Sikafloor Makes the Grade at Welsh Bottle Plant

Sikafloor Makes the Grade at Welsh Bottle Plant

Sika has delivered long term performance and durability for Welsh bottle plant with their polyurethane resin flooring system.

The Radnor Hills Mineral Water Company in Knighton produces more than 175 million bottles each year. For a new bottling line, the floor surface had to meet industry standards, withstand heavy machinery and be easy to clean.

Appointed to complete the application within the limited timeframe, specialist contractor Coatech turned to Sika and the company’s Sikafloor PurCem polyurethane resin system.

Following the re-screeding and sloping of an old warehouse floor, 100m2 of Sikafloor Purcem 20 was laid to a depth of 9mm. The Sikafloor system was also used as a seal coat for covings, ensuring ease of cleaning and hygiene

Offering excellent strength, Sikafloor 20N Purcem is a polyurethane modified cement screed that is highly resistant to chemicals, fatty acids and temperature. As the water-based system normally requires no primer, its installation simple, producing a joint-free surface that is slip and abrasion resistant.

Now complete, the finished production floor at Radnor Hills Mineral Water can be steam cleaned to maintain the highest levels of hygienic surface demanded by the modern food and drink industry.

Sikafloor systems can help deliver high performance and cost-effective solutions for the most challenging and innovative commercial applications.

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