Thermoplastic Striping – For Roads

 

Stripe-A-Zone is ready and properly equipped to handle any TX DOT and LA DOT thermoplastic road striping needs. Whether it’s Type I or Type II TX DOT (Texas Department of Transportation) or LA DOT (Louisiana Department of Transportation) spec materials—Stripe-A-Zone is ready and available to handle any public or private road marking job.

Thermoplastic striping for road markings are one of the most common types of road markings based on its balance between cost and performance longevity. Thermoplastic road striping is used for all TX DOT and LA DOT jobs. Heated to approximately 400 degrees, the thermoplastic material consists of: pigments, binders and glass beads that form a durable, longer lasting product with nighttime visibility. Striping is a vital part of road paving job, and thermoplastic road markings are the best choice for finishing the project.

Some of Stripe-A-Zone’s thermoplastic striping LA DOT jobs include: a large piece of Interstate 12 in New Orleans and a large part of Interstate 10 from New Orleans to Baton Rouge.  Their TX DOT thermoplastic road striping jobs include: Dallas North Tollway, Victoria Country, Bexar County, Tarrant County, and Menard County.

Machine performing thermoplastic road striping Side view photo of a thermalplastic longliner that Stripe-a-Zone uses. An 18 wheeler truck built with premelting technology and also has an adjacent fork lift.