It doesn’t matter where you get your news, TV, radio, newspaper, or online, you’ve heard the reports and seen the headlines.
Dood processing plants, storage and shipping centers, and food service facilities are required to adhere to a multitude of local and federal government standards and regulations from the USDA, the FDA, and OSHA.
The top priority, understandably, is cleanliness. In food processing facilities, flooring needs can be exposed to a variety of food byproducts, including fats, blood, food additives, and natural food acids.
These substances, because of their corrosive nature, can infiltrate uncoated or improperly coated concrete flooring and cause severe damage. Uncontrolled bacteria growth, sickness, and ultimately expensive food recalls are the result.
To ensure sanitary flooring surfaces, coatings selected for food processing plants, storage and shipping facilities, and businesses that sell and serve food and drinks must be non-absorbent and durable enough to withstand regular and aggressive cleaning.
In West Michigan, Xtreme Engineered Floor Systems is your food service industry flooring expert. We are happy and proud to show you examples of both our 6.0 Epoxy and V-8 Hybrid XT coating installations in a variety of food industry locations. Both floor coating options are USDA and FDA approved for incidental food contact. They are seamless, non-absorbent, and chemical-resistant. To meet and exceed cleaning standards and easily pass health department inspections, they are easy to clean and require no special maintenance.
Best of all, Xtreme Engineered Floor Systems’ 6.0 Epoxy and V-8 Hybrid floor coatings can be customized to fit your needs. Processing plants and storage installations prefer simple, solid-color epoxies and floor coatings. While cafeterias, grocery stores, and restaurants want something with more style. The flooring experts at Xtreme Engineered Floor Systems have your food service flooring needs covering either way. Give them a call today.