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Product Description
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Triple Seal Energy Sill Sealer™ is the combination of the gasket seal of ENERGY SILL SEAL and the air & moisture barrier protection of MAX-SHIELD. This unification of products gives you the ultimate protection from air & moisture infiltration that can deplete your building of up to 40% of its energy efficiency. 3X sealing provides three adhesive membrane areas for maximum protection.

Energy Sill Seal™ is a permanent gasket seal designed to eliminate air and moisture from entering between the foundation and the floor deck. Made from closed cell cross-linked polyethylene, Energy Sill Seal has the ability to compress and re-adjust for a permanent perfect fit during construction and when the building settles or moves.

Max-Shield™ Perimeter Sill Flashing is made with an extremely durable puncture resistant facer that has over 500% elongation. It offers 100% protection from both air & moisture infiltration and has the ability to expand and contract with extreme substrate movement assuring a permanent long term water tight seal.
Basic Uses
Designed to seal up the most crucial area in a building, the interface between a floor deck/mud sill and top of the foundation.
Features
• Full plate seal, not just internal edge
• Stops moisture and air infiltration at joint
• Separates and provides a thermal break
• Adheres to damp, wet and cold surfaces
• Peel and stick for easy install
• Maintains a permanent seal
• Crossed Linked for Anti-Crush Properties
• Reduces Heating and Cool Costs
• Prevents harmful Garage Fumes from Entering
• Exceeds Local and National Codes
• Help Stop Mold and Mildew
• No Primer Required
• Widest Range of Installation Temperatures
• Workable for Precise Placement
• Compatible with All Building Materials
• Prevents Air and Moisture Infiltration
• Strongest Tape on the Market
• Moves With Joint Expansion and Contraction
• Conforms to Surfaces Irregularities
• Stays Flexible Forever
• Peel and Stick Installation
• Stops Energy Loss
• Stops Bugs from Entering at Joint
• 5 year Shelf Life
• Made in USA

Additional Features
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Peel and Stick application for fast, accurate installation.
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Able to withstand movement and still stay incredibly strong under the harshest conditions.
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By not allowing air and moisture to enter into the building envelope, one can save on utility cost.
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This product will stay Flexible Forever giving it the advantage of moving with the expansion and contraction of the building.
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Crossed linked to provide elongation with recovery properties.
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Can be installed successfully at temperature as low as -30° F.
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Made with Pride in the
United State of America.
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Designed and manufactured with environmental awareness, this product is VOC Complaint and earth friendly.
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Micro-Grab Technology is the most advance adhesive in the world with vastly superior properties including hot, cold and wet weather adhesion.

Box Sill Energy Loss at the Plate Line

Considered the most crucial area to seal up in a building is the interface between a floor deck/mud sill and top of the foundation - the box sill area. Test studies through the United States Department of Energy at Oakridge Laboratories have shown that a building can lose up to 40% of its total energy efficiency through air leakage if not properly sealed.
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Building air leakage is known as infiltration, which is introduction of outside air into a building, via gaps, cracks, door, windows or other unplanned openings. Whenever there is infiltration, there is corresponding exfiltration elsewhere in the building. In winter, air infiltration can result in warm, moist indoor air moving into cold envelope cavities.Air infiltration can cause condensation to occur in the structure, resulting in mold, decay and rot. Infiltration is usually caused by wind, "the stack effect", and/or mechanical equipment in the structure.
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Building air leakage is known as infiltration, which is introduction of outside air into a building, via gaps, cracks, door, windows or other unplanned openings. Whenever there is infiltration, there is corresponding exfiltration elsewhere in the building. In winter, air infiltration can result in warm, moist indoor air moving into cold envelope cavities.Air infiltration can cause condensation to occur in the structure, resulting in mold, decay and rot. Infiltration is usually caused by wind, "the stack effect", and/or mechanical equipment in the structure.
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Wind creates a positive pressure on the windward face. On the opposite side of the building, negative pressure is created which pulls the air out of the building. Wind causes infiltration on one side of a building and exfiltration on the other.
The “stack effect” is when warm air moves upward in a building. This happens in summer and winter, but is most pronounced in the winter because indoor-outdoor temperature differences are the greatest. Warm air rises because it’s lighter than cold air. So when indoor air is warmer than the outdoor air, it escapes out of the upper levels of the building, through open windows, ventilation openings, or penetrations and cracks in the building envelope. The rising warm air reduces the pressure in the base of the building, forcing cold air to infiltrate through open doors, windows, or other openings. The stack effect basically causes air infiltration on the lower portion of a building and exfiltration on the upper part.

Mechanical equipment such as fans and blowers causes the movement of air within buildings and through enclosures, which can generate pressure differences. If more air is exhausted from a building than is supplied, a net negative pressure is generated, which can induce unwanted airflow through the building envelope. Bathroom exhaust fans, clothes dryers, built-in vacuum cleaners, dust collection systems, and range hoods all exhaust air from a building. This creates a negative pressure inside the building. If the enclosure is airtight or the exhaust flow rate high, large negative pressures can be generated.

Plugging crack or opening in a building is critical to a building performance in regards to energy usage and long-term durability. Creating a better balanced building envelope systems can play a important roll in health and safety of its occupants. Reduction in air infiltration can reduce harmful mold, have fewer drafts and can create better performance from ventilation systems.

Weather-Bloc's Triple Seal Energy Sill Sealer is the world's most advanced solution to the "box sill/ plate line" dilemma. Almost 100% of all buildings being built today use a non-crossed linked foam as a sill sealer. This type of foam was never designed as a gasket and can not seal long-term. Non-Crossed linked foams collapse once weight is applied on it, similar to bubble wrap. When the building dries out and the lumber framing and concrete foundation shrinks, large voids are left behind for both air and moisture to infiltrate.

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Weather-Bloc Systems is the first company that offers a gasket sill sealer and for added protection from abnormal shrinkage and voids we developed Max-Shield a peel & stick perimeter sill flashing that gets applied once the floor deck is in place to assure a precise location and accurate installation. This winning combination has been shown to reduce Utility costs by over 35%.
Available Sizes

Sizes

25' - 4" Wide

25' - 6" Wide

75' - 4" Wide

75' - 6" Wide

Rolls/Case

2

2

1

1

Lbs./Case

4

5

12

15

Cases/Pallet

48

48

48

48

Customizable Sizes Available

We believe that Xtreme Weather Flashing tape is the best on the market. We believe it is better than all others flashing tapes including 3M 8067, DuPont Tyvek Tape, Nashua Select, Protecto Super Stick, Grace Vycor Plus, Protecto Wrap Bt-25XI, Henkel OSI TeQ Flash, Windowwrap PSX-20, MFM WindowWrap PowerBond, Henry Blueskin WB, barricade Ulti-Flash, Mpn 45804, Nashua Optiflash, Polyguard, York RESHS09, Shadowlastic, Baricade, Aquaseal Hyband, Adchem DrainFlash and Typar Flashing.