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Investing in quality line marking equipment is of no use if you don't have the ideal line marking material to go with it. If you use the wrong one, you will more than likely have to re-mark the entire venue, costing you more in the long run. Technology and innovation in the surface marking industry have seen the introduction of various types of materials for line marking purposes. The choice of the best one is dependent on the intended use, location, and surface types. Here are some of the best marking materials from which you can choose.
Paint is the most common material used for line marking today. It can be used on asphalt, tarmacadam, concrete, block paving, grass, and other outdoor surfaces. It is easily applied using a brush, roller, or a line marking machine.
There are different types of paint based on the chemical composition. They include the following:
Other than paint, thermoplastics material is commonly used in line marking. It is suitable in high-traffic areas where standard paint might be more likely to wear out quickly. Application of thermoplastics is carried out using a thermoplastic marker. Since application requires a heat source, the machine ensures that the heat is contained within the marker so there is less risk of damage to the surrounding environment.
Line marking is an essential requirement on roads, sports pitches, and driveways. Choosing the right material for the preferred type of surface will ensure durability and savings on costs.
For more information, contact a company like A1 Roadlines Pty. Ltd.