STRONG MARKER tree marking spray paint

Non fluorescent tree marking spray paint [4-6 Years]

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The benchmark for professionals in the wood sector. The non-fluorescent STRONG MARKER paint is ideal for long-term marking requirements (2 to 4 years). This tree marking paint is used for: marking trees in the long term, plot boundaries, boundary marking, designating future trees, marking out hiking trails, etc.

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Data sheet

Marking time 4 à 6 years
Volume 500 ml
Packaging Box of 12 cans
Product type Non fluorescent paint, Marking paint
Application domain Wood, Forests, Plots marking, landscape, gardeners marking
Application area Woods, ...

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STRONG MARKER : THE IDEAL TREE MARKING SPRAY PAINT FOR NON-NEON LONG TERM REQUIREMENTS

 

 

Properties of the STRONG MARKER long term tree marking spray paint

 

  • Excellent adhesion and high covering power on all timber surfaces
  • Very good weather resistance
  • Marking duration: 4-6 years depending on the application conditions and surface
  • Temperature range: from -20°C to 50°C
  • Drying time: 1 hr to 1h30
  • Aerosol cans, volume 650 ml / 500 ml net, in boxes of 12.

 

Specifications of the STRONG MARKER non fluorescent forestry paint

 

Composition

Binder: alkyd-urethane
Pigments: mineral and organic, lead and cadmium-free
Solvents: complex blend free from chlorinated solvents and with no aromatic compounds
Propellant: specific blend of isobutane and propane.

Application method

Manually or using our purpose-designed application equipment (forestry grip), see bellow.
Important: Before use (head up): shake thoroughly for at least a minute to avoid pigment sedimentation that may block the nozzle
After use: purge head down

Health and safety

Safety data sheets are available free of charge on the internet: www.quick-fds.com.
No paint mist or drips during use.
CLP labelling with a single pictogram.

DANGER
Extremely flammable aerosol.
H229 Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

picto inflammable


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