- Product Details
Frankly, you – or your staff – have got more productive things to do than paint and repaint lines, but in the interests of safety you have to do so.
That is why more and more companies are using Duraline, our unique line marking product.
Duraline is a tough pultruded fibreglass profile, which combines resins and fibres to make it exceptionally hard wearing giving you many years of service. No more faded painted lines, which look unsightly and can be misleading, as well as no need for surface preparation, masking tape and the downtime that painting entails.
Simply lay down string guide lines and secure the profile in place via the pre-drilled holes. It’s so easy, you’ll wonder why you never fitted DuraLine before.
Permanent Solution Hard Wearing & Durable Contrasting colour Use internally or externally Pre drilled fixing holes Chamfered side edges Tactile ridge surface Choice of colours Pedestrian safety
- Specifications + Technical Data Sheets
DuraLine comes in standard lengths of 3000mm. It has pre-drilled holes at approximately 500mm centres. DuraLine is 50mm wide and 3mm thick. The chamfered sides are incorporated to reduce the possibility of causing a trip hazard.
Colours White Yellow
- How To Apply
Ensure that the areas that are to have Duraline Strips fitted are clean and dry and free from loose and friable material. Any “dished” or damaged surface areas should be patch repaired to provide a reasonably flat and consistent surface.
Dry fit all Duraline Strips profiles to ensure that they fit freely and that they sit flat down on to the surface. If required, Duraline can be trimmed on site to suit, ideally using a skill saw with a 4mm diamond blade or an angle grinder with a 1mm blade. Once you have the Duraline Strips in the correct place, using a marker, mark through the pre-drilled holes onto the substrate.
Please ensure that goggles and gloves are worn at all times when any form of cutting is involved.
We recommend a dual fixing method for installing the Duraline Strips. This consists of an appropriate high strength gap filling adhesive (Webgrip, supplied by us or similar).
A high strength gap filling adhesive can be used on its own but care should be taken to ensure Duraline is completely adhered to the substrate and regular checks should be made on the material. Ideally, we would recommend the use of a structural adhesive (Tremflex 50, supplied by us or similar).
Dry fit all strips to ensure correct fit, place strips in position using screws provided drill through pre-drilled holes and into the substrate, repeat on all of the pre-drilled holes. (if drilling into hardwood a pilot hole may be required).
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Shipping Cost Sale Value: UK Next Day: Highlands & Islands: Europe Up to £100 £3.95 Flat Rate 20% of Sale 25% of Sale £100 - £500 5% of Sale 20% of Sale 20% of Sale £500 - £1000 5% of Sale 20% of Sale 15% of Sale £1000 - £3000 5% of Sale 16% of Sale 10% of Sale £3000+ 5% of Sale 10% of Sale 8% of Sale