Triflex Cold Plastic is a cold liquid applied, exceptionally fast curing, heavy duty marking system. Originally designed for highway use and used extensively on German autobahn, it has also been used for more than 20 years in the UK to add heavy duty white or coloured, thick layer, anti-skid markings to car parks, service yards and other heavily trafficked areas. Utilising the most advanced PMMA resin technology allows this 2 component solution to rapidly cure even at very low temperatures while removing the health and safety risks associated with hot applied thermoplastic solutions. The system far outperforms thermoplastic on concrete and is particularly suitable for HGV service decks and areas trafficked by trucks and fork trucks such as loading areas.
Triflex Cold Plastic is simple to apply, extremely hard wearing, highly tested, fully compatible with a wide range of substrates including direct application to asphalt, making it the ideal rapid solution for car parks, service areas, shopping centres, retail parks, airports, offices, roads, highways and other applications needing a quick turnaround, ultra-durable solution.
Maximum colour and design possibilities
Create a design to meet your safety and aesthetic requirements with a wide range of standard colours and options for bespoke colours - refer to Triflex Cold Plastic Colour card.
Versatility and compatibility
Triflex Cold Plastic is fully compatible with a wide range of substrates, and far outperforms thermoplastic solutions on concrete and similar substrates.
Totally cold applied
There is no risk from hot works during installation as all Triflex materials are applied in a totally cold liquid form, curing to create a tough, durable solution that lasts.
Ultra rapid curing
Exceptionally fast curing, Triflex products enable areas to remain open during installation, limiting access restrictions and unnecessary disruption. Installation can be carried out all year round and the system still cures quickly at temperatures down to 0°C.
Extremely tough and durable
Triflex Cold Plastic is resistant to ponding water, road salts, petrol, diesel, brake fluid, engine oil, battery acid, de-icing and approved cleaning products. The system is able to withstand high mechanical loads including HGV traffic on service yards. Triflex Cold Plastic has been used on German Autobahn for more than 25 years, and has demonstrated an effective service life of more than 20 years in high space change retail car park environments in the UK without replacement.
Triflex Cold Plastic is weather and UV resistant and will not break down when exposed for the long term to direct sunlight.
Triflex Cold Plastic does not contain solvents or isocyanates and poses no fire risk during installation.
- Car park lines and arrows HGV service deck and yard markings
- Pedestrian crossings
- Give way signs
- Lettering / symbols
- Car park blacking out (covering existing markings)
- Rail platform markings
- Road and highway markings
- Asphalt including Hot Rolled Asphalt (HRA) and Stone Mastic Asphalt (SMA)
- Tarmac / Tarmacadam / Macadam
- Fresh asphalt including HRA and SRA
- Fresh Tarmac / Tarmacadam / Macadam
- Existing markings
- Pavers / brick paviours
- Coatings (e.g. polyurethane, polyurea, polymethyl methacrylate, epoxy)
Looking to buy?
Triflex installations are carried out through our network of Authorised Contracting Partners, if you are already authorised you can place an order by emailing email@example.com. Alternatively if you looking for an installer in your area, click here to find your local Business Development Manager, who will be more than happy to discuss your requirements and provide you with a list of suitable contractors.
Triflex Tactile Markings
Primarily used on train platforms and pedestrian crossings Triflex Tactile Markings are used to provide a warning signal for people with visual impairments of possible danger. These prefabricated tactile markings are formed of fully cured PMMA resin tiles, and are bonded to asphalt and concrete substrates using the Triflex Cold Plastic marking system. Once fully cured they provide ribs or raised dots for textured signalling.
Fully certified to the highest UK and European standards and classifications, including:
BSI UK Road Trials - BS EN 1436
BASt Certification - German Federal Highway Research Institute
- ISO 9001: Quality Management
- ISO 14001: Environmental Management
- ISO 50001: Energy Management