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    Highly Durable Paints

    The products that we use both meet and exceed Australian Standards. We want our work to stand the test of time and prolong the need to reapply, providing maximum value long-term.

    Unrivalled Service

    And communication with quality backed workmanship

    We combined the best machinery, paints, and experienced operators to provide a high-standard of road line marking – and we back every single job with a workmanship guarantee.

    The best line marking results possible

    All our road line markings adhere to and exceed MRWA standards. Intersection line marking, longitudinal lines thermoplastic and raised pavement markers. We do it all.

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    The purpose of linemarking is to provide visual cues, direction and information for safety, traffic management, and organization. The linemarking process involves the application of lines and markings on various surfaces, such as roads, car parks, and warehouses, using specialized equipment and materials such as paint and thermoplastics. The line marking process typically involves planning, preparation of surfaces, selecting appropriate materials, applying markings using stencils or machines, and post-application quality control and maintenance.
    Line marking refers to creating visible lines, markings, or symbols on a surface with paint or thermoplastic. The design and layout may vary depending on the surface, purpose, and local government regulations.
    Waterborne Road Marking Paint Dries extremely fast compared to regular paint. It can dry within 5-15min on a hot, dry day. In cooler, more humid weather, it will take a little longer, 30min - 1hr, depending on the thickness of the application.
    Car bays are 2.4m wide at a minimum and usually 5.4 in length for an average car. It can be smaller but must be labelled a small car bay. This is according to Australian Standards and specifications. There are no limits to how big. It can be any size bigger though larger than 3.5m, is not recommended as drivers will likely try to squeeze two cars in one bay.
    A shared Zone is a yellow hatched bay 2.4mx 5.4m next to a disabled bay. It indicates where to be kept clear and provides adequate room to aid disabled people entering and exiting their vehicles or storefront. It is an Australian standard that every council enforces before approving a new car park or tenancy.
    The surface was not prepared properly (Poor Adhesion).

    Due to the nature of line marking (being on the ground), it has a habit of collecting all the dust, water, and rubbish from all around. If the surface is not cleaned correctly before marking, it can cause the paint to not adhere to the surface properly. This is most important on concrete surfaces but can happen on any dirty surface.

    Line marking plant Operator Error.

    Line marking requires focus and attention to detail, and a steady hand. We often see lines that are not straight or are incorrectly positioned.

    Our motto is to measure twice, cut once, and an experienced machinery operator makes all the difference. We rigorously train all our operators. They go through hours and hours of supervision and are subject to verification of Competency before allowing them to operate line marking plant on their own. If an error occurs, we can remove the lines and repaint them correctly, though it doesn’t happen often.
    Line marking can be applied on concrete, asphalt, and brick surfaces. However, the surface must be clean and contaminant-free before installing the markings.
    In Perth, Western Australia, the colours for road markings are standardized based on the national guidelines set by the Australian Standards (AS) which are governed by Main Roads in WA. The most common colours for road markings in Perth are:

    White: Used to mark traffic lanes and parking spaces and to provide directional information.
    Yellow: Used to indicate no-stopping zones, and clearways, to highlight safety hazards
    Green: Used to indicate bicycle lanes and to mark parking areas for specific vehicle types (Electric Vehicles).
    Blue/Yellow: Used to indicate disabled parking bays and shared zones.

    It's important to note that road marking colours and their specific applications may vary depending on the location around the State.
    Line marking can be applied on concrete, asphalt, and brick surfaces. However, the surface must be clean and contaminant-free before installing the markings.
    Line markings can be removed using specialized equipment such as grinders or pressure washers. However, it is essential to note that this process can be labour-intensive and may cause damage to the underlying surface.
    Regular maintenance ensures that your line markings remain visible and effective. This can include regular cleaning, repainting, and repairs as needed. Additionally, protective coatings can be applied over the markings to extend their life and protect against wear and tear.
    During the line marking process, it is crucial to take necessary safety measures such as providing proper personal protective equipment, setting up appropriate traffic control and ensuring that the work zone is marked. Also, ensuring that the worker or workers performing the line marking are adequately trained in the use of the equipment and the line marking process, and it is essential to follow safety guidelines and guidelines established by regulatory bodies.
    Line marking guidelines and standards in Western Australia can be challenging to navigate. We recommend contacting a professional line marking service provider to help with your requirements.

    If you are determined to go it alone, please see the link to help you with this. Council Magazine has an article listing the best practices for line marking.

    Road Marking Industry Association of Australia Are the peak body representing line marking professionals. They advise the council and Australian government bodies on the best practices and guidelines for line marking nationwide.

    Australia's requirements, standards and practices change, but the fundamentals are the same. The governing body for line marking Roads in WA is Main Roads WA. Click the link for the MRWA Supplement to Ausroads Guide to Road Design.
    When considering line markings on asphalt surfaces, it's important to use paint specifically formulated for use on asphalt. These paints are designed to adhere well to the rough and porous surface of the asphalt.

    The longevity you can expect of line markings on asphalt surfaces can range from 1-3 years.

    It's also essential for you to properly prepare the asphalt surface before applying the markings. This includes cleaning the surface of dirt, dust, oil, and other contaminants. A pressure washer can be used to clean the surface, and it's essential to ensure that the surface is dry and moisture-free before applying the markings.

    It is important to note that the application method is also crucial. Airless sprayers are the best method for applying line markings as they produce a consistent and even application, but rollers can also be used.

    Once you have line marking installed. Regular cleaning and remark maintenance is important to maintain the most longevity possible of the markings. This includes regularly cleaning the surface and repainting areas showing signs of wear or fading.
    The longevity of line markings on concrete surfaces in Australia can vary depending on several factors, such as the quality or type of the paint used, the surface preparation, the application method, the weather conditions, the amount of traffic and use, and the regular maintenance performed.

    Proper surface preparation and correct application method can also affect the longevity of the markings. A good surface preparation and following the manufacturer's instructions for the application will ensure that the paint adheres correctly to the surface and will have a longer lifespan.

    Regular maintenance, such as cleaning the surface, repainting areas showing signs of wear or fading and having a regular inspection schedule, can help extend the markings' life.

    Areas with heavy traffic and usage tend to experience more wear and tear on the markings and must be repainted more frequently than less-trafficked areas.

    Overall, while it's difficult to give exact longevity for line markings on concrete surfaces in Australia, with proper preparation, high-quality paint, correct application method, regular maintenance, and taking into consideration the weather conditions and traffic, the markings can last between 2-5 years, with some exceptional cases reaching up to 8 years.
    We deliver line marking that’s well planned, accurate, long lasting and maximises useable space.

    Delineation Line Marking, Perth is well-equipped and an experienced road, carpark and warehouse marking services provider.

    We measure twice and cut once – we mark lines straight to the proper dimensions with a highly durable paint that dries anywhere between 5 to 30 minutes (depending on the weather).

    The difference comes in with our lightning fast quotes and superior service. So you can get on with what you do best, and we take care of the rest. We pay attention to the details and provide quality workmanship on every job, big or small. Not only can we provide marking services, but we can also achieve customised solutions to meet all of your project’s requirements.
    We’re confident in our capabilities and offer a workmanship guarantee for every job.

    All our operators undergo hours of rigorous training before allowing them to operate line marking plant and machinery, which are subject to Competency verification. This is to ensure the best work standards are achieved at all times.

    In the rare event of any errors in our work, we’ll happily remove and correct lines that aren’t up to our rigorous quality standards.
    We respond to quote requests with speed and accuracy that is unmatched in the industry. We provide a firm price for your line marking quickly and accurately with a contractor that makes you feel you have worked with them for years.

    Creating excellent customer experiences with an air of ease is why we are in business. We go out of our way to help with your line marking project.

    We are members of the Road Marking Industry Association of Australia. So, you can be assured all our line marking procedures, applications, and products adhere to MRWA standards. You can be confident you and your lines are safe in our hands.