Pro Clima Extoseal Finoc

Pro Clima Extoseal Finoc

Watertight sealing tape and moisture barrier tape.

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€ 61.19 EUR
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Delivery Information

Unless otherwise specified all products within Ireland should be delivered within 2-3 working days. Please contact us for delivery options outside of Ireland or if you wish to ship to Northern Ireland.

Our stock is primarily shipped by Fastway or via the pallet network depending on the total weight of the order. The delivery method will be automatically assigned and priced at checkout. All delivery prices include VAT.

Main Purpose

Creates a watertight barrier protecting structural elements from water ingress and rising damp to adjoining structures.


Extoseal Finoc is a moisture and watertight barrier tape that can be used under sole plates and thresholds in timber frame buildings. Especially where moisture from concrete parts of the construction could contact other structural elements and timber.

It will permanently stick to a wide variety of surfaces.  These include: all pro clima products, solid wood surfaces, metal, foil, polythene, sheathing, brick, concrete etc.  Depending on the condition of the surface Tescon RP or Tescon Sprimer may also be required prior to application of the tape.

Extoseal Finoc watertight sealing tape is made of butyl rubber.  This material creates an excellent bond with deep penetration of the adhesive into the material it is being applied to.  It is completely waterproof and creates a capillary break ensuring that no moisture can enter the structure via capillary action.

The back of the tape has two release strips, so if you are sealing in a corner or junction between a floor and a wall, it can be easily applied to one surface first then the other surface.  This ensures the best result and avoids incorrect positioning, air gaps, bubbles or wrinkles that can cause an imperfect seal.

Extoseal Finoc can also be used as a moisture barrier, to protect timber in critical areas of the construction against moisture travelling from concrete areas. Critical areas would include thresholds or timber beams.

Extoseal Finoc is a very versatile tape for many applications, due to its butyl rubber adhesive material and twin release strips. It is highly flexible and can be manipulated around corner details, curves and penetrations to create perfect seals on non-flat surfaces even in corners. Once stretched and manipulated to suit the detail being sealed, Extoseal Finoc has low restoring forces meaning it won’t contract back to its original form causing the seal to fail or the tape to become un-stuck.

Pro Clima provide a limited system warranty, backed-up with public liability insurance, for all airtightness system, roof and wall sealing system and construction products that they supply. A 10-year warranty is provided for these products when correctly installed in combination with approved thermal insulation materials and other Pro Clima system products.  When correctly installed in combination with other manufacturers’ products (not made by Pro Clima), a 6-year warranty is provided.

Application temperature (range): 5 °C to 35 °C

Temperature Resistance: -20 °C to 80 °C

sd-value: >100 m

For internal use.

Extoseal Finoc will not stick to frozen surfaces.  Any contaminants such as grease and silicone, dust and debris should be removed before applying the tape.

Prime the surface, if necessary, with Tescon RP primer or Tescon Sprimer.  Roll out the tape to the required length and cut to size.

When sealing between a wall and floor, fold the tape to the required angle and push into the junction between the two.  Remove the first release paper gradually and seal the tape to the wall. Once fully attached to the wall, remove the second release paper pressing the tape onto the floor.

Make sure to press the tape right into the corner to avoid air pockets. Use a Pressfix or Pressfix XL to firmly press the tape into the floor and wall. This ensures complete contact is made between the tape and the bonding surfaces.