Nevada Department of Transportation
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Graffiti eradication is a problem for the Nevada Department (NDOT). Over 12,000 man-hours are spent on graffiti eradication each year. One recognized graffiti abatement method is the use of non-sacrificial, anti-graffiti coating. NDOT uses non-sacrificial, anti-graffiti coating as an abatement strategy to easily remove graffiti from the public's view. NDOT conducts an annual evaluation of non-sacrificial, anti-graffiti coatings in order to keep current with industry innovation and improved product formulations. Products that meet NDOT's performance expectations are added to the Qualified Product List.
Fourteen products from twelve participating suppliers were evaluated on three different substrates. Of these products, three were chosen for additional durability evaluation. This report provides the results of the 2009 evaluation.
Anti-graffiti; Anti-graffiti coating; Graffiti abatement; Nevada – Clark County; Non-sacrificial; Paint removers --Testing; Protective coatings -- Testing; Vandalism
Infrastructure | Public Administration | Urban Studies
Nevada Department of Transportation Materials Division
Non-sacrificial, anti-graffiti coating 2009 evaluation.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/transport_pubs/9