• “Ozark Materials provides our company with THE BEST customer service in the industry”

    - Local Government Agency
  • “We have less downtime and more time striping simply by running Ozark Materials’ products. Their products run cleaner and cause us less problems than the other materials we have used in the past”

    - Striping Contractor
  • “The Ozark Materials product is without a doubt THE BEST traffic paint I have used in my 27 years of striping”

    - Striping Contractor
  • “Their people are dedicated and make it easy to do business with Ozark Materials”

    - Striping Contractor

Waterborne Traffic Paint

Ozark Materials’ waterborne traffic paint is environmentally friendly, durable and formulated for use in a wide-range of applications. For streets and highways, rural roads, parking lots, and airfields, Ozark Materials’ waterborne paint can be applied from temperatures as low as 35° F to as high as 120° F.   The waterborne paint is suitable for applications on both bituminous and concrete roadways, can be sprayed with either airless or conventional spray equipment, and is available in all specifications and colors.

 

Specifications

• Meets Federal Std. 141D and American Standard

• Meets FS TTP-1952E (Type I, II, III)

 

Coverage

100 sq ft/gallon at 15 mil wet film

300 LF of 4” line/gallon at 15 mil wet film

 

400 Series Regular Dry TTP-1952E (Type I)

• Great for parking lots & airfield marking

• Low VOC formula with excellent atomization

• Durable, abrasion resistant finish dries within 30 minutes

 

500 Series Fast Dry TTP-1952E (Type II)

• Proven low VOC waterborne acrylic durability

• Use under adverse conditions--night striping, high traffic & high humidity

• Minimizes traffic control when restriping, dries to no track in fewer than 3 minutes at 15 wet mils with glass beads applied 77° F & humidity above 75%

 

600 Series High Build TTP-1952E (Type III)

• Increased durability through greater film thickness (30 mil)

• Flexible paint film to withstand road expansion & contraction

• Greater retro-reflectivity with the ability to use larger beads

• In the field, no track in fewer than three minutes (77° F (25° C) & low humidity)

 

700 Series Cold Weather (Type IV)

• Designed to cure in temperatures as low as 35° F

• No track (field) in less than 10 minutes at temperatures 37° F (3° C) & rising

• No switching to solvent systems in cold climates, use from early spring through late fall

• 15 mils wet application

• Extends striping season