Flexiline thermoplastic line marking tape is an extremely easy to use line marking system which provides high quality, highly visible, hard-wearing lines in no time at all! This thermoplastic line marking tape comes in boxes of 8 rolls. Each roll is 5m long and 10cm wide. This means that each box offers 40m of linear coverage. This line marking tape is manufactured from modified BS3262 thermoplastic and it is available in white or yellow. Flexiline thermoplastic line marking tape provides a fast, efficient and mess-free way of marking out car parks, roads, walkways, cycle paths, playgrounds and more!
Flexiline's thermoplastic floor marking tape is a high quality line marking option that provides durable and visible lines following utilities works, road repairs and more. This road marking tape has been independently tested in accordance to BSEN 1824 and it fully complies with the Road and Streetworks Act 1991 code of practice for reinstatement. This thermoplastic line marking system also meets ProTherm Line meets the following International standards: BS EN 1790, BS EN 1436, BS EN 1871, AASHTO and FHWA, BASt certification at P7 level of 4 million wheel-overs.
A key advantage of thermoplastic line marking is that it creates very little mess. There is no liquid paint, mixing and cleaning involved. Thermoplastic road marking tape is also very easy to apply. First, ensure that the concrete or tarmac area is dry and free of any debris and dirt. Next, pre-treat the area you want to line mark with Flexiline Easytack Primer – this aerosol tack spray improves adhesion between the thermoplastic material and the concrete surface, for the highest quality, long-lasting lines. Finally, lay the tape out over the area you want to line mark, and use a simple gas torch to heat the thermoplastic tape, causing it to fuse on to the ground surface. Once applied, the thermoplastic tape can be trafficked in around 5-10 minutes - meaning minimal disruption and delays.
Box Quantity: 8 Rolls
Roll Size: 100mm x 5m
Colours Available: Yellow & White
Worked out more expensive than the line marking paint but looks like it will last a lot longer in the warehouse.
Tried aerosols and although cheap and effective if you want your lines to look pro and stay down for a long time its definitely the way to go
"buy cheap-buy twice" its cheaper in the long run believe me