Cold plastic suitable for high traffic requirements
PlastiRoute® is our cold plastic product line. It is particularly useful for areas with high traffic loads where high visibility is required.
The PlastiRoute® products comes in both two-component and three-component versions and can be divided into four overall categories: PlastiRoute® FP (Fine Plastic), PlastiRoute® RP (Rough Plastic), PlastiRoute® RollPlast/RollGrip and PlastiRoute® CSP (Cold Spray Plastic). All of these products can be applied by hand, however, the CSP and the FP are typically applied by machine.
Machine designing engineers often prefer three-component systems, but all PlastiRoute® products come in two-component solutions as well.
The PlastiRoute® products have all the well-known properties of cold plastics - and additionally, it is characterised by high durability, low abrasion and low dirt pickup.
Apply by hand or machine
The application of PlastiRoute® products is very flexible. You can apply the products with ordinary tools like a trowel, scraper, draw-box or roller as well as non-electric hand-driven machines.
If you choose to apply the cold plastics by machine a wide variety of road marking patterns and lines are available.
For example, PlastiRoute® InjectLine® which is our cost efficient cold spray plastic line or PlastiRoute® SpotLine which is a regular Type II agglomerate marking that combines PlastiRoute® Fine Plastic material, fine drop-on beads and a sophisticated application technique.
Cold plastic for all climates
Each climate demands its own solution. Therefore, the PlastiRoute® cold plastic systems are available in different settings depending on the temperature in your specific area. This helps to ensure that you experience a consistent product quality all year round.
PlastiRoute® Hot Climate is designed specifically for warm and challenging climate areas with temperatures between 10-50°C. Once cured, our hot climate resins lead to a tough cold plastic and it is available in different material classes depending on which application technique you prefer.