PU Slurry Broadcast Systems are a specially designed resin flooring for the food manufacturing industry. The primary feature of this flooring is its anti-bacteria growing properties.
Polyurethane cement floors are the number one choice for kitchen floors in commercial spaces in Melbourne.
Because the surface is laid onsite with a slurry broadcast system and then top coated, no water or bacteria can get in and under the floor compared to commercial vinyl and tile flooring
PU Slurry Broadcast, specially designed resin flooring for the food manufacturing industry. With its primary focus being anti-bacteria growing properties.
Polyurethane cement floors are the number one choice when it comes to commercial kitchen flooring in Melbourne.
Because the surface is laid on-site with a slurry broadcast system and then top coated, this means that no water or bacteria can get in and under the floor compared to commercial vinyl and tile flooring.
Offering impressive traction, polyurethane cement is slip-resistant and will reduce the likelihood of slipping and falling – perfect for commercial kitchens in Melbourne.
Your new floor will be easy to take care of and clean, and it will stand up to a full range of cleaning materials.
Your floor will be pre-treated to reduce the growth of micro-organisms and bacteria, reducing the risk of infection.
With no crevices or cracks, your smooth cement floor will not absorb food particles, grease, steam, hot water, or chemicals.
With little maintenance and easy cleaning, your staff will appreciate your new kitchen floors after a long, hard shift.
Once we have replaced their old vinyl floors, many of our clients in the restaurant business notice how badly their kitchen floor needed repairing and how bad the flooring smelt.
They now highly recommend polyurethane cement for commercial kitchen floors, as it is a resin-based floor system with no chance of water getting in and under the floor like that of vinyl flooring.
Water sitting under vinyl is one of the smelliest things you will come across, and you probably think it’s the smell of old grease or something similar. When pulling up old kitchen vinyl flooring, it is hard to find committed guys that will go through how disgusting it is!
Our food-grade flooring follows sanitation standards in areas like commercial kitchens and cafeterias. It is stain-resistant for when things get messy and it holds up against acids contained in oils, sugars, and dairies.
These acids can stain and even break down the exterior of traditional floor coverings such as vinyl!
When selecting a food industry flooring system, it is essential to keep in mind that the temperature in your kitchen will vary.
Concrete floors in and around your freezers will make your floors cool, and just 2 metres away, your deep fryer and oven area will produce extreme heat. Our floors offer excellent thermal shock resistance.
70% of our customers think that polyurethane cement is the same as epoxy flooring; the reality is that there are few differences.
Polyurethane cement is specially designed for users in the food and processing industries like;
Non-slip commercial kitchen epoxy floor coatings are often actually Polyurethane Cement. Our anti-slip floors are designed for food-safe environments and are food grade.
Whatever flooring solution you choose must be strong enough to avoid abrasion from heavy equipment and constant foot traffic.
In a challenging environment such as restaurants, the floor also needs to be slip-resistant to prevent injuries from falls and slips
Polyurethane cement can be hard dry in just 3 hours, allowing you to have light foot traffic in only 6 hours. Our team will install your flooring with minimal disruption and downtime.
Talk to our team for expert advice or to get a quote for your project.