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    Chimney Seal in TS System

    This flashing is prepared in a workshop, following fulfilment of its execution conditions.

    It consists of three elements (listed in order of installation):

    • universal front with folded soft leaden collar and sides
    • ready-made back of a chimney with sides folded in a semicircle
    • set of finishing and sealing strips with the width of 7 cm

    The sides feature single-element waterproofing fold with the height of 3 cm and a backing with the height of 2 cm, each separated from each other and a chimney to the distance of 8 cm. The back of a chimney is put on the front of a chimney, with a minimum lap of 15 cm. Finishing strips (incised or sealed) are fixed from the front to the back of a chimney.

    Conditions for execution of standard TS system flashing:

    • roof inclination angle is known
    • given chimney width is 120 cm (preparation of a single-element front/back of a chimney)
    • given length of a chimney after the slope (no limits)

    The benefits of employing the system:

    • durability of flashing similar to the life of the material used
    • tightness of the flashing equalling its durability
    • time savings (installation of a ready-made chimney flashing takes 15–45 minutes)
    • possibility of perfect joining of a front apron with any type of roofing
    • relatively low cost of flashing execution
    • unmatched aesthetics and quality of execution

    Cornice and Firewall Flashings

    Technical description of the system:

    • aluminium brackets, with thickness of 3 mm, and with length of 10–20 cm, fixed directly to the surface of a cornice or a firewall, in pairs, every 60 cm at minimum
    • aluminium T-bars, with thickness of 3 mm, resting on a bracket and serving as a support for OSBs, screwed permanently after levelling
    • OSB, with thickness of 18–22 mm, and the width of cornice for fixing to T-bars
    • steel galvanised sheet metal retainers, with thickness of 0.7 mm, fixed at the edges of OSBs
    • distance mat, fixed to entire surface of an OSB, DORKEN Delta Trela ST
    • re-profiled noble metal sheet, fixed to a board with the use of permanent arresters, e.g. manufactured by RHEINZINK
    • self-adhesive expanding seal in each double seam joining sheets

    The benefits of employing the system:

    • elimination of possible curvature of poured cornices
    • possibility of executing precise sloping in the direction of a roof
    • elimination of firewall or cornice freezing owing to thermal insulation of spaces between brackets
    • increased durability of tinsmith’s flashing to strong wind gusts
    • maximum tightness of the installed flashings
    • durability of the entire system, similar to the durability of the used material
    • unmatched precision and aesthetics of execution

    Semicircular Attic Window Flashings

    Technical description of the system:

    • OSB sheathing or boarding of an entire attic window/its semicircular roof, together with 30–80 cm back ‘incision’ for roofing
    • fixing of roofing membrane with distance mat on an entire boarding area, e.g. DORKEN Delta Trella
    • side bowl troughs of an attic window with soldered catch strip
    • back bowl troughs of an attic window, soldered and introduced under the proper roofing (roofing tiles, slates)
    • roll sheet profiling on MINIPROOF
    • upsetting/drawing of seaming sheet in order to obtain the right arc curvature
    • fixing of re-profiled arc sheets with the use of permanent and movable arresters in the system of double standing seam
    • sealing of each seam with a self-adhesive expanding seal
    • execution of facade part of an attic window — following technological rules and good roofer’s practice

    The benefits of employing the system:

    • guaranteed tightness of the very attic window roofing and its joint with the proper roof as an outcome of the employed technology
    • possibility of adaptation to development conditions
    • unmatched aesthetics and quality of execution
    • attic window execution contrasts with other roofing elements
    • source of diversity of form — providing for an effect of uniqueness of the entire building
    • perfect way to create additional living space at the attic, while retaining individual roof concept and attic window shape

    Arc Flashing of Balconies

    Technical description of the system:

    • execution of a flashing according to a template, in workshop environment
    • surface grounding of a balcony/terrace with ENKE UN 1263 preparation
    • application of glue for joining sheets with concrete, e.g. RHEINZINK ENKOLIT, onto 106% of area appropriated for tinsmith’s flashing; application thickness of 4–8 mm, depending on surface curvature
    • application of tinsmith’s flashing and thorough pressing of glue beyond edges — technological restrictions pertaining to contact area between titanium-zinc sheets and concrete/lime plaster
    • anchoring tinsmith’s flashing with SM studs with stainless screw, every 90 cm at minimum
    • subsequent works on a terrace according to a selected hydro-insulation technology

    The benefits of employing the system:

    • tightness of plankings stemming from lack of joints or due to their soldering
    • strict adherence to installation and hydro-insulation technology provides for proper functionality of planking
    • durability of planking equals the durability of sheet metal used in construction
    • visual uniqueness of flashings due to lack of joints or owing to their imperceptibility
    • notice of well-invested financial resources
    • uncommon aesthetics and quality of execution

    Standard Tinsmith’s Flashings

    We execute flashings of coated sheets (steel and aluminium) and noble sheets (titanium-zinc and copper), up to 3 linear metres in one section.


    • gutter trims
    • bowl gutters
    • verge trims
    • under-rafter flashing
    • rafter flashings
    • wind braces
    • wall flashings
    • windowsills and finishing profiles

    Benefits of ordered flashings:

    • precision and repeatability of dimensions of prepared samples
    • no joints of flashings over sections of 3 linear metres (e.g. 2–3 linear metres of single-section windowsills!)
    • contractor’s time savings
    • money savings (the costs is charged for one cutting and bending operation, and not for a linear metre)
    • the shortest waiting time for ready flashings (instantly — up to 6 hours)
    • professionally secured against damages
    • delivered on time and to a destination location

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