The Sport-Thieme "Roll Liner" wet line marking set for grass and hard surfaces
The Sport-Thieme "Roll Liner" wet line marking set consists of a line marking machine and marking paint. A roller system applies the paint to the grass. The colour intensity and usage can be regulated using the adjustable, spring-loaded brushes. After use, any remaining paint can be poured back into the container. The rollers can be quickly and easily rinsed using clean water. The "Roll Liner" wet line marking set includes one canister of biodegradable marking paint. The special paint concentrate is water-soluble, completely harmless to humans, animals and plants, and is biodegradable.
- Material: sturdy steel tubing frame, galvanised
- Line width: 100 mm
- Wheels: 2 pneumatic inflatable wheels
- Weight: approx. 20 kg
- Material: steel
- Capacity: approx. 15 litres
For marking a sports field you will need approximately 4-6 litres of paint. This varies depending on the marking machine being used, the size of the nozzles (ideally using 1.8 bar for a 0.7 nozzle), the width of the line, the field’s surface (e.g. short grass) as well as the speed the groundsman walks at. Depending on weather conditions and grass growth, the markings remain visible for up to 4 weeks. 1 canister (20 kg or 12.5 litres) is sufficient for approx. 3 playing fields.
The paint is supplied as a pasty concentrate and should only be diluted using water. The ratio of paint to water depends on the paint layer, for new markings it is approx. 1:3 (=0.625 l paint + 3 l water). For existing markings use a ratio of approx. 1:5 or 1:6. Filter the paint mixture with a sieve before filling the machine, this prevents clumps getting into the container and ensures flawless marking.
Furthermore, follow the instructions and guidelines provided by the marking machine’s manufacturer.
Whether at the beginning of the season or anytime throughout it: the wet line marking machine helps you keep your pitch marking in perfect condition. Don't miss out and order the Sport-Thieme "Roll Liner" wet line marking set today!