Hybrid 35® TRIMS

These are the recommended trims to use with Hybrid 35® Panels:

MEBF7 - Base Flashing

MEBF7 - Base Flashing

  • Base flashing is used as a trim on the bottom of wall panels to prevent any rodent access. Also used as a gable end wall divide.
MEBB1 - Box Base Flashing

MEBB1 - Box Base Flashing

  • Box Base flashing is used as a trim on the bottom of wall panels to prevent any rodent access. Also used as a gable end wall divide.
MEGF6 - Gable Flashing

MEGF6 - Gable Flashing

  • Allows for approximately 3″ of coverage
  • Gable flashing is used to trim the edge of the roofing panel at the gable end of the roof. It should match the eave flashing that extends along the drip edge of the roof. If the panel is allowed to hang over the gable end, eave flashing can be used instead. Butyl tape between the trim and the panel eliminates leaks.
MESW5 - Sidewall Flashing

MESW5 - Sidewall Flashing

  • Allows for approximately 4″ of coverage
  • Sidewall flashing is applied when the side of the roof butts up against an adjacent wall. The wall side of the flashing can either be covered over with siding or sealed with caulk. Butyl tape should be applied where the “foot” of the flashing attaches to the roof.
MEISC5 - Inside Corner

MEISC5 - Inside Corner

  • Inside corner is used on inside corners where two walls using metal panels intersect or where wall and ceiling meet.
MEOSC7 - Outside Corner

ME0SC7 - Outside Corner

  • Used to finish an outside corner when minimum coverage is required. Straddles the ribs of the panels where they meet at the corner of the building.
  • Straddles the ribs of the panels where they meet at the corner of the building.
MEOSC8 - Outside Corner

MEOSC8 - Outside Corner

  • Used to finish an outside corner when minimum coverage is required. Straddles the ribs of the panels where they meet at the corner of the building.
  • Straddles the ribs of the panels where they meet at the corner of the building.
MEDC6 - Drip-Cap

MEDC6 - Drip-Cap

  • Drip cap is a flashing used along the eaves and rakes to allow water run-off to drip clear of underlying construction. Commonly, it is used to trim out the bottom of panels over doorways and windows, and occasionally takes the place of base flashing at the bottom of a wall.
MEJT7 - J-Trim

MEJT7 - J TRIM

  • J-Trim is used to cap raw panel edges where run-off is not a problem. Most commonly, it is used to cap the top edges of skirting, the top and sides of doors, the bottom and sides of windows, and in many cases the top of windows for aesthetics and continuity.

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