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Horizontal signage

Production processes and application

With 35 years experience, PACASA has been growing according to the needs of the market, producing and applying all kinds of paintings, always under strict quality controls.

The principal road marking products PACASA uses are :

                    - Conventional painting:

                             - Alkyd

                             - Thermoplastic acrylic in disolution

                             - Acrylic on water basis

                    - Hot thermoplastic painting :

                             - Spray-plastic (pulverization)

                             - Extrusion

                    - Cold plastic painting of two components


PACASA has at its disposal various specialised machines for the
different kinds of application :

Spray Plastic, acrylic in disolution, acrylic on water basis, airless manual , automatic / manual of two components

PACASA also provides prefabricated road markings of strips, zebras crossings and symbols.

These paints are made by PACASA and are strictly controlled, first internally in PACASA by the manufacture’s laboratory, and second externally by homologous laboratories, to always offer our clients the best product in the best conditions.


 1. Subject

The road marking consists of lines or shapes that are applied to the road and have one of the following functions:

- To mark the boundaries of traffic lanes

- To separate the lanes according to the direction of traffic

- To show a road edge

- To mark the prohibited driving areas

- To regulate the traffic, and particularly rolling, stopping and parking

- To reinforce or clarify the information given by the vertical signs and the traffic lights

- To repeat or remind the information given by the vertical signs

- To authorise traffic trajectories

- To annouce, guide and direct the road users


The first goal of road marking is to make traffic easier and to increase its security and efficiency. This is why it should play an integral part in the road design, and not be only considered as an element to add later.

The painting of road accessories such as pavement edges, island zones etc, are not included in this norm as they are not road signs, but signposting elements that show the
presence of obstacles.



2. Colour


          2.1 White

Generally, the colour of road marking is white. This colour corresponds to the reference B-118 of the norm UNE 48 103. 


          2.2 Yellow

Continuous or discontinuous yellow road lines can be painted on the edge of the pavement or on a pedestrian area to indicate a stopping or parking prohibition or restriction.   (M-7.7 and M-7.8).

Yellow road marking can also be winding to indicate areas where parking is forbidden or generally reserved for a particular use. (M-7.9).

Yellow grids remind that it is forbidden to block traffic at an intersection. (M-7.10).

The yellow colour corresponds to the reference B-502 of the norm UNE 48 103. 


           2.3 Blue

 Blue road marking is used to mark the boundaries of a parking area, or a road section where the parking length is limited and where the driver must show clearly the time when the parking started. (M-7.3a/b et M-7.4a/b/c). 


          2.4 Reflective paint

Generally, white marking is reflective. However, this kind of marking is not used on urban or
illuminated roads.  Yellow or blue markings are generally not reflective.