Every day, our team aims to improve and use the latest innovative techniques to satisfy our customer’s needs. So, from top-of-the-range machinery and premium paints and aggregates, we ensure that quality is maintained.
With our fully qualified team, we provide the best advice and recommendations as possible. We also ensure to meet Australian standards.
Line Marking History
In Australia, Line markings were first used in the 1920s by Sydney Police. They painted the pedestrian crossings central lines along the roads. Later machines were introduced to ease the work as demand for marked lines increased.
Epoxy Flooring Sydney has been in operation for the last 2 decades but operates under a different business name. It has grown to a recognised service provider providing exceptional service to both commercial and industrial industries.
So, what is Line Marking
Line Marking are lines used on any surface to guide users to convoy information on safety and minimise confusion.
While there is a continuous effort to improve the marking system, new technology has added retro-reflectivity, an increase in longevity, and lower installation costs.
Updated with the latest technology, Epoxy Flooring Sydney now offers glow in dark line markings where the lines will have more visibility while not requiring any electricity.
Glow in Dark markings guide us with important information such as:
Bus, Car and bicycle lines
Lines to separate traffic
Disable car spot
Car space numbers
Visitors car park
Forklift driving area
Markings are vital for safety and must be kept in visible and understandable condition, so users can navigate appropriately. Line markings are also important during night time and rely more on the markings in dark. This is why glow in the dark epoxy markings are better options and markings have higher visibility than standard markings.
Line Marking: Colours,
Patterns and Meanings
WHITE LINES painted on pavement indicates traffic traveling in one direction.
Broken White Line: you may change lanes if it is safe to do so.
Solid White Line: requires you to stay within the lane and marks the shoulder of the
YELLOW LINES mark the centre of a two-way road used for two-way traffic. You
may pass on a two-way road if the yellow centreline is broken. When a solid and
a broken yellow line are together, you must not pass if you are driving next to
the solid line. Two solid yellow lines mean no passing. Never drive to the left
of these lines.
line marking is done
3 easy steps on how line marking is done
Prepare the area either by grinding, shot blasting, scrubbing, sanding or cleaning depending on the surface
Apply line marker (Roadmaster or epoxy resin) and this can be applied by either brush, spray machine, epoxy roller or brush.
Polyurethane can be applied as top coat for extra protection
The highly qualified line marking crew at Epoxy Flooring Sydney takes pride in providing professional service to every single customer.
Firstly, we are fully insured and ensure both our staff and client’s safety is always maintained. Secondly, Our staff works 24 hours around the clock to ensure that project is completed on time maintaining quality. Thirdly, we use high-quality material and can complete any project either large or small. And lastly, we go the extra mile and promise that we get you more from your floor.
Epoxy Flooring Sydney provides you with a wide range of elegant finishes and colors to change your ordinary floor to extraordinary. Choose from various designs for resurfacing, epoxy coating, maintenance of your concrete or even epoxy for a tiled surface.