Road Marking Resins

Road marking resins are ingredient paint or coating that is used to create road markings, such as lane lines, crosswalks, and stop signs. They are made from a variety of materials that make them durable, weather-resistant, and highly visible in low-light conditions. This makes them an important part of road safety, helping to keep drivers safe by making road markings more visible and durable.

There are two main types of road marking resins: thermoplastic resins and thermosetting resins. Thermoplastic resins melt when heated and solidify when cooled. They are easy to apply and can be repaired easily. Thermosetting resins harden permanently when cured. They are more durable than thermoplastic resins, but they are also more difficult to apply and repair.

Road marking resins are applied using a variety of methods, including spray application, roller application, and brush application. The method used depends on the type of resin and the size of the area to be marked.

Here are some of the benefits of using road marking resins:

  • Durability: Road marking resins can withstand the elements for many years, even in harsh weather conditions.
  • Visibility: Road marking resins are highly visible in low-light conditions, making them easy for drivers to see.
  • Repairability: Road marking resins can be easily repaired if they are damaged.
  • Low maintenance: Road marking resins require very little maintenance.

VISTA SHIMI KIMIA team has developed a group of acrylic resin for road marking, sold under the ACSHIMER® KCP and ACSHIMER® TRM tradenames.