EPDM Flashing Tape-EPDM Roof System

EPDM Flashing Tape-EPDM Roof System

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Resistant to UV light, high heat and moisture Long-term durability
Excellent adhesion and formability Flashing details with proven peel &
stick technology
No torch or liquid adhesives Improved safety
Fast installation Saves time and labor
Waterproof detail Suitable for roofing, pond lining, and
waterproofing applications



  Typical Values Test Method
Base Polymer (Cover
& Tape)
Color (Cover & Tape) Black Visual
Tensile Strength 250 psi max. ASTM D 412 Die C
Elongation 600% ASTM D 412
Ozone Resistance No Cracking ASTM D 1149
Peel Strength 10 pli @ 70oF (21oC) ASTM D 413
Shear Strength 20 psi @70oF (21oC) ASTM D 816
-50oF (-46oC) ASTM D 2137


EPDM Flashing Tape consists of an uncured EPDM membrane that has been laminated to a 25 mil EPDM based pressure sensitive tape. This tape is comprised of vulcanized rubber adhesive that will provide OEM quality performance for EPDM single-ply restoration projects. EPDM Flashing Tape is extremely flexible and can be formed to fit irregular shapes and surfaces. Due to the exceptional strength of the vulcanized rubber adhesive, EPDM Flashing Tape will not shrink, bridge, or delaminate due to stress or movement in the roofing system.

EPDM Flashing Tapes are ideal for fl ashing rooftop penetrations and other details such as:
• Overlay at T-joints, corners, pipes, and penetrations
• General repair in non-traffic areas
• Gravel stop fl ashing
• General purpose fl ashing
• Metal edge tie-in

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven. If necessary, clean the surface to receive cover with an approved EPDM membrane cleaner.

1. Clean entire surface where EPDM Flashing Tape will be applied.
2. Apply EPDM primer to entire surface to be covered using the supplied scrub pad. NOTE: Use caution when installing at temperatures below 40oF (4oC) to prevent blushing of EPDM primer (formation of condensation on surface of primer).
3. Allow the primer to dry to the touch (no material transfer, typically less than 20 minutes). Dry time will vary depending on ambient temperature and humidity.
4. Once the primer is dry immediately install EPDM Flashing Tape.
5. Position Flashing Tape over primed area and remove release liner at 45 degree angle while pressing down cover strip by hand.
6. Roll the flashing with a 2” (5.08cm) wide silicone roller.
7. Seal edges of flashing detail with Pliobond Lap Sealant.

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.


• Not for use on PVC roof membranes.
• Not for use in high traffi c areas.
• Talc, dust, oil, ice, snow, or wet conditions inhibit good adhesion. Clean and dry surfaces are necessary for proper installation of this product.

Store material in original unopened packaging at temperatures between 40°F-110°F (4°C – 43°C). Shelf life of 9 months when stored as recommended.

EPDM Flashing Tape is available in the following sizes:
Widths Length Part # Rolls/Case
6 in (152mm) 100 ft. (30.48m) ET-0553-06 2
12 in (305mm) 50 ft. (15.24m) ET-0553-12 1

Viking Prouducts Group warrants its products to conform to VPG’s specifications at the time of sale when tested according to VPG standards. If a product is proven to be defective when tested according to VPG standards, VPG will, at its option, refund the purchase price or replace or repair the defective product. This limited time warranty is the buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy against VPG and is in lieu of any and all other warranties, express or implied, including, but not limited to, any implied warranty
of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Royal be liable for any special, incidental, consequential, or punitive damages arising out of any claims whether based on negligence, contract, warranty, strict liability or otherwise.

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that VPG believes is reliable. However, VPG does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of
this information. The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of VPG’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of VPG’ s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’ s
end product and the suitability of VPG’ s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.