Pipe Flashing for coastal and extreme UV environments.

Press Release Summary:

Using true marine grade stainless steel for eliminating roof leaks, 316L Stainless Steel Ultimate Pipe Flashing fights against the effects of salt water, chloride and high sunlight exposure. Made from ultra-pure silicone elastomer flexible bushing, product provides precised sealing to the pipe from thermal changes on roof and is made of 316L stainless steel, ultra-pure silicone rubber and solid molded PVC.

Original Press Release:

Lifetime Tool & Building Products Launches the 316L True Marine Grade Stainless Steel Ultimate Pipe Flashing®

The # 1 Roof Leak is caused by failed pipe flashings!

Lifetime Tool & Building Products proudly announces the release of our NEW 316L Stainless Steel Ultimate Pipe Flashing®, guaranteed to eliminate the number one roof leak in the harshest coastal and ultraviolet (UV) environments, when properly installed. This new product directly combats the effects of salt water, chloride, extreme sunlight exposure, and pipe thermal movement, which are the major causes of plumbing pipe flashing failures resulting in roof leaks. 

What can replace the lead (Pb) flashings and still survive the coastal and extreme UV environments? Only the patented Lifetime Tool Stainless Steel Ultimate Pipe Flashing®, made from 316L Stainless Steel (a true marine grade stainless steel) for unmatched long-term performance in coastal and extreme UV environments. The Ultimate Pipe Flashing® provides a precision seal to the pipe with a flexible bushing made from an ultra-pure silicone elastomer which accommodates daily movement from thermal changes on the roof. This lifetime pipe seal is then reinforced with a solid PVC collar engineered to provide lifelong compression of the seal to the pipe. The unique combination of 316L stainless steel, ultra-pure silicone rubber, and solid molded PVC provide the most robust resistance to sunlight, extreme UV, coastal and non-coastal chlorides, and thermal movement, making the Stainless Steel Ultimate Pipe Flashing® the ONLY true choice when replacing lead (Pb) flashings on the roof in coastal or any other environments.

For decades, existing pipe flashings (including lead) used by most roofers either fail at the time of installation or shortly thereafter. While lead (Pb) has been banned in most construction applications (paints, window blinds) for content in the parts per million, it is still used, as solid lead, in roofing because there has never been an effective alternative, until NOW. Lead flashings have many issues. Not only are they hazardous, but they do not handle mechanical stress from thermal movement; do not adequately accommodate pitch; and are often difficult to re-shape and install. These failures often result in hidden water and mold damage that may go undetected for years.

Premium materials, superior design, and patented technology allow Lifetime Tool® to offer the Ultimate Pipe Flashing® along with its no-nonsense warranty for the life of your roofing shingle, tile, or slate. For more information, visit: http://www.lifetimetool.com.

Lifetime Tool® and its founder have been manufacturing innovative and patented roofing products for more than 25 years. Made in the U.S.A. these products have all been successful and many have become the de-facto standard in the roofing industry. The Lifetime Tool® goal has always been to build premium components that are a true value, and which are sustainable by quality, material selection, and design. (http://www.lifetimetool.com)


Tom Geppi

National Director, Sales & Marketing

Lifetime Tool & Building Products




Web Site: http://www.lifetimetool.com 

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