THERMOPLASTIC EXTRUSION AND COLD PAINT APPLICATION
The Borum® Master 5000 series provides you with a variety of high capacity line marking machines designed for large scale jobs such as marking highways, motorways or airport runways.
The BM 5000 DL C is a combination machine that can be used for applying both thermoplastic and cold paint markings in various widths.
The cold paint material tank capacity is 440 L and the plastic material tank is 585 L The possibility of the large material capacity naturally gives fewer stops during the day for refilling.
The BM 5000 has a two-seat slidable drive and operator section for flexible working on left or right side.
Line types that can be applied with this equipment
Non-pressurized thermoplastic tank indirectly heated via heat transfer oil. The thermal oil and thermoplastic material temperature is thermostatically controlled and regulated automatically.
Diesel burner system for heating of the thermal oil (and thermoplastic). Propane burner available on demand.
Vertical agitator (mixer)
With hydraulic transmission. Heated center pipe for efficient uniform temperature control. Perfect melting & homogenization of the thermoplastic. Stable construction with foundation and bearings at the top of the material tank.
Pressurized black steel tank for water based cold paint.
The material tank has a filling system with large filling holes. This makes the filling process very easy to manage. In addition, the large filling holes also make cleaning the tanks easy.
Agitator (mixer) driven by hydraulic motor and with manually operated reversing valve.
For all Borum spray machines, the equipment is mounted on a sliding retainer frame as standard that allows you to quickly slide the equipment from one side to another. You can have 1-3 paint guns and 1-3 bead guns are attached.
Ground distance is maintained by retainer wheel to ensure a constant road marking width.
Lifting of retainer is done from operators seat. Pneumatic cylinder, foundation and pneumatic solenoid valve.
Paint filter with cut-off valve for easy maintenance.
Can be equipped with multiple material tanks, so that multi-color marking can be carried out simultaneously.
Working speed can be up to 15 km/h depending on the conditions, e.g. material, line type and operator experience
High-performance spray gun. 6 mm nozzle set for water based, solvent based and high solid paints. The BM C 6 gun can work with paint marking pressure up to approx. 8 bar.
An air capacity of 300-700 L/min. is needed per gun.
Possibility to apply lines in widths from 8 to 20 cm with one gun depending on work conditions, application speed, and layer thickness. Line thickness is typically between 0.25 mm to 0.80 mm
Cold paint material is a cost effective solution for executing flat markings over all types of pavements and for use in repairments. The Borum cold paint application equipment can accommodate any type of line marking job as it can be set to execute lines in widths of 8-100 cm. Furthermore, depending on the choice of material tanks, it is possible to apply lines in different colours in the same time.
The Dot’n line system offers a three-in-one solution for thermoplastic markings. This equipment can apply flat lines, dots and unique combination of lines and dots using only one extruder head.
In the drawing you can see examples of different valve set-ups giving different widths. The equipment's width can be between 30-50 cm. The line width starts at 5 cm and can be built up to 50 cm with 5 cm standard valves.
By using two sets of shutters the base line time to cure slightly before the Dots are applied and consequently the Dots will settle on top of the line with sharp edges, securing the optimum retroreflection.
Diameter of dots can be chosen between ø18 and ø 45 mm depending on the chosen drum. Number of dots/meter is 15-35 dots and is controlled by the LineMaster.
The shutters do not touch the high tensile steel drum and therefore the lifetime is prolonged.
Effective heating of the complete unit using a centrifugal pump, 42 L/min, hydraulically driven.
Continuous circulation of the thermoplastic material inside the equipment. This avoids settling and catching of solid parts and prevents unnecessary wear of mechanical parts.
The application speed depends on the type of application and goes up to 6 km/h.
The transport of material from tank to Dot'n'Line head is done by a hydraulically driven screw pump, which is electronically controlled. The screw pump has a permanent thermoplastic re-circulation system, which ensures a constant flow also past the in-active extrusion valves, keeping solid parts from adhering and ready for opening.
Build-in pressure regulating system ensures that line width and thickness do not change no matter the number of the shutters involved in the current marking assignment.
Having numerous dots gives the light a lot of possible areas to fall onto and create a retro-reflective effect. This is essential for having clear visibility, especially while driving during night time.
The drainage effect of the profiled markings ensures that rain water will easily drain away from the lines, thus maintaining high reflective values in rainy weather. This is possible because of the structure that allows the water to drain. Furthermore, the profiled nature of the road marking produces a noise when driven over that will warn the driver against driving off the road.
10L pressure solvent tank for cleaning of hoses and paint guns.
The Borum LineMaster control unit is an easy way of setting and controlling your line marking jobs. The LineMaster is attached to the operator's section of the machine and gives you full control of all your line marking tasks, from line application and pre-marking to reporting and invoicing.
It is possible to store up to 99 different line types, and to arrange these in up to 30 different marking programs. You are also able to pre-set line widths, line types, colours and combinations to have them ready for marking, and can instantly adjust them on the go.
Furthermore, you are able to view the status of various mechanical parts of the machine (e.g. compressor) on the computer screen that will help with correctly maintaining the machine and avoiding break downs.
Pneumatically controlled quick cleaning system for removal of solids left in the extrusion slot. Can be activated while extrusion is in process and is only slightly detectable on the line in the form of a moderate thickening of layer.