Wedi Subliner Dry & Flex Pro Sealing/Decoupling Membrane - Full Roll

Wedi Subliner Dry and Flex Pro Membrane

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Wedi Subliner Dry & Flex Pro Sealing/Decoupling Membrane - Full Roll
Wedi products can be shipped factory direct. You may order more than our available in-store stock quantities, which are listed above.

Product Description

Wedi Subliner Dry and Flex Pro is a self-adhering tile underlayment with anti-fracture properties and is rated "High Performance" as per ANSI 118.12. This product can protect surface coverings against lateral subfloor movement of up to 3/8”.  Wedi Subliner Dry & Flex Pro is made from highly tear-resistant non-woven polypropylene material combined with a proprietary asphaltic pressure sensitive adhesive layer. This subliner provides strong sound deadening and reduction properties, and gives a very strong bond to tile and stone coverings using any type of modified thinset mortars as per ANSI118.4.

Wedi Subliner Dry and Flex Pro is suitable for fast and clean installations over many wood and concrete subfloors offering a low profile application. This wedi product system primarily protects tile coverings against lateral movement of subfloor and structures. While not recommended for installations subject to permanent water pressure or use as a sealed assembly for water containment, the waterproof properties of the membrane’s asphaltic layers will provide protection to a tile installation in areas subject to moisture exposure from heavy duty cleaning. Subliner Dry & Flex Pro is installed with wedi PRO Primer, and is suitable for most substrates and subfloors as listed here. It is equipped with a release paper backing and is applied easily and cleanly using a 35 - 50 lb roller to ensure no air bubbles or wrinkles are left.

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Product Specifications

SKU: US5000003
Manufacturer: Wedi
MPN: US5000003

Product Questions & Answers

Q: Have unused rolls of Subliner Dry & Flex Pro purchased in 2012. Would it still be useable. Also unopened wedi Pro Primer purchased in 2012
No, long after expiration date on these products. The adhesive is no longer pliable and tacky enough to provide initial adhesion on the subliner. .in
Customer Support answered on August 8, 2018
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