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SR332 The weathertightness of flashing downturns (2015)

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SR332
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01/01/2015

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M. Bassett and G. Overton
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Study report
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This paper explores the weathertight performance of the downturned legs of flashings. The weathertightness of window head flashings has recently been questioned. They are more often procured from a limited range of sizes than folded for a specific joint and may no longer be as tight fitting as was the tradition.

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SR332 The weathertightness of flashing downturns (2015)

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This paper explores the weathertight performance of the downturned legs of flashings. The weathertightness of window head flashings has recently been questioned. They are more often procured from a limited range of sizes than folded for a specific joint and may no longer be as tight fitting as was the tradition.

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SR332 The weathertightness of flashing downturns (2015)
Description

This paper explores the weathertight performance of the downturned legs of flashings. The weathertightness of window head flashings has recently been questioned. They are more often procured from a limited range of sizes than folded for a specific joint and may no longer be as tight fitting as was the tradition.

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