Food & Beverage PROCESSING, cOMMERCIAL KITCHEN Flooring

SEAMLESS USDA, FDA AND OSHA-APPROVED EPOXY FLOORING FOR THE FOOD AND RESTAURANT INDUSTRIES

CLEAN ENOUGH TO BELIEVE IN THE 5 SECOND RULE

Regardless of whether you’re a grocery store, food processing plant, warehouse, commercial kitchen, or manufacturing production lines,  food and beverage facilities have unique flooring demands. Floors must have the ability to withstand extreme temperatures, moisture exposure, chemical sanitization and washdowns, not to mention heavy traffic loads. On top of this, your operations must pass stringent USDA, FDA, and/or OSHA standards. 

Food and beverage-specific polyurethane concrete and USDA, OSHA AND FDA-approved epoxy flooring coatings are truly our specialty. Polyurethane concrete flooring technology is designed specifically for the food and beverage industry- ideally suited for institutional kitchens and high-end restaurants.  Because all of our solutions are without joints or seams, they inhibit bacteria growth and are easy to clean. Floor drains and sloping leading to drains can be installed in any food and beverage space requiring frequent hot water wash downs and/or chemical exposure. Applied installs and restores seamless, sanitary, anti-slip, and easy-to-clean food processing flooring that stand up to high impact, traffic, moisture, and chemicals, meeting the flooring requirements for commercial kitchens and the food and beverage industry.

BREWERY, WINERY AND DISTILLERY FLOORS

Breweries, wineries and distilleries have similar challenges to other food and beverage facilities. A chemical-resistant coating is mandatory these facilities, as beer, wine and spirits can stain and degrade concrete, with the yeast and alcohols effectively “eating” through the floors layers. 

The exact applications determines the best system for each space. A heavy duty urethane system is ideal for brewing facilities, due to it’s heat-resistance, chemical-resistance and water-resistance. This system also works well in kegging, bottling and canning spaces with its resistance to impact from forklifts, kegs and pallet jacks. For the restaurant side of a brewpub, winery or distillery, floors would require heat-resistance, skid-resistance and more. Epoxy applications can easily provide a custom mix of resistance-features for bathrooms, kitchens and food prep areas.

PET FOOD PROCESSING FLOORS

Pet Food Processing facilities of both wet and dry processing also fall under SFCR (Safe Food for Canadians Regulations) as well as FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) in the US. As such, facilities must remain sanitary, seamless and up to date. As with other food processing facilities, seamless flooring systems must be waterproof, easy to clean and safe which resisting impact, traffic chemicals and moisture-exposure. These seamless epoxy, urethane, and other resinous flooring solutions may also require custom sloping and drainage, and sometimes epoxy curbs for washdown areas.

Depending on whether your pet food facility creates wet or dry food- or both- Applied can help determine which flooring solutions will keep you sanitary, productive, and compliant. 

Pet Food Processing facilities of both wet and dry processing also fall under FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) in the US. As such, facilities must remain sanitary, seamless and up to date. As with other food processing facilities, seamless flooring systems must be waterproof, easy to clean and safe which resisting impact, traffic chemicals and moisture-exposure. These seamless epoxy, urethane, and other resinous flooring solutions may also require custom sloping and drainage, and sometimes epoxy curbs for washdown areas.

Depending on whether your pet food facility creates wet or dry food- or both- Applied can help determine which flooring solutions will keep you sanitary, productive, and compliant. 

We provide flooring solutions to every size and type of company all the way up to Molson and Pepsi Bottling Group. Epoxy and urethane floors are ideal concrete coating systems for commercial restaurants and kitchens, bakeries, food and beverage manufacturing plants, breweries, bottling plants, loading docks, packaging plants, and freezer and refrigeration areas. Areas such as warehouses and grocery stores may have different aesthetic needs as well, where sealed polished concrete floors may be more suitable.

Applied Flooring Inc.’s food and beverage flooring solutions are ideal for Packaging Plants, Commercial Kitchens, Brewing, Bottling and Bagging Areas, Bakeries, Freezers and Refrigeration, Loading Docks, Aisleways, Battery Charging Areas, Cafeterias, CIP Areas, Coolers and Freezers, Soup Kettles, Fryer Lines, Intake Areas, Loading Docks, Production and Processing Areas, Restrooms and Locker Rooms, Stairwells, Warehouses, Wash Rooms and Wash Bays. 

YOUR FOOD/BEVERAGE FACILITY REQUIRES

CLIENTS WE'VE SERVED

Maple Leaf Foods
Unilever Canada
Saputo Foods
Coca Cola
Beatrice Foods
Labatt
Minute Maid
Molson Canada

Pepsi Bottling Group
Cadbury Canada
Dare Foods
Nestle Canada
Pillsbury
Gay Lea Foods
Cara Operations
Mondelez

Canada Bread
Bento Nouveau
Campbell’s Soup
All Seas Fisheries
Bakerhaus Veit
Belmont Meats
Ryding Regency Meat Packers
Salsicharia Delicatessen

Euro Bread
Upper Crust
Janes Family Foods
Thomas J. Lipton
Select Food Products
Veg-Pak Produce

Maple Leaf Foods
Unilever Canada
Saputo Foods
Coca Cola
Beatrice Foods
Labatt
Minute Maid
Molson Canada
Pepsi Bottling Group
Cadbury Canada
Dare Foods
Nestle Canada
Pillsbury
Gay Lea Foods
Cara Operations
Mondelez
Canada Bread
Bento Nouveau
Campbell’s Soup
All Seas Fisheries
Bakerhaus Veit
Belmont Meats
Ryding Regency Meat Packers
Salsicharia Delicatessen
Euro Bread
Upper Crust
Janes Family Foods
Thomas J. Lipton
Select Food Products
Veg-Pak Produce

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Questions we get a lot

Thermal cycling is the rotation of hot, cold and consistently varying temperatures that occur typically in food and beverage production facilities. Floors are exposed consistently to these types of extreme conditions due to processing steps, equipment output, and regular cleaning and hot-water washdowns. It is imperative that food and beverage processing floors withstand this constant stressful cycling in order to prevent cracking of the floor, keeping them seamless,  antibacterial (FDA & CFIA compliant), durable and safe for employees.