Epoxy with glass beads is a durable pavement marking material, designed for use in the higher elevations of Arizona (above 4,000 feet), to withstand the damage caused by snowplows.
Epoxy is a two-component system, consisting of two parts resin and one part of hardener, mixed together under high pressure and applied to the pavement. Epoxy is a low-profile pavement marking (typically 15-25 mils thick).
The material durability, combined with a low-profile application, provides a pavement marking more likely to hold up under snowplow conditions.
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