John Lord & Son Ltd flooring for the food and beverage processing industry is designed to maintain high levels of hygiene and safety.
Production flow, production temperatures, storage, movement of products and employee welfare all need to be considered when specifying flooring for food and beverage production to maintain high levels of hygiene and safety under foot.
Flooring and drainage are crucial to any factory design, overall durability, temperature resistance, abrasion resistance, anti-slip and clean-ability are all common factors to be considered.
Flooring also needs to have resistance to moisture, chemicals and food waste to prevent the growth of bacteria.
The John L Lord resin flooring range is suitable for many areas within a food and beverage processing facility, such as:
• Preparation areas
• Cooking areas
• Packaging Areas
• Distribution Areas
• Wash Down Areas
• Fridges and freezers
▪ Office & Receptions areas
▪ Staff Amenities and Changing areas
▪ R&D Laboratories and Test Kitchens
▪ CIP and Chemical storage areas
▪ Waste Areas
Their range of polyurethane, epoxy and acrylic flooring products have been developed and maintained by chemists to ISO 9001:2008. Their products offer good thermal and chemical resistance and abrasive resistance, ideally suited to the food processing sectors.
With the addition of their hygienic BioCote additive throughout the entire resin floor system, John L Lord products can even reduce the level of microbes that grow on a floor surface, reducing the risk of food contamination, stains and odours.
They also offer their Aspen stainless steel range of drainage, wall kerb and wall protection.
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