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Georgia-Pacific expands DensDefy system

DensDefy Liquid Flashing and Transition Membrane protect against water and air intrusion.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Georgia-Pacific has launched DensDefy Accessories, comprised of liquid flashing and a transition membrane primarily used in the DensElement Barrier System.

DensDefy Liquid Flashing is a flexible, liquid flashing membrane seals and protects against water intrusion for transitions between substrates (at rough openings, penetrations, joints, sheathing fasteners, and seams) and unwanted air movement in new or existing wall assemblies as part of the DensElement Barrier System.

DenDefy Transition Membrane from Georgia-Pacific.

The product creates an elastomeric flashing membrane that is highly durable and eliminates the need for joint reinforcing tape, reducing overall preparation time.

The product is fast cure, moist cure, may be applied in low temps, can tolerate rain immediately after application, and is easy to install.

The DensDefy Transition Membrane is a flexible, self-adhering membrane used to maintain continuity of the above-grade water-resistant barrier and air barrier at complicated transition areas of the DensElement Barrier System.

The adhesive bonds easily to most building substrates and allows for high elongation, low-temperature application, and adhesion without primer. Ideal for gaps greater than 1” resulting from transitions between dissimilar materials, vertical expansion joints, or at the base of a rough opening.

“Given the ongoing labor shortage in the industry, our customers need products that bridge the gap,” said Jason Peace, Vice President of Marketing & Product Management for Georgia-Pacific Building Products. “Our focus is on providing the highest-quality, innovative portfolio of integrated sheathing solutions, while keeping it simple for customers. DensElement Barrier System was our first foray into water management; the DensDefy Accessories complete our system, allowing customers to get the entire package from one customer.”

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