Masonry Flashing

Through-Wall Masonry Flashing

Backed by over 25 years of proven performance, Hyload Through-Wall Masonry Flashing was the first-ever high-performance flexible flashing membrane system, originating in the United Kingdom.

Since its introduction, our masonry flashing has maintained the position as market leader in the U.K. and is now manufactured in the U.S. by Hyload, Inc. in Wadsworth, Ohio.

The extensive market research and proven performance make our flashing invaluable for today’s construction. The user-friendly system not only provides the specifier with a quality-assured design, but ease of application for the mason as well.

The Hyload Masonry Flashing Advantage

  • Three high-performance membranes
  • Three-dimensional preformed shapes or cloaks
  • Sealant compatibility with urethanes and silicones
  • Four membrane colors
  • UV stable

Listed in AIA Master Format Division 4; Certified to ISO 9001:2000 with Design

The architectural design and the method in which you physically incorporate our flashing membrane into a building can vary.

To support today’s construction needs, Hyload produces three different types of membranes for use in different applications:

  • Flashing Membrane, 40 mil
  • Self-Adhered Flashing Membrane, 40 mil
  • Self-Adhered Flashing Membrane with DRIP, 40 mil

The unique polymer blend of the Hyload membranes incorporates DuPont™ Elvaloy® and provides excellent UV and ozone resistance.

Masonry Flashing is available in Gray, White, Tan/Buff and Black, with additional colors available upon request.

All three Hyload flashing membranes provide a tough, watertight sheet. When combined with Hyload Cloaks, the system provides an excellent barrier to interior water entry in masonry wall construction. It is typically used in built-in flashing applications with masonry, concrete, gypsum, wood or metal back-up walls.

Hyload masonry flashing membranes are 40 mil polymeric, reinforced, and incorporate DuPont™ Elvaloy® KEE polymer. It is manufactured in standard widths of 12″, 18″, 24″, and 36″. The standard roll length is 75′.