Sanitation is very important to food plants, and whatever flooring used in the plant needs to help maintain a clean and sanitary environment.
Food plants can’t use wood or tile flooring because food debris, water, and bacteria can get trapped in grout lines, cracks, and crevices, leading to serious issues, including contamination. Also, the wrong kind of flooring on those locations, can fail to provide the necessary anti-slip resistance, which can be a big safety issue.
The best choice for a food plant flooring is definitely concrete with a polyurethane coating. Polyurethane provides a durable protective coating for flooring that can withstand the daily activity of a food processing plant, ensuring the facility maintains the appropriate levels of sanitation.
Wash bays, production areas, oven rooms are perfect examples of area suited for polyurethane floors