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Flag Chlorinated Rubber Line Paint is a hard-wearing, semi-gloss coating that is suitable for many applications. You can apply it to various surfaces, including stone, concrete, tarmac, and ferrous metals. This rubber line paint is ideal for painting roads, car parks, maintenance hole covers, bollards, swimming pool areas, industrial floors, tank lining, and more. It is suitable for both indoors and outdoors surfaces.
This chlorinated rubber line marking paint offers a high build, semi-gloss finish that is bold and highly visible. It is incredibly durable and long-lasting, offering resistance to wear, abrasion, chemicals, and weather. Its vibrant appearance and flexibility make it ideal for coating demanding surfaces and for demarcating areas, such as parking bays, lane lines, road crossings, and more.
You can apply Flag chlorinated rubber line paint with ease, using a brush, roller, or paint sprayer. It cures rapidly and is touch dry within one to two hours, and is traffic ready in just 16 hours. Each tin contains 5-litres of paint and offers a coverage rate of 15 square metres per litre, achieving a theoretical coverage rate of 75 square metres per tin for a single coat.
Full product data sheets and safety data sheets are available on request.
Area of use: Interior and exterior
Substrates: Concrete, ferrous metal, manhole covers and road surfaces
Colours: Yellow 10E53 and White
Finish: Semi gloss
Volume solids: 55%
Theoretical spreading rate: 15 sq. metres per litre
Flash point: 23°C
Specific gravity: 1.3 – 1.4
Dry to touch: 1 - 2 hours (20°C)
Over-coating time: 16 hours
Application method: Brush, roller, conventional and airless spray
Cleaning of tools: Xylene
Surface condition: The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, dirt, grease and oil.
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry film thickness. A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the substrate, and the relevant consumption factor. The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.