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  • Leadax Original Flashing is installed and formed in a similar way to traditional lead flashing.
  • Use your hands to pre-form Leadax Original flashing and the Leadax Dresser or Steel Pressure Roller to mold it into place.
  • Temperature changes have little or no effect on the expansion or contraction of the product.


Roofing Materials

  • Leadax Original flashing is suitable with all types of roofing materials (EPDM, bitumen, plastics and metals), only use Leadax High-Tack Sealant for fixation (not hot air)
  • Leadax Original flashing can be used on all lead code 5 applications.
  • For flat and low-slope roofs, seal edges and seams with Leadax High-Tack Sealant.



  • The ideal installation temperature is from 41°F (5 °C) and rising. Leadax Original flashing can be installed in temperatures as low as -4°F (-20°C), however forming Leadax Original flashing could be more difficult and require additional time.
  • Ensure surface is dry and free of grease and dust before applying Leadax Original flashing.


  • Installs up to 19.7ft (6m) without needing an overlap.
  • Overlaps must be a minimum of 3.1” (80mm) and sealed with hot air or Leadax High-Tack Sealant.
  • The recommended welding temperature is 800°F (425°C), depending on the ambient temperature. Use the Leadax steel pressure roller to press down the welding seam.
  • In areas frequently exposed to wind, Leadax Original flashing can be secured using Leadax High-Tack Sealant.
  • When molded or used as a facing material, it is recommended to secure with Leadax High-Tack Sealant.
  • Use Leadax High-Tack Sealant to seal off any edges and seams.
  • After application, remove the protective film from the face and reverse.

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