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Hygienic flooring for changing rooms and staff areas

Hygienic flooring for changing rooms and staff areas

John L Lord has manufactured and delivered over 1000m² of Uragard HT120W to the canteen, toilets, shower rooms, changing rooms, engineers workshop and laundry areas of their clients premises.

Different grades of flooring are required for the different areas found within the food processing environments. Production areas need a hard-wearing, chemical resistant floor finish, which is able to stand up to heavy machinery and general wear and tear. Wet and dry processing areas need a floor that delivers a highly robust hygiene performance.

Changing rooms can be congested and hazardous environments that are prone to wear and tear. Ensuring a careful planning and the correct choice of flooring materials can benefit from excellent usability, maintenance can be reduced and accidents averted.

Resin floor is extremely durable and impact resistant. It’s also installed as one seamless floor. This means there are no joints, creases or crevasses, which can be damaged and come under attack by unwanted bacteria.

Uragard HT120W is part of our HT Range of heavy duty, high performance and anti-slip polyurethane screed. Uragard HT120W is an independently tested slip-resistant screed, designed to provide safety under food and improve clean ability.

The addition of BioCote and its high hygienic attributes means our Uragard resin flooring can also be antimicrobial.

Generally speaking, an antimicrobial resin floor is able to achieve up to a 99.99% bacteria reduction in just 2 hours on contact. This means the resin floor can resist the growth of microbes, including bacteria, mould and fungi, on its surface.

By having lower levels of microbes on a floor surface means improved hygiene, reductions in staining and odours, and a delay in degradation of materials. In summary, this can extend the functional lifetime of a resin floor.

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John L. Lord & Son Ltd

John L. Lord & Son Ltd

John L. Lord & Son Ltd is the UK's leading specialist industrial and commercial flooring company, based in the North West of England.

John Lord manufactures and installs its own exclusive ranges of high-performance resin flooring systems...
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