TRAFFIC ISLAND PAINTS

There are several types of traffic island paints depending on the use, application and type of asphalt. TP representatives can advise you on a  customized solution.

Alkyd (solvent based)

Paint alkyd resins and chlorinated rubber based  available in several versions, each one able to satisfy different needs or a particular specifications. The resins used have been carefully selected in order to guarantee balance between workability,  quick drying and abrasion resistance.

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Acrylics (solvent based)

Acrilyc paint for road signs, suitable to apply on asphalt and rough concrete. A special formulation enables the creation of a film of elastic and tenacious paint. The latter stands out from the traditional alkyd traffic dividers for limited yellowing and greater resistance to abraison.

Acrylics (solvent based)

Acrilyc paint for road signs, suitable to apply on asphalt and rough concrete. A special formulation enables the creation of a film of elastic and tenacious paint. The latter stands out from the traditional alkyd traffic dividers for limited yellowing and greater resistance to abraison.

Two-component traffic island

Two-component paint for road signs suitable for applications on stone asphalt and rough concrete. This product is designed to guarantee a superior performance and durability compared to single-component traffic dividers. It is therefore recommended to create signs for high intensity traffic areas or where high performance values are required over time.

Cold plastic casting (methacrylates)

Cold plastic casting (methacrylates) two-component solvent free paint for road signs with rapid hardening. This product stands out for its very high wear resistance, a quality that makes it ideal to develop permanent signs, especially in areas with high traffic intensity. The high concentration of micro-spheres and antiskid grit guarantees excellent visibility and adherence even in the event of rain.

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