- product information
A quick drying, universal road marking and line paint suitable for application on asphalt, concrete and brick, on roads, runways, car parks and sports facilities.
Bradite CR27 Road Line Paint is made purely with chlorinated resin making it highly durable and water resistant.
- technical specifications
Brand Bradite Application Brush, Roller or Spray Sheen Level Eggshell Coverage 5m2 per Litre Touch Dry 10 minutes Recoat 1 hour Thinners TB34 MPN CR27 GTIN 5050173000258
- • Good adhesion, surface dry in 10 minutes.
- • Excellent abrasion resistance.
- • No bleeding on asphalt or bitumen.
Before applying bradite roadline paint
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.
how to apply bradite roadline paint
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.
For futher guidance please refer to Data Sheet
- Additional Information