The Best in The Business... If you are serious about removing lines, you should be talking to the experts. With over 20 years experience “Roadline Removal Australia” is the leading pavement marking and runway rubber removal company in Australia. Using the most advanced equipment available with a highly trained professional staff we’re ready to remove lines anywhere around Australia. Using the very latest equipment Roadline Removal Australia can cost effectively remove all pavement marking systems in use today whether it be on roads, freeways, car parks or airport surfaces. Any marking system can be removed completely using one or a combination of our state of the art machines. Roadline Removal Australia’s simultaneous vacuum recovery system ensures that the job is successfully completed to the highest environmental standards. Through our experience we know that different jobs require different solutions. There is no one machine that does it all, that’s why at Roadline Removal Australia we have a range of machines that cover every possible removal job. Our fleet includes the Stripe Hog water blasters, the Road Pro 6200 machine, the Schibeci Polyplaner, shot and sand blasting machines, road sweepers and ancillary equipment. A specific machine to cover every possible removal contingency, and for those big jobs we can put our 6 interstate units together anywhere in Australia, day or night in any weather conditions.
Roadline Removal Waterblaster: Our Stipe Hog high-pressure water blasting system combines the benefits of a truck and a mounted blast head. The very best in high pressure water blasting and simultaneous vacuum recovery now exist on a single, fully self-contained mobile unit. The all-in-one, environmentally friendly, 40,000 psi water blasting, vacuum recovering line removal system with no mess or chemicals, is ready for pavement marking removals for materials such as, waterborne thermo plastics, epoxies, glue, tape curing compound, rubber and paint spills etc. ** A recent study by Vic Roads concluded that “High pressure water blasting is the preferred method, as this procedure removes almost all of the marking and visibility of removed marking during sun glare, night or wet road surface is minimised”. . Road Pro 6200: Our Road Pro 6200 with its patented variglide tooling system is truly a unique machine. It’s the perfect surface preparation system for grinding any material on any surface, diamond sawing and shot blasting. It causes minimal damage, it’s high speed paraglide system is perfect for recessed markers and grooving inlaid markings and vacuums the road surface simultaneously so there’s no need for further clean up. Polyplaner: Roadline Removal Australia has a variety of Polyplaner starting from the small Dingo K94, for very tight areas and limited access, two mid range Bobcats through to the large Mustang 2109 fitted with the Schibeci Polyplaner. Our Polyplaner can remove widths from 200 to 600mm and are the perfect tool for removing Audio Tactile lines, over thickness coating, degadur and onmigrip material. Airport Services With Roadline Removal Australian Stripe Hog water blaster rubber deposits left on runways from aircraft landings are quickly eliminated, exposing the original pavement and restoring the friction coefficient to desired levels for maximum breaking on wet surfaces. The use of ultra high-pressure water for cleaning runways is here to stay. Airports around the world are recognizing the simple fact that it is cleaner, quicker, less complicated and more cost efficient than other methods. The results speak for themselves with safer, cleaner runways and brighter markings. Work carried out at major Australian airports including: Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Cairns, Coolangatta, Essendon and Avalon airports and for RAAF bases at Amberley, Sale, Edinburgh and Woomera airports. Surface Preparation The Stripe Hog can also be used for surface preparation to achieve the best results with new marking adhesion. Just as you wouldn’t paint your house without preparing the surface first, so why not properly prepare the road surface before applying new marking