Model # 108658

Internet #100660868

Suntuf 4 ft. Solar Grey Wall Connector


4 ft. Solar Grey Wall Connector

$1463 /each
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Product Overview

Install the Suntuf 4 ft. Polycarbonate Wall Connector to rechannel water away from where the wall meets roofing panels, preventing drips and leaks. This connector has a smooth and a corrugated edge.

  • Made from strong impact-resistant polycarbonate
  • Designed to eliminate drips and leaks where Suntuf panels join a wall
  • Smooth edge works with existing wall to guide water away and over the panels
  • Installs easily with ordinary household tools (not included)
  • Profile matched to Suntuf corrugated panels (not included) for a consistent look and feel

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this product be used with Palruf corrugated panels?

Palruf does not appear to make a termination strip
Asked by: Lenny
Answered by: lnbarnes
Date published: 2017-05-22

How many wall connectors are needed to span 8'?

With the proper overlap will two connectors cover an 8' span? Or will I need a third connector?
Asked by: greengrassgriller
2 with overlap.
Answered by: HarryHomeowner
Date published: 2016-09-29

will this or another product work as flashing if the panels are butted up against a shingled roof with the same slope?

Asked by: NilesBayPaul
That is questionable. We tried heating the portion above the corrugated area in an effort to flatten the angle there so the upper part would fit under shingles. Heat did not work during the time we applied it. We were concerned about damaging the product. Hoping for a flashing specific piece to be available from the company.
Answered by: Nearly68
Date published: 2017-06-28

What is the best way to bend the flat side of the wall connector lengthwise?

I'm about to install Suntuf panels on a 12' x 23' pergola that runs along the edge of a (23' long) asphalt roof. Naturally, the client wants the rain runoff from the roof to be carried away across the pergola. While the manufacturer claims the flat edge of these wall connectors is flexible, quite a few people have posted reports of serious problems when trying to bend the flat edge down to provide a smooth, waterproof flow from low-pitch roof shingles to the polycarbonate panels. It seems like a 4' length of metal pipe, heated to the right temperature (perhaps with hot water or steam), might be used to ease the flat polycarbonate into a permanent lower angle that matches the pitch of the roof. Anyone got any guidance, theoretical or experiential?
Asked by: Tasker
The flat portion of the wall connector is flexible, however, is not intended to be completely flat. You can try trimming of some of the flat portion if that will help fit the flashing in better. It should not be forced into a completely flat state.
Answered by: Palram Americas
Date published: 2017-07-12
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Customer Reviews

4 ft. Solar Grey Wall Connector is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect We built a free standing patio covering off of the back of our house. Since we live in a hurricane prone area, a free standing structure would be far stronger. We were able to put it almost all the way to the house, and then attach these connectors to the fascia of the house to prevent leakage between the house and the structure. This worked like a charm. BUT, you need to pre-drill the holes in the connector to make it easier to attach them to the house. We found that it was best to pre-drill the holes close to the top as opposed to the center of the connector. Also, the pitch of our structure was not quite as steep as the connector, but that really isn't posing a problem.
Date published: 2011-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well designed, but never stocked. It asks if i would recommend this product.... As it is part of a roofing system, its kinda hard to do the job right without using the correct parts... Sadly the beancounters don't allow it to be stocked in stores, so you go in, buy the main roofing panels, then find out you cant start the job without these .... Why? So you bought wood and nails,,,, you want a hammer? That's special order... Doesn't make sense.. When used together, everything works awesome.
Date published: 2016-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Suntuf wall connector The best way to flash from the Suntuf roof panels to the side of the house. I was advised to use the soft foam strips, and then add a flashing over the top of the strips, but this method did not stop water leaks. The pre-formed wall connector is a good fit to the shape of the Suntuf panel and then to the siding of my house. I did add a metal Z strip above the plastic flashing to just under the the next up vinyl siding joint - this will help with the water coming down the side of my house. Note - this wall connector is rigid - it will not spread out or contract to meet your Suntuf roof panel. If you did not use the plastic forms under the Suntuf panel to maintain its shape - the screws will spread your panels out and then this flashing will not fit properly to the Suntuf panel. Plus - be sure to use a sealant.
Date published: 2009-11-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This connector worked well where our roof met a vertical wall. What we also needed but could not... This connector worked well where our roof met a vertical wall. What we also needed but could not find were similar connectors to use as flashing under a shingled roof that was above and at the same pitch as the Suntuf roof we installed. We thought the wall connector panels could be heated and bent so the upper, flat portion could fit under our existing shingles. That did not work, so heavy caulking under the existing drip-edge seems to be the remaining option. Are there suggestions or usable flashing panels available from the company?
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well Works well but Palruf should produce both variable height and variable length items. In addition, they should sell a material like a weatherproofing strip that stops dirt and sap from going under the seams. It is not cleanable.
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product made out of a great material (poly-carbonate). Fit my needs perfectly, as I had t... Great product made out of a great material (poly-carbonate). Fit my needs perfectly, as I had to transition from a eve to a poly roof and it worked great.
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from neat product Had to alter this product to fit my needs. No problem though. It is a great product to add to the other main roofing.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Patio Cover I and the client were very happy. The wall flashing worked perfect.
Date published: 2016-10-25
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