Create Pitch Pans for Low-slope Roofing Jobs

The ShapeShift line from Mule-Hide Products Co. Inc. is a solution for creating pitch pans for use in virtually any low-slope roofing job.
The ShapeShift line from Mule-Hide Products Co. Inc. is a solution for creating pitch pans for use in virtually any low-slope roofing job.

The ShapeShift line from Mule-Hide Products Co. Inc. is a solution for creating pitch pans for use in virtually any low-slope roofing job, including with smooth modified bitumen systems and on both horizontal and vertical surfaces.

The line, consisting of ShapeShift Pitch Pan straight and outside corner sections and MP Liquid Sealant, can be used with EPDM; TPO; PVC; metal; spray polyurethane foam (SPF); elastomeric acrylic coating; smooth modified bitumen and smooth built-up roofing systems.

When filled with JTS 1 joint and termination sealant from Mule-Hide Products, ShapeShift Pitch Pans can be installed on walls, enabling them to be used to flash cables or conduits penetrating parapet walls when a pre-fabricated pipe boot will not work.

The straight and corner sections feature interlocking joints and snap together to form square and rectangular pitch pans 4- by 4-inches and larger.

MP Liquid Sealant is available in white, black and gray. It comes in 2-liter foil pouches, with four pouches to a pail. The threaded cap on the foil pouches allows any unused product to be saved for up to 30 days after opening.

ShapeShift Pitch Pans are available in white. Made of a polymer, the straight sections are approximately 3 inches long and the radius corner pieces measure approximately 2- by 2-inches. Cartons contain 16 straight sections or 16 or 48 corner pieces.

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