Hampshire, IL – W. R. MEADOWS introduces AIR-SHIELD BUTYL FLASHING, a self-adhering, flexible transition and detailing membrane that enhances the robust AIR-SHIELD product line. Known for its superior sealing capabilities, it is specially designed for demanding window and door details in building projects.
This butyl-based adhesive product offers exceptional adherence, providing an effective seal against air, liquid, and vapor infiltration. It is designed for easy installation and adapts seamlessly to diverse architectural details. Resistant to extreme temperatures, it is also free of harmful VOCs and compatible with a variety of construction materials, affirming its versatility and sustainable commitment. The product also exceeds the standards set by American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) 711.
We are thrilled to introduce the AIR-SHIELD BUTYL FLASHING to our dynamic AIR-SHIELD lineup. It was our goal to design a robust yet malleable product that could seamlessly adapt to both straightforward and complex building geometries,” stated Russ Snow, W. R. MEADOWS Product Group Manager, Building Envelope. “With its resilient butyl adhesive, this flashing product can be tailored to any shape or corner with just a simple utility knife, presenting an efficient and user-friendly solution within our air barrier product line”
The AIR-SHIELD line, known for providing top-tier protection against uncontrolled air leakage, continues to reinforce the company’s mission of ensuring uncompromised building materials’ performance. The AIR-SHIELD line includes a variety of products, including fluid-applied air barriers, sheet membranes, and vapor-permeable formulations, to provide you with top-tier protection.
W. R. MEADOWS, a family-owned construction materials manufacturer since 1926, has nine manufacturing facilities across North America. Their extensive product range includes concrete curing-and-sealing compounds, joint sealants, expansion joints, and more. For more information, visit www.wrmeadows.com/air-barriers/.