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FasTrac CE330 Demarc Pro

Colorized Demarcation System

FasTrac CE330 Demarc Pro Colorized Demarcation System includes a two-component, 100% solids, moisture-tolerant, high strength, low modulus, multi-purpose epoxy binder and specialized colored aggregates.  This system adds increased awareness, improved friction, aesthetics, safety and long term durability.

The system is used to provide colorized demarcation of HOV lanes, bus lanes, bike lanes, toll lanes, handicap parking, ADA identification pedestrian walkways and other applications where colored demarcation of pavement is required. Used as an epoxy binder for pavements on portland cement concrete, asphalt pave-ments and other approved substrates. Use for demarcation on bike, bus, toll lanes in combination with colored aggregate. ADA applications, cross walks, toll lanes, on/ off ramps, comfort zones, shoulders, surface signage, sidewalks, office complexes, parking lots, urban regeneration projects, parking decks, landscape engi-neering designs, driveways.


  • High strength, low modulus epoxy binder
  • Rapid cure return to traffic formula
  • Technical support from experienced technicians
  • Independent testing lab certification
  • Convenient 1:1 mix ratio by volume
  • Low maintenance
  • Long lasting, durable colored aggregates

Where To Use

  • HOV lanes
  • Bike lanes and bus lanes
  • Handicap parking
  • Pedestrian walkways
  • Toll lanes
  • Surface signage
  • Parking lots


Surface must be must be clean and sound. Surface should be visibly dry. No standing water. Concrete moisture levels must be less than 5 %


600 ml cartridge

2 gal / 7.6 L unit

10 gal / 38 L unit

500 gal / 1,893 L unit

Shelf Life

2 years in original unopened containers


Store at 40F-95F (5C-35C)

Application Temperature Range

Condition material to 65°F – 85°F ( 18-29°C) for optimum application. Minimum age of concrete 21- 28 days, depending on mix design.* Minimum age of asphalt is 30 days and 75 % aggregate exposure.*