Thermoplastic road marking paint is a powder coating, also known as hot melt marking paint. It could serve as a road safety marker and even save lives. It is a thermoplastic made of glass beads, pigments and other additives.
Thermoplastic road marking is used by heating it to 200 °C using a road marking machine to melt it into a liquid and then applying it where required.
Heat marking coating is powdery at room temperature, and there is no volatile solvent component in its composition. It is melted by heating during construction and then coated on the ground by a machine and solidified into a film by physical cooling.
In this day and age, traffic marking paint has become invaluable for pedestrian and vehicle safety, assisting at all times of life. Thermoplastic pavement markings can be manufactured in any colour.