Vision Lead Flashing V15-101

Lead Flashing for through-the-roof
Lead Flashing for through-the-roof

Vision Lead Flashing V15-101

Lead "slate" panel with sleeve to enable water tight installation through roofs. 

Includes rubber boot for clamping to mast. 

Our flexible lead slates are made of a special combination of lead and rubber – the rubber ensures that all-important flexibility. 

They’re supplied on a 450 x 450mm base – in code 4 lead.

Our flexible lead slates can be used as weathering slates on: Flat roofs (0° – 20°) Pitched roofs (20° – 40°) You can dress our flexible lead slates to any tile shape you need. 

They can accept masts from 25 to 160mm in diameter.



Lead Flashing for through-the-roof

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Lead "slate" panel with a sleeve is a specialized roofing component designed to provide a water-tight seal around penetrations through a roof, such as plumbing vents or flue pipes. The panel is typically made of lead, which is a durable and flexible material that can be easily shaped and formed to fit the contours of the roof.

The panel is designed to be installed directly onto the roof, with the sleeve extending up through the roof to allow the penetration to pass through. The sleeve is typically made of a durable material, such as rubber or EPDM, that is designed to withstand exposure to the elements.

To install the lead slate panel with sleeve, the following steps are typically taken:

Identify the location where the penetration will pass through the roof and mark the location on the roof.

Cut a hole in the roof that is slightly larger than the diameter of the sleeve.

Install the sleeve through the hole in the roof and secure it in place using roofing nails or screws.

Place the lead slate panel over the sleeve, ensuring that it is properly aligned with the roof.

Secure the lead slate panel to the roof using roofing nails or screws, ensuring that the panel is tightly sealed around the sleeve.

Apply a layer of roofing sealant around the base of the sleeve to ensure that the installation is completely water-tight.

By using a lead slate panel with a sleeve, you can ensure that penetrations through your roof are properly sealed, preventing water from entering your home and causing damage.