Different spaces call for different line marking protocols. There is no cookie-cutter plan that suits everyone. We can remark or change an existing line marking protocol. But, if you don’t have one the Vault Group can collaborate with you on creating a line marking plan that suits your needs. We only use NZTA approved paint.
Some of the main line-marking areas we currently assist with:
- Car Park Marking
- Road Marking
- Line Marking
- Factory Marking
- Sporting facilities
- Industrial safety marking
- Anti-skid coloured surface
Call us today for an on-site visit. We can handle the entire line marking project on your behalf.
Vault’s professional tips for implementing line marking at your facility
Have a solid plan in place
A detailed plan for where the line marking is to be will save time and money. We can help you create that plan and solve any problems that may arise in advance. Paint is a permanent liquid, you don’t want to discover a problem when it is actually being applied. With a plan in place the actual line marking will be done far more efficiently.
Prepare the area – and your staff!
This will apply to any type of line marking being done, but particularly if you are using paint. To prep the area ensure there is ample space either side for the marker and the machine to move freely around.
The longer you leave paint to dry, the better it will cure. 24 hours is the recommended time. The area will need to be cordoned off so no one walks or drives over the wet paint. The Vault Group offers line marking services over the weekend if that would be easier for your work/people load.
Inform all staff members and external visitors or vehicles coming onto your site that you are line marking. Make sure they are aware there will be wet paint applied and where it is.
Before the line marking paint is applied, make sure the surface area is very clean. Vault Groups supplies Industrial Sweeping, Scrubbing and Water Blasting services perfect for this task. Loose dirt and debris which is painted over can peel away lessening the longevity of the paint.
Check the weather forecast before booking a line marking date. Paint is susceptible to the weather. It cannot be applied in the rain. Even a damp surface won’t take paint correctly.