FlashCo Sealant

Novagard NovaFlex® Sealant

The preferred sealant for FlashCo FlashAccessory Sealant Pockets

FlashCo Sealant Pockets

Molded Sealant Pocket

FlashCo Pre-Molded Sealant Pockets
• Size: 6”x6”-12”
• Colors: White

Prefab Sealant Pocket

FlashCo Prefabricated Sealant Pockets
• Sizes: 4”x4”, 6”x6”, 8″x8” & Custom
• Colors: White, Tan, Gray

Sealant Pockets shall be installed in accordance with the material manufacturer.

  1. Prepare all welding surfaces by cleaning with TPO membrane cleaner.
  2. Fit both pieces of sealant pocket together around the penetration.
  3. If smaller size is required, remove excess material by cutting along vertical guidelines.
  4. Heat weld the vertical and horizontal overlaps completely.
  5. Heat weld flange to field membrane
  6. Prime sealant pocket prior to filling with sealant
  7. Fill sealant with specified sealant


  • Save up to 60% of labor
  • No disconnecting conduits or lines
  • Waterproof difficult penetrations

Novagard NovaFlex Sealant

Novaflex Sealant

NovaFlex Sealant Benefits
• Size: 20 oz. Packs
• Colors: White
• No Special Tools or Mixing Required
• 18 Month Shelf Life

Novaflex SealantAPPLICATIONS
MXP functions as an adhesive sealant which develops bond to most common substrates without the use of a primer. This ready-to-use, single-component compound is typically used for sealant pocket applications.

Bonding surfaces should be clean, dry, and free from all contamination that may inhibit the product’s performance. Brush away all gravel or loose granules. Remove oil, grease, and water from surface. IPA is an efective cleaner for surface preparation. Do not use solvent-based products.

After preparation, slightly overfill the sealant pocket with sealant to prevent pooling/standing water. The product surface will skin over and be water tight in approximately 1 hour. This product sets rapidly on exposure to moisture. Do not use in areas subject to continuous immersion.

Rate of cure is dependent on atmospheric conditions. Curing proceeds at a rate of ¼” per week at 700 F and 50% RH. Lower temperature or humidity will inhibit the rate of cure. Higher temperature or humidity will accelerate the rate of cure. Depths greater than 2” will cure through in 2-3 months