end dam

end dam

A flashing that is placed so that water cannot run out at one end.
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Steve Wood from Darlington treated his two brothers to a day's fishing and on his first cast netted a tagged fish on the west end Dam Wall.
Note the back dam and end dam of the flashing for the balcony door.
When the Argweld Quick Purge has been positioned inside the pipe, by using pull tags, it is inflated by the inert gas supply so that each end dam forms a seal.
Lingdale angler Craig Husband took his eight fish limit on ledgered worm from the east end dam wall which included a nice 4lb 8oz rainbow.
The most obvious signs of lintel replacement are the condition of the steel; a stainless-steel drip edge that directs water away from the wall, along with the presence of weep ropes (small tubes with pieces of cotton in them designed to wick small amounts of moisture away from the building.) The less obvious signs hidden behind the masonry include rubberized flashing that coats the steel lintel and end dams, which will prevent any water from moving laterally behind the masonry.
The flashing details typically show end dams but no upturned leg at the interior, and no slope toward the exterior.
# The openings need drip edges, end dams, back dams and slopes and kerfs.