Flashings

Sarnaclad

Sarnaclad is a heat-weldable flashing product used with Sarnafil G and S membranes to form a monolithic roofing or waterproofing system

Sarnastack Split

Sarnastack Split is 60 mil (1.5 mm) thick prefabricated pipe boot open along one side to provide a simplified flashing solution for pipes, vent stacks and round penetrations up to 7 inches (178 mm) in diameter when access is obstructed and does not allow for the use of a Sarnastack Universal pipe boot.

Sarnacircles

Sarnacircles is a 60 mil (1.5 mm) thick prefabricated circle used as a time-saving and attractive patch on a Sika Sarnafil roofing or waterproofing installation.

Sarnacorners-Inside

Sarnacorners - Inside are a 60 mil (1.5 mm) thick prefabricated corner used as a time-saving and attractive part of a wall flashing detail. Sarnacorners - Inside come in EnergySmart white

Sarnacorners-Outside

Sarnacorners - Outside are a 60 mil (1.5 mm) thick prefabricated corner used as a time-saving and attractive part of curb and wall flashing details. Sarnacorners - Outside are available in EnergySmart white

Wall Grip Coping

Wall Grip Coping is a metal coping with hold down cleats and metal drain chairs for capping most any parapet. Wall Grip Coping is used with either an adhered or mechanically attached Sika Sarnafil Roof System to secure and protect membrane flashings.

G459 Flashing Membrane

G459 flashing membrane is a heat-weldable roofing membrane formulated for direct exposure to the weather and is produced with an integral fiberglass mat reinforcement for dimensional stability. G459 flashing membrane is used to flash roof penetrations.  G459 flashing membrane can be adhered directly to asphalt-contaminated surfaces. G459 flashing membrane is produced in various widths and lengths.

Sika® Sarnastack Universal

Sarnastacks are 48 mil (0.048 in./1.2 mm) thick prefabricated membrane
flashings. Sarnastacks are a time-saving and convenient method to flash rooftop vent stacks and pipes. Sarnastacks simplify the flashing procedures for various penetrations, reducing the risk of leakage at small to typical pipe size penetration details.