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Berger Road Marking

A high quality, alkyd modified chlorinated rubber paint that is specially designed for road marking.

A chlorinated rubber based road marking paint used to draw parking bay lines, arrows, numbers, lines, etc. Berger Road Marking is suitable for use on bituminous and concrete surfaces. It is tough and abrasion resistant with very good weather durability. It is fast drying with low turn around time. It is lead and chrome free with low VOC thereby being environment friendly.


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Abrasion ResistantResistant to Mild Chemicals & OilQuick Drying/Fast Curing
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Surface preparation

  • The surface to be over coated must be dry and free from debris before commencement of coating.
  • Dry brushing should be done to remove dirt and dust. A fresh water wash is recommended.
  • New concrete should be left for at least 21 days to cure before coating.
  • The moisture content of the concrete surface should be checked and ensured to be below 6% when measured with a reliable moisture meter, such as the Sovereign Moisture Meter.

Application procedure

Stir contents of the can thoroughly before use. Thinning is not usually required. However, if thinning is desired, do not exceed the recommended thinning ratio.

Tools you can use


May be used for difficult shapes or touch up purposes


May be used for difficult shapes or touch up purposes

Available Packs


1 Coat
5 Sqm/L @90 microns**


On well-prepared surfaces, as per the painting system recommended. Please refer to the Product Data Sheet for surface preparation and method of application.

** Actual coverage may vary from the quoted coverage due to factors such as method and condition of application, surface roughness, and porosity.

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