Video: Marking Systems
2023 Author: Hannah Pearcy | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
Thermoplastic marking systems offer an opportunity for additional sales and a lucrative increase in earnings.
Thermoplastic marking systems offer completely new opportunities to build up an interesting market segment. Jansen developed StreetTattoos for the craftsman. Applying floor markings using a template is a tedious and time-consuming business, especially when it comes to multi-colored objects. The manufacturer offers a quick and practical alternative to this method with the new StreetTattoos. Prefabricated floor markings, which can be easily applied to the floor, expand the range of a painting company that is looking for new ways to stand out from others.
Not only the processing, but also the three to four times longer adhesion and longevity speak for such new markings. The personnel and technical effort is minimal. In addition to the classic traffic signs such as stop and prohibition signs, arrows or bus stops, individual applications such as company logos can also be ordered from Jansen. For permanent marking, the StreetTattoos are suitable both on bituminous substrates such as asphalt concrete or cast asphalt, and on all types of concrete ceilings with previous priming. Areas of application include roads, company premises, parking lots, schoolyards or driveways.
Preformed parts make work easier and save time. The StreetTattoos are delivered in individual parts, instructions explain the work steps: The areas to be marked are pre-cleaned with a broom and the thermoplastic is applied to a primer. A standard burner is sufficient to burn in. At a distance of 30 to 50 centimeters, the motifs are slowly and evenly heated until the surface forms the first bubbles. Thanks to a short drying time, the markings can be loaded after only 30 minutes, which reduces traffic problems to a minimum. A suitable primer is available for preparation. The colorless primer based on synthetic rubber ensures the necessary consolidation of the substrate and improves the adhesion of the application. The high material thickness of 2,5 millimeters with 30 percent glass pearls ensures the necessary surface reflection and thus safety in road traffic. The marking cleans itself through both precipitation and rolling over. In addition, the material is resistant to frost, snow, salt and oil and has a high wear resistance.
Source: Malerblatt 02/2012Thermoplastic marking systems The surfaces to be marked are provided with a primer. Thermoplastic marking systems The preformed thermoplastic parts make marking easier. Thermoplastic marking systems After baking, the surfaces can be loaded after 30 minutes. Thermoplastic marking systems The marking system offers the painter the opportunity for additional income. Photos: PA Jansen
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