Thermoplastic Markings

Thermoplastics are solid form materials that liquify at high temperatures (application temperature between 180–220°C) and are applied as hot melt. Upon cooling, material solidifies/hardens rapidly, which enables extremely short curing times. This range of marking materials are intended for thick layer applications (1,5–7 mm) with specialized machines by screed or extruder. Thermoplastics are distinguished as durable, abrasion resistant,
100% solid (VOC-free) road marking materials and they are offering long term high night visibility through glass beads premix content.

Thermoplastic Material:

  • With high whiteness for road marking with extrusion or multi-dot system
  • Suitable for applications on heavily loaded urban areas and highways
  • High durability
  • 100% solids (VOC-free)
  • High premix content for long-term night visibility of markings in dry and wet conditions
  • PE packaging and easy to handle
  • Very good thermal stability of the material
  • High recycled material content (> 70%)
  • Application 190–220°C
  • Consumptions: below 6 kg/m² for layer thickness of 3 mm, below 4 kg/m² for multi-dot application