Centrecoat Line Marking Paint has been developed over many years in the United States and is now manufactured in the UK, following the stringent quality controls. Offering optimum performance, it is proven to be a hard wearing robust road line paint that will provide you with years or service.
Centrecoat's Research and Development Department are continually looking at new resins, binders and pigments to improve the formulation of their range of water based and solvent based paint coatings. Be it epoxy or chlorinated rubber, these paints are a true benefit to road users in all climates and road conditions.
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Water based Line Marking Paint for Asphalt, Tarmac and Concrete parking bays, EV charging, lane lines, centre lines and edge lines, symbols and walkways.
Centrecoat SPE Single Pack Epoxy solvent based road line striping paint. Available in 3 colours.
A heavy duty fast return to service 2 pack line marking paint that offers up to 20 years life expectancy.
Water based Line marking paint for asphalt, tarmac and concrete. Suitable for lane lines, edge lines and centre lines, symbols, legends and parking bays.
Long lasting line paint for car parks and parking spaces as well as school playgrounds.
A two pack, fast curing flexible coating for tarmac or asphalt surfaces such as balconies.
Epoxy White/Yellow Road line paint for double yellow lines, Playgrounds and Warehouse Floors.
For interior and exterior hard surface line marking including sports courts, playgrounds and factory floors.
Ballotini Glass Beads for line marking and Thermoplastic striping for Roads and Car Parks.
A hand held applicator use for applying MMA paints and hot Thermoplastic material.
The World's toughest aisle marking system, instantly applied with no fuss.
The world's toughest aisle marking system, instantly applied with no fuss.
A single coat, fast return to surface, slip resistant floor package, suitable to cover 5m2 of surface area.
Replacement dribble bars and width alteration on the Centrecoat Line Marking Machine.
A general purpose primer for Centrecoat MMA coatings used on concrete, block paving, mortars, and screeds.
Centrecoat replacement Sponges for use with the Centrecoat Line Marking Machine.
Used as a guide for marking straight lines on concrete, asphalt, tarmac and brick surfaces.
An ideal line marking tape for social distance marking on various flooring internally and externally.
A three pack methacrylate resin system, modified to impart toughness, resilience and waterproofing properties to the cured membrane.
Developed as a primer for damp concrete, being used prior to any of the Centrecoat MMA product range.
A fast curing chemical resistant floor coating for wet areas, cures at low temperatures with a hygienic finish.
Right angle corners for the World's toughest aisle marking system, instantly applied with no fuss.
Contains reflective beads to reflect a high degree of light back towards the light source.
Developed as a substrate specific primer for tarmac and asphalt, being used prior to any suitable Centrecoat MMA product.
A three pack methacrylate resin coating suitable for use in freezer grade environments down to -40°C.
A fast curing, low temperature coating for industrial freezers, cold stores and refrigerators, curing to -20°C.
A two pack, fast curing flexible coating for line marking paint for concrete surfaces.
A 2 pack, fast curing, clear sealer used as the finish coat for flooring products from our MMA range.
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From snow, rain to extreme heat, the ongoing research into how road line paint performs has helped Centrecoat become a market leader. Be it on UK highways or car parks, to warehouse floors or airport runways Centrecoat have a product for the job.
Centrecoat also provide thermoplastic line marking tape often know as road line. These are hot torch applied rolls of line marking available in a range of colours and widths. These are proven to be extremely popular with competent DIY’s and contractors who need to apply lines for parking spaces in residential and public car parks.
Please speak to the Technical Department at Promain for more details and advice on which road line marking to use.