Resincoat reflective line marking paint is a solvent based heavy duty line marking paint ideal for use on concrete, asphalt or tarmac. Quick drying and extremely tough this item is a cost effective solution whilst offering a high strength formula. It contains reflective glass beads to create a bright, bold appearance that will reflect any lines or markings on your surface.
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|Product Name||Resincoat Reflective Road Paint|
|Appearance||Finely textured reflective coloured finish|
|Composition||Solvent based chlorinated rubber|
|Availability||Standard 1-2 days. Bespoke 3-5 days.|
|Durability||Very heavy duty|
|Thickness||Wet film 350 microns|
|Substrates||Concrete, asphalt etc.|
|Ambient Temperature||During application 0-30 degrees|
|Drying Time||2 hrs|
|Coverage||14.5m² per coat or 125m at 100mm (5 litres)|
|Typical Installations||Floor markings on roads, car parks, warehouses, airport runways, school yards etc.|
Combining our standard road marking paint with reflective glass beads this product is highly effective in reflecting light in dark environments. These glass beads boast excellent slip resistance whilst providing an incredibly tough design. This versatile paint is easy to use and with quick drying times make it ideal for both DIY & industrial users ensuring projects are completed in a timely manner with little down time.
Resincoat reflective road marking paint is primarily designed for application of general road markings such as zebra crossings, parking bays, road markings, runways and more. This paint however is not restricted to traffic signals and cycle lanes it is often used on pavements, parking spaces and in some cases sports and athletic facilities.Resincoat Reflective Road Marker Paint is also commonly used as a durable alternative to thermoplastic road markings when machinery access is limited. Such environments usually include factory floors, school playgrounds and multi-story car parks.
Before applying the paint ensure your surface is clean, dry and free from any contamination. In some circumstances it may be necessary to remove existing coatings to ensure good adhesion.
1. Pour 100% content of part B in to part A
2. Mix components together with a drill and paddle for 1 minute
3. Apply road marker paint with your preferred method (spray, brush or roller)
4. Immediately broadcast reflective glass beads on to the painted surface
5. Leave to cure (typically 2 hours)
6. Brush off any excess beads