HOW CAN INNOVATIVE PAINT INCREASE SAFETY AND IMPROVE RESULTS ACROSS THE UK?
Meon Launches the New Spectrum ViaLine F216. This paint sets a new benchmark for highway line markings. This new marking paint has very high bead retention ensuring increased night time reflectivity throughout the products life span.
ViaLine F216 is a high quality, fast drying road marking and delineation paint that can be used for almost all line marking applications, ideal for use on highways, especially as an alternative refreshment line marking system to
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- THIN COAT APPLICATION
- BRIGHT WHITE COLOUR
- HIGH BEAD RETENTION
- FAST APPLICATION
- EXCELLENT SUBSTRATE ADHESION
The new ViaLine F216 boasts excellent coverage rates. 4 tins of ViaLine paint (80kg) compares to nearly 40 bags of thermoplastic (1000kg) This is enough to line mark up to 1.6 kilometers with a 100mm line. (see illustration below)
- Excellent for refreshing thermoplastic markings
- Visually clear for improved road safety
- Improves productivity and minimises disruption
- Reduces risk of delamination
- Reduced solvent content reduced environmental impact
APPLICATION WITH PRESSURISED GLASS BEADS:
When applying ViaLine F216, the use of highways approved glass beads is highly recommended. These glass beads are applied directly to the Line marking after the spray gun with a pressurised bead dispenser.
The bead will prolong the life of the line dramatically, keep it looking clean and also providing excellent reflective properties. Click HERE for technical information on glass bead application.
To see the application of these beads, watch the video below.
Get in touch using the details below to book a product demonstration of the new ViaLine F216 thermoplastic refreshing paint.
LINEMARKING ACCOUNT MANAGER
Please contact me to discuss any queries you may have on the new ViaLine F216, or for any other questions you may have. Call me direct on 023 9220 0606 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
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