Resin flooring for pie manufacturer

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In food production, it is vital that the correct flooring is chosen for maximum safety and efficiency around the workplace. The main flooring requirements in the food industry are a balance of durability, cleanability and an anti-slip profile, which all contribute to a safe and hygienic environment.

The processing and packaging facilities involved different cleaning regimes requiring some areas to become very wet while cleaning waste. Taking into consideration the food manufacturing process, John Lord decided the best flooring to use was their Uragard HT62W.

John Lord installed the Uragard HT62W inside the Wigan-based pie manufacturers, which lends itself particularly well to processing facilities due to the high degree of durability and anti-slip resistance.

The resin screed is also incredibly hygienic and resistant to aggressive chemicals often used during clean downs.

The polyurethane resin floor was installed and then back-rolled creating a sufficient compromise between a high grade, anti-slip profile for safety underfoot and the cleanability of the floor.

A vibrant terracotta colour was the chosen resin colour range to help highlight dark waste food on the floor.

 

Industrial Stainless Steel

In order to create a wall to wall seamless solution, John Lord incorporated ASPEN Stainless drainage channels, gullies and solid stainless steel drainage covers.

 

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