Bradite Roadline Paint
Bradite Roadline Paint is a chlorinated rubber line marking paint that is perfect for line marking roads, car parks, sports surfaces, airports and playgrounds.
- Available in more than 350 colours in RAL & BS
- Good resistance to chemicals and water
- Good adhesion
- Excellent abrasion resistance
- Touch dry in 10 minutes
Please note: Colours are sold in the nearest tin size but actual paint volume per tin may vary up to 10% depending on colour.
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Bradite Roadline Paint is a universal line marking paint that has a multitude of uses across concrete, asphalt and brick. Despite its name, it's not merely restricted to road line markings; usage on sports surfaces, car parks, runways and playgrounds is definitely within the remit of this paint. This chlorinated rubber coating gives good resistance to chemicals and water.
Manufactured under the auspices of an ISO 9001:2008 quality & ISO 14001:2004 environmental management systems. 2004/42/EC EU limit value for this product (cat.A/i sb): 500g/l (2010). This product contains max.430 g/l VOC.
Features & Benefits
- Available in more than 350 colours in RAL & BS
- Good adhesion to concrete, brick, bitumen and asphalt surfaces.
- Excellent abrasion resistance.
- Touch dry in 10 minutes!
- Chlorinated rubber coating
Substrates should be dust free and completely dry before coating. When painting concrete it is vital to ensure that the substrate is completely dry and free of laitance. Power floated, shiny or unpainted non porous concrete floors should be thoroughly vacuum blast cleaned to a roughness profile of 30-50 microns, or acid etched using Bradite TA37, or primed using Bradite Floor Primer ES40. Please consult the product data sheet for more details.
High pressure water cleaning should be utilised to remove all loose and flaking paint and contamination back to a sound substrate. Bradite TD39 industrial strength detergent should be used if necessary to remove all grease and oil.
Intact areas of existing coatings should be roughened by abrasive manual or disc rubbing and feathered back to a sound coating edge. Cracks and pits should be filled using a suitable screed or mortar before painting.
For application on concrete or other absorbent substrates, the first coat should be thinned 15-20% with Bradite Thinner TB34 to allow penetration into the substrate.
1st coat: ROADLINE CR27 (thinned) if required.
2nd coat: ROADLINE CR27
For maintenance painting the 1st coat will be a touch up to bare areas. While the coating will take light foot traffic after overnight drying, full cure may take 4 days at 20⁰C, and should not be subject to heavy traffic for at least 24 hours. Please note that drying/curing times will vary depending on film thickness, temperature and relative humidity.
Low Slip Additive
Bradite Low Slip Hard Aggregate SA14 should be added to the paint and mixed thoroughly just before use at a rate of 1x 250ml SA14 tin (375g) per 5 litre of paint. Bradite Low Slip Soft Aggregate SA12 should be added to the paint and mixed thoroughly just before use at a rate of 1 x 250ml SA12 tin (110g) per 5 litre of paint.
Bradite Low Slip Aggregate SA14 should be scattered over the first coat while it is still wet at a rate of 0.5 - 1.0 kg/m² . When dry, excess low slip additive should be brushed off before application of the final coat. Bradite Low Slip Soft Aggregate SA12 should be scattered over the first coat while it is still wet at a rate of 0.2 - 0.5 kg/m² . When dry, excess low slip additive should be brushed off before application of the final coat. The end user and applicator must ensure that the finished floor is safe against slips in all likely usage conditions.
Mix thoroughly before use. Application and use should always conform to the codes of practice described in BS 6150 and BS 5493.
Brush and Roller: Supplied ready for use. Thin, if required, with 0-5% Bradite Thinner TB34.
Conventional Air Spraying: Thin with 10-20% Bradite Thinner TB34 as required, tip size - 2.0mm, tip pressure 60psi (0.4MPa) approximately.
Airless Spraying: Thin with 0-15% Bradite Thinner TB34 as required, tip size - 18 thou (0.46mm) approximately, tip pressure - 2100 psi (15MPa) approximately.
Clean all equipment immediately after use with Bradite thinner TC32 for best results.
- Interior / Exterior Use
- Interior and Exterior
- Water / Solvent Based
- For Use On
- Asphalt, Steel, Concrete, Mineral Substrates
- Application Method
- Brush, Roller, Airless Spray Conventional, Air Spray
- Standard / Ready Mixed, Fully Tintable
- Single, Two or Three Pack
- Product Certifications
- ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 environmental management systems
- Pack Size
- Fully Cured (at 20°C)
- 4 days
- 5m2 per Litre
- Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
- Bradite Thinner TB34 (clean with Bradite Thinner TC32)
- Min. Application Temperature
- Down to -5 oC (but must be 3 oC above dew point)
- 1.58 kg/L
- Solids by Volume
- 430 g/l
- Touch Dry
- 10 Mins
- Recommended Dry Film Thickness
- 100 microns/coat
- Recommended Wet Film Thickness
- 200 microns/coat
|Nick Parsons on 2021-04-07 17:45:38|| |
Hi, will this paint be useful on grids / manhole covers made of metal and be hard wearing against fork lift truck traffic?
Assuming the manhole covers are bare, clean, dry, sound and prepared as detailed in the technical data sheet this can be used.
|Mike chapman on 2019-09-20 12:03:09|| |
Can this product be applied to newly laid HRA please?
Yes as long as it has cooled for at least a period of 48 hours.