Plural Component

Plural component markings are a good choice for durable markings on most road surfaces. Since the introduction of durable plural component marking materials, Guidemark has been at the forefront of placing these special materials. Some plural component markings can be placed at temperatures below freezing.

Plural component marking materials are placed in varying thicknesses, typically ranging from 0.015” to 0.025”. Dry/cure times vary depending on the material. Plural component marking materials are considered 100% solid, as there are no solvents that evaporate from the material as they cure. Once cured, these materials maintain the thickness at which they were applied.

Guidemark has been placing 100% solid two-part epoxy pavement markings since 1983. Since the introduction of other plural component marking materials such as Polyurea and Methyl Methacrylate (MMA), we have expanded our expertise and equipment to service projects that specify these special marking materials.