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Eastern Highway Company

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Thermoplastic Road Marking Paint

Roadex Thermoplastic Road Marking Paint (TP Paint), a premium road marking compound based on natural resin and hydrocarbon, offers weather and wear resistance. The product provides superior adherence, and the longer lifespan of any road paint is due to the thicker coating it creates.

Lines between 10 and 50 cm wide, with an average film thickness of 1.5 mm, are painted (According to national standards).

To ensure international quality standards are met and to effectively satisfy every client’s request, Eastern Highway Company has the largest fleet of the most modern road marking machines and equipment.

Brand: Roadex


Importance of Thermoplastic Road Marking Paint

The most significant contribution to enhancing road safety has been acknowledged as being route marking. Normal road marking paint quickly fades away, especially in high temperatures. Still, our Roadex Thermoplastic Road Marking Paint complies with all applicable international regulations.

This provides outstanding nighttime visibility, upholds traffic laws, and gives drivers the information they need. Thermoplastic road marking Paint or (TP paint) is a premium road marking product that offers exceptional adherence and a thicker film for long-lasting performance.

We take pride in that every staff member is qualified and provides a high caliber of service. Our team only uses the best materials. We stay current with new technology for removing lines from roads and road markings.

Specifications of Thermoplastic Road Paints

Road Thermoplastic Paint (TP Paint) is produced following BS 3262: Part 1/1989 and AASHTO 249 specifications.

Color White Yellow
Density 1.94 1.97
Flash Point >230°C >230°C
Softening Point >65°C >65°C
Drying Time 4 minutes at 30°C 4 minutes at 30°C
Pigment Type Titanium dioxide Lead Chromate
Binder 18-22% by weight 18-22% by weight
Luminance Factor More than 70% More than 60%
Mixing Ratio Not applicable Not applicable
Coverage 3.5 kg/sqm at 1.5 mm thickness 3.5 kg/sqm at 1.5 mm thickness
Solvent Cleaner Not applicable Not applicable
Finish Uniform Uniform
Application By Screed/Spray Machine By Screed/Spray Machine
Glass Beads (Premix) 20% by weight 20% by weight
Packing 25 kg 25 kg

Application of Thermoplastic Road Paints

  1. The asphalt surface must be dry and clear of debris, grease, and loose items.
  2. You can apply Roadex Thermoplastic paint using a screed at 190°C ten °C and a spray at 210°C 10°C. Manually applying special marking is an option.
  3. In a pre-heater, Roadex TP Paint is heated to 190°C 10°C (Boiler).
  4. To ensure that the material is fully melted and blended, we must add Roadex TP bags to the boiler one at a time. Before moving the material to the application machine, it is mixed for a short time at a temperature of 180°C 10°C to create a flowable viscosity.
  5. Apply 400–500 gm/sqm of glass beads to the freshly heated marking.

Packaging & Storing

HDPE 25-kilogram bags are an option for packaging. To achieve a minimum shelf life of twelve months, store it under a dry, shaded location.

Security and Precautions

When handling the material, keep your hands away from your skin, eyes, and mouth. To prevent burns, wear protective gear like gloves, masks, goggles, etc. Avoid smoking, flames, and sparks close to the kettle. Ecologically sound with No VOC.


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Which paint is best for road markings?
The most popular way to mark roads is with thermoplastic road marking paint, which is durable and reflective. This makes it perfect for highways and roads with a lot of traffic.
What type of paint is thermoplastic?
Thermoplastic paint is made from solid materials like glass beads, binders, pigments, and fillers. When heated, the mixture turns into a liquid. People often use this service to get paint for parking lots and traffic lines.
Can you use thermoplastic paint on concrete?
It sticks well to concrete, asphalt, most road surfaces, parking garage floors, and traffic paint on the top. It makes a sound moisture barrier to protect the thermoplastic traffic paint on top and make it last longer. Use lacquer thinner to clean up before the paint dries.
How do you remove thermoplastic road marking paint?
Use water blasting, grinding, sandblasting, or any other method approved by the Engineer to get rid of any pavement markings that are already there. Don't use chemicals if you want to get rid of thermoplastic pavement markings. Provide effective ways to keep dust and debris from building up from the removal work.
How do you apply thermoplastic road marking?
Thermoplastic road marking paint is a type of powder paint. It is also called "hot melt marking paint." When used to mark a road's surface, a hot melt kettle is used to heat the powder to 200 °C (392 °F) and melt it. The melted powder is then sprayed on the road.