New Floorsafe line marking paint a bright move


Floorsafe International has released their new premium quality line marking paint specifically designed to improve safety on roads, factory floors, parking areas, crossings and steps.

Made from Chlorinated rubber this premium semi-gloss product is a durable quick drying coating. It has excellent adhesion to concrete and bitumen and the over- coating of existing lines.

In the past, managers and building owners have experienced long periods of down time waiting for line marking paints to dry.

With Floorsafe line marking dry time is less then 10min and can be subjected to light traffic within 20min and heavy traffic in less then 30min. 

Floorsafe line marking paint is available in three colors – yellow, white and black. 

A one-coat application will provide a nominal 375 microns wet film thickness and can be carried out by roller or brush. 

Where an anti-slip or a reflective line is required Floorsafe International can provide these additional safety additives.

The product is available in 1L, 2L and 4L containers.

One litre will line mark about 50m of 50mm line for less then $1.60 per metre.

Ph: 1300 717 769

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