Reflective pavement markers are additional means for emphasizing and strengthening importance of elements of a standard horizontal signalization. Regarding to installed retroreflectors in them, they strength marking dangerous places on the road when the ambient lighting is decreased.

As well, the markers should be installed on the centre white line, when the wheels trample on the lane, the marker produces vibrations of the motorist and vehicle, and the motorist should react quickly.

The markers are applied permanently on the road surface. They have micro replicated square lens with ceramic protective cover , which is resistant to abrasion. Marker body is made of thermoplastic that provides maximal shockproof and adaptability to all weather conditions. Markers, by supplementing other traffic signalization, warn motorists to some changes on the road at night (dangers).

They are designed for application to all types of surfaces and they are compatible with bitumen adhesives, as well as epoxy glue.


– Stability
– Retroreflectivity
– Shockproof
– Abrasion resistance
– Design suitable for a field
– Small weight
– Simply application
– Compatibility with bitumen and epoxy adhesives


Markers that we use belong to type P3A (permanent marker of plastic with the layer abrasion resistant- standard EN 146(1:1998)

Related to retroreflectivity they belong to class PRP1 (Type 2) – standard EN 1463 (1:1998)

Related to performances on the road they belong to class S1 and class R1 (visibility at night) -standard EN 1463 (2:2000)