Thermoplastic Road Marking Reflective
Quarter Quantity: 1, Liters
Gallon Quantity: 4, Liters
Drumi Quantity: 16, Liters
Happilac Thermoplastic Road Marking Reflective is hot-applied road marking paint that consists of light-colored aggregates, pigments, extenders, and glass beads bound together with a thermoplastic resin, plasticized as necessary.
- Excellent adhesion and durability
- Oil-based and good coverage
- Outstanding retention of glass beads
- Fast dry and highly washable
Happilac Thermoplastic Road Marking Reflective is hot-applied road marking paint that consists of light-colored aggregates, pigments, extenders, and glass beads bound together with a thermoplastic resin, plasticized as necessary. When in a molten state after heating, it is applied hot to road surfaces, using screed, extrusion, or spray application.
Material must be placed into a pre-heater fitted with a mechanical stirrer and the thermometer. When the material has been heated to its application temperature, around 200±20oC, carefully transfer to the application equipment, and proceeds with use, the maximum safe heating temperature of 220oC should not be exceeded. Material may be applied by the screed, extrusion, and spray method using either machine or hand screed equipment to the following thickness.
Screed Lines: 1.5-5.0 mm
Sprayed lines(other than yellow): ≥1.5mm
Sprayed yellow edge lines: ≥ 0.8mm
Extruded lines: 1.5-3.5mm
Coverage: 3.kg/m2 @ 1.5mm
Health and Safety
- When applying paint, wear appropriate eye protection.
- In case of eye contact with the product, rinse with plenty of water for at least 10 minutes.
- Don’t breathe spray mist or dust.
- Ensure proper ventilation when applying paint.
- If swallowed, it may cause serious damage.
- When empty, don’t use its container for edible storage.
- Place out of reach of the children.
- Pregnant women are advised to avoid breathing paint mist or spray.
- In case of any emergency, undergo medical supervision as soon as possible.
CAUTION: Scraping/sanding off previously painted surfaces may release lead dust or fumes. Lead is highly toxic;
take protective measures thoroughly when rubbing off the old surfaces.
- Drying time may vary depending on weather and drying conditions.
- Appropriate preparation of the substrate is required for stronger adhesion.