Changed road layouts or roadwork situations put many road users under considerable stress. Unusual routing, larger volumes of traffic, narrower lanes and speed limits demand the full attention of every motorist. Stressful conditions like these are further compounded when it gets dark and rains.
Yellow lane marking lines through roadworks and at changed road layouts make a considerable contribution to safety. Highly reflective temporary lane markings give road users a clearly visible indication of where to go, particularly in the dark and in wet driving conditions.
Temporary yellow markings can be produced with different materials such as marking paint, spray plastic, thermoplastic or lane marking foil. Marking materials used at roadworks must withstand being rolled over by heavy commercial vehicles throughout the entire duration of the construction work, with a clear directional effect in every weather. Once the construction work has finished, the temporary marking has to be removed again. The marking material must therefore be selected so that it can be removed from the road surface again gently and without leaving any residues, in an environmentally friendly procedure that is appropriately fast.
Berghaus Traffic Technology therefore offers a complete range of temporary lane marking foils for all traffic categories with outstanding day and night visibility, available in various widths and colours. The adhesion properties of the foils can be enhanced by using a primer that is specially rated to the different marking foils and applied to the road surface; this primer coating is indispensable for long-term construction work. The offered foil laying devices make it easier to apply the lane marking foils. BASt-tested marking studs, reflector elements, visual signs and two-component adhesive round off the lane marking range.
BASt Test no. 95 1A 11.26
These foils are self-adhesive, reflecting and are used for short-term changes in the road layout. They are easy to use. We recom-mend applying a primer for even better adhesion. [...more]
For laying and remove the thin-layer marking foil without any problems, it is advisable to prepare the base surface with primer. [...more]
This foil is free of all pollutants. It is highly suitable for long-term roadwork measures. This foil is reflecting with net reinforcement. The higher stability of this foil means it is very easy to remove markings. [...more]
Available as type I or type II, in 12 cm, 15 cm and other widths in each case, yellow or white. [...more]
We recommend this foil laying device for longer marking distances. It glues and presses down each individual marking foil simultaneously. The pre-marking line can be followed exactly using the sighting device in the front section. [...more]
Shorter marking distances can be laid by hand. For this purpose, the foil-pressing roller is an effective aid, which is used to press down the foil after being laid. [...more]
folding, with parking stand and measured value resetting, indispens-able, e.g., during marking work, measuring range 9999.9 metres. [...more]
BASt Test no. 96 1Z 17.02/KE
The BASt-tested markers are ideal for the purpose of carriageway separation. Covered with glued-on foil type II (foil size 40 x 40 mm). To be glued on or screwed on (without fastening screws). [...more]
BASt Test no. V4-64/2010
Plastic reflector element, yellow, with two-sided reflector element 40 x 14 mm and predrilled rubber plate for fastening. [...more]
BASt Test no. V4-30/2000
made of polyethylene, yellow (RAL1023), 120 mm Ø, 19 mm high
one-sided, 2 reflectors (R 2)
two-sided, 4 reflectors (R 4)
Cold adhesive, two components (tub 10 kg) incl. hardening powder . [...more]