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Most contractors know the differ- ence between these paint systems and use different products for dif- ferent applications. For example: a freshly sealcoated parking lot or a fresh asphalt substrate should be striped with latex acrylic, or the solvent-base acrylic marking paint. Whereas when painting over existing lines or concrete,


alkyd,


or chlorinated rubber


marking paints will last much longer and perform better. Not many pavement marking manu- facturers can supply just about any type of traffic paint you need in any color you want.


In addition, RAE is geared up to go ‘Green.’ For many years, the company has been formulating and developing low VOC mark- ing and industrial paints to stay ahead of the federal, state, and local regulations. RAE has been a pioneer in the water-based paint technology. As formulation tech- nology advances, spurred largely by the impact of tighter VOC regulations, RAE’s product line has advanced also. Now all of the contractor and retail marking paints that RAE offers are avail- able completely ‘GREEN’ with VOC’s less than 150 grams per liter in their acetone-based line of solvent based paints.


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