How to install PermaStripe®pg-heskins2015-06-24T09:35:12+00:00
PermaStripe® is easy to install, by hand or by using our custom made applicator.
A few simple hand tools are all that is required for most sites installing PermaStripe, but our push-along line marking applicator makes light work of long straight lines. Read on to learn how to install PermaStripe® effectively.
Applying by Hand
PermaStripe is easy to apply by hand. As with any adhesive product, surfaces need to be clean, dry and free of loose debris to make sure of the best bond. To apply, remove the plastic backing tape and press evenly into place. Using a hand roller to increase the bond is ideal. PermaStripe can be walked on and driven over immediately.
PermaStripe can be cut to length easily using any heavy duty work knife. Use of a cutting board and safety straight edge will improve the accuracy and safety of the cut and ensure joins meet up neatly.
Line marking applicators
Line marking applicators are available for sale or hire depending on customers’ needs. Suitable for the application of PermaStripe® in large areas, full factories and warehouses can completed in a very short space of time.
While the material is already easy to apply by hand due to its fairly rigid construction, the applicator makes it possible to apply PermaStripe® at a walking pace. Roll changeover can take less than a minute.
The applicator arrives in a ‘flat-pack’. Assembly is simple, but instructions can be found here if required. We always hold stock of applicators for both sale or hire, due to demand.
For information on the sale or hire of our PermaStripe line marking applicator, please contact us.
PermaRoute can only be applied by hand at present.
Removes the backing liner automatically during application, which can be discarded when the roll is exhausted.
The aluminum roller helps to press the PermaStripe® down evenly and firmly, guaranteeing an efficient bond.
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