The most convenient pavement markers that effectively work day and night.
Temporary road markers provide an opportunity for both improving safety and reducing costs. Quick, simple placement reduces the time that your crew is exposed to traffic. TRPMs can be installed in only seconds by one worker with no special equipment, providing high profile delineation on freshly sealed roads until permanent markings can be applied. Holding the original lane line location eliminates the need to survey prior to restriping the roadway.
Quality is essential to the durability of our products. Our TRPMs are manufactured with virgin engineering resins and the best reflective tapes and adhesives in the industry. They are built tough to stand up to the high demands of maintenance work zones.
- Improves safety, provides effective lane line delineation
- Polyurethane marker body for toughness and durability
- Highly visible both day and night
- Installation takes only seconds
- Improves safety, reduces workers’ exposure to traffic
- Available in 3 styles: single cover, double cover, and double staple
- High heat marker available by special order
Temporary Raised and Permanent Pavement Markers
Pavement markers are commonly used in construction zones. Either an adhesive or a peel and stick backing are used to attach the TRPM to the pavement.
Types of Materials
A number of materials can be used to provide temporary pavement markings in work zones, including traffic paint, temporary tape, raised pavement markers, buttons, and tabs. The following bullets provide a brief overview of each material:
These markers are strips of plastic which have a reflective strip built into the marker and constructed with enough flexibility to resist an impact. However, practitioners should regularly inspect and replace damaged devices as soon as possible. These devices are deployed to simulate a continuous or dashed line and can supplement flat line markings for conditions such as rain.
Permanent Pavement Markers
Epoxy and Thermoplastic – Long-term work zones and high traffic volumes may warrant the use of these materials. These are highly durable materials that are appropriate for those areas where a visible line is needed for many months or years and subject to extreme abuse from traffic or other situation specific conditions. Agencies considering these markings will typically apply them in the locations where permanent markings will be when the project is complete.