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Clear Road Mark Primer - 5-litre tin
Please see ‘Downloads’ for product description, instructions for use and safety datasheet
Use our clear road marking primer before applying thermoplastic road markings on concrete or on particularly worn surfaces.
- Recommended when applying to concrete or worn asphalt / other bituminous surfaces
- Low viscosity facilitates deep penetration into substrates
- Virtually colourless
- Ready to use
- Fast drying
- Easy to apply
How to Use Thermoplastic Primer
Please read the full datasheet (under 'Downloads') for full product application instructions.
- Make sure is clean before applying and is free from any contamination including dust, dirt, oil, grease etc.
- The prepared surface must be totally covered with a thin even coating of clear road primer - This product can be applied using spray, brush or roller.
- Never pour onto the surface. Ensure that the primer is thoroughly dry before applying the subsequent thermoplastic material.
How much do I need?
A 5-litre tin will be enough for approximately:
- 100 - 110 rolls of 100mm x 5-metre thermoplastic marking
- 70 - 80 rolls of 150mm x 5-metre thermoplastic marking
- 50 - 60 rolls of 200mm x 5 metres thermoplastic marking
The guidance of 12 to 15 m2 per litre @ 66 to 83 microns wet film thickness means the that 1 litre is enough for:
- 24 rolls of 100mm x 5 metre thermoplastic marking
- 16 rolls of 150mm x 5 metre thermoplastic marking
- 12 rolls of 200mm x 5 metres thermoplastic marking
|AccuChecked||✔ (The specification has been independently checked for accuracy)|
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|Per Unit||~5 kg|
|Application Temperature||1 - 50°C surface temperature|
|Coverage||12 to 15 m2 per litre @ 66 to 83 microns wet film thickness.|
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