexibility in the ridge, so if you are using our 110° stock ridge you will be able to flex it some degrees either way.
- Can Southern Sheeting cut flashings?
Southern Sheeting will not cut stock flashings. Made to order flashings can be cut to different lengths and girths.