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Preco Cryl Cold Plastic 2K NightLine

Preco Cryl Cold Plastic 2K NightLine is a thick-layer marking that is used in addition to existing emergency lighting systems for marking escape and rescue routes which are subject to high mechanical loads.

Preco Cryl Kaltplastik 2K NightLine

Preco Cryl Cold Plastic 2K NightLine is a 2-component, thick-layer marking with luminescent properties and is used on asphalt and concrete surfaces. The marking was tested according to DIN 67510 Part 1, Class A (see BAM [German Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing] report: VIII.1E2046, sample panel no. 4). With a 2.0 mm coating, the following decay time was measured by BAM: Until a light density of 0.3 mcd/m² was reached = 540 minutes! At this rate, the marking is visible to the human eye for at least one hour.

Preco Cryl Cold Plastic 2K NightLine is used as an additional safety measure to supplement existing emergency light system light systems to indicate escape and rescue routes which are subject to high mechanical loads in staircases, underground car parks, factories, shopping centres, tunnels and so on.

The superior quality pigments which are contained in Preco Cryl Cold Plastic 2K NightLine absorb daylight or artificial light and gradually release it in darkness. The effectiveness of the luminescent marking is dependent on the quantity of impinging light, amongst other factors. As a rule, general lighting provides sufficient light intensity. However, care must be taken to ensure that the light sources are installed as near as possible to the safety marking.

Preco Cryl Kaltplastik 2K NightLine

System set-up

  1. Triflex Than Primer 1K – for sealing the concrete substrate and ensuring substrate adhesion
  2. Preco Cryl Cold Plastic 2K NightLine – for closed-textured or profiled markings

Material consumption

Preco Cryl Cold Plastic 2K NightLine, density approx. 1.9 g/cm³


Required volume approx. 4.75 kg/m² with a layer thickness of 2.5 mm.


Calculation formula: line width (m) x line length (m) x volume (kg/m²) = volume required for area (kg)

Colours

  • Yellowish white