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    Rooftop exposed duck

    What are you guys using to seal protect exposed rooftop duck? Thanks Jay.

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    I use rubber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAYLUPARK View Post
    What are you guys using to seal protect exposed rooftop duck? Thanks Jay.
    What kind of duck, I mean DUCT, are you interested in protecting? Flex I would cover with a sheet metal shroud. Metal duct I would seal with duct mastic or roof cement on the seams.
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    It depends upon what type of duck. Mallard or Wood?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gib's Son View Post
    It depends upon what type of duck. Mallard or Wood?
    I wasn't going there...
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    10 Ton Unit. Supply- Return over under?/ Well you can't buy comm. units with over under supply-return outlets?? So our suppliers said.

    We had insulated duct fabricated some 70x20,20x32,18x32, other measurements that i can't remember(just a helper). Sealed all joints with 2 coats of duct seal(paint).


    So we have 30 gauge insulated sheet metal that i think should be coated to protect from the weather. Boss thinking about using snow roof??? Old round supply coated with what looks like fiber tar.

    Thanks for any suggestions Jay --DUCK got ya

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    30 gauge on a commercial roof top..... wow
    it was working.... played with it.... now its broke.... whats the going hourly rate for HVAC repair

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    Quote Originally Posted by carmon View Post
    30 gauge on a commercial roof top..... wow
    X2

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    Maybe it was 26???

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAYLUPARK View Post
    What are you guys using to seal protect exposed rooftop duck? Thanks Jay.
    On the farm, all our duck were exposed. I never saw any of them on the roof, because their feet aren't designed to perch on things.

    We did have a little lean-to, so they could get out of the weather....


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    Well,,, I'm gunna say sarcastically thanks for for help fellas. Snow roof it is. Thanks and God Bless. Jay Parker

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAYLUPARK View Post
    Well,,, I'm gunna say sarcastically thanks for for help fellas. Snow roof it is. Thanks and God Bless. Jay Parker

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin O'Neill View Post
    What kind of duck, I mean DUCT, are you interested in protecting? Flex I would cover with a sheet metal shroud. Metal duct I would seal with duct mastic or roof cement on the seams.
    To the OP:

    the above response was not good enough????
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