DynaSHIELD® Flashing Grade is a proprietary blend of polymers. It is an elastomeric cement that bonds to metal, wood and other construction products. It is useful for both horizontal and vertical surfaces, and it is an excellent sealant on transitional joints. This product will bridge gaps up to 1/2” in width
DynaSHIELD® Flashing Grade may be applied to metal, stainless steel, thermoplastic roofing materials, and masonry products. It bonds to wood, steel, fiberglass, aluminum and most plastics. It may also be used with reinforcement textiles, fiberglass, and polyester.
Apply evenly at a surface temperature of 35° F or greater. Apply on a clean, dry surface. Do NOT apply over moisture in or on roof deck. Use protective hand gloves and trowel or stiff brush when applying. Warm product to 100 ° F for application.
Easy to Apply
Long Shelf Life
Year Round Usage
Can Be Tinted
||1500 psi ASTM D-2370
||400% ASTM D-2370
||Non-breathing ASTM E-1653
||Weight 58% +/- 2% ASTM D-1353
||Volume 46% +/- 2% ASTM D-2697
||9.32 lbs. per gallon +/- 2%
||Trowel Grade 150,000 – 250,000 cps.
||Passed ASTM D-986
||68 Shore A ASTM D-2240
||3 years unopened at 40° F – 100° F
||1 hr. at 75° F and a thickness of 16 wet mils
||24 – 72 hours depending on humidity,
air movement, and temperature
||Biodegradable citrus cleaning products or ARC’s Cleaning Solvent for oil-based products
||Passed ASTM D-3359
|Passed ASTM D-3359
||<466 grams per liter
Avoid breathing fumes and prolonged contact with skin. Do not ingest. Keep containers covered when not in use. When using, provide proper ventilation. Dispose of product and container in accordance with local disposal codes.
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System warranty available. When sold separately from the system there is no warranty given, expressed or implied, through the values or statements made here, nor are there any assertions that the product purchased has been individually tested to conform to these standards. Testing is performed on a random basis by our in-house and independent third-party labs in order to obtain approval and/or classification. Acceptance, purchase and selection of these products are the sole responsibility of the buyer, buyer’s agent, or the buyer’s customer. ARC assumes no responsibility for coverage, performance, or injuries resulting from use. Liability, if any, is limited to the replacement of the product.
NO OTHER GUARANTY OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY ACE ROOF COATINGS, INC. OR ITS SUBSIDIARIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING COSMETIC APPEARANCE, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Volatile Organic Compound
What Are “VOC’s”?
As more states enact stricter air quality regulations, the term “VOC” is becoming a greater part of our everyday vocabulary. But what exactly is a “VOC”?
VOC is an acronym for Volatile Organic Compound. That’s a mouthful, but what does it mean? VOC’s are carbon based (organic) solvents that evaporate (volatilize) under normal atmospheric conditions and have the ability to photo-react when exposed to sunlight. This reaction creates low-level ozone, a major component of smog.
Smog is associated with causing asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema. Smog poses a health threat to the young, elderly, and those suffering from cardiovascular disease. And as anyone who has flown into some major metropolitan cities (like Los Angeles) can attest, smog is a real problem for everyday citizens. As a result, many states have enacted strict VOC regulations, limiting the level of photo-reactive solvents manufacturers can use in coatings.