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Flooring for Beverage Processing & Bottling Plants Systems | Ottawa & Eastern Ontario

Beverage and bottling plants require floor systems that can offer protection against a wide variety of daily activities. But, they must also be of the highest sanitary levels. Concrete Fusion’s floor systems can offer protection against the harshest of cleaning products and methods. From strong, aggressive chemical cleaning agents, to constant daily pressure washing, our floors have been specifically designed to withstand this level of cleaning.

CFIA Approved Flooring Systems

There are strict CFIA industry standards to be met for all beverage processing and bottling plants. Concrete Fusion can offer a wide range of flooring solutions that are CFIA approved and have been designed to withstand the daily punishment that your floor will receive.

Superior Resinous Flooring for Any Plant

Our big-performance floor systems have been design to withstand a wide variety of ingredients and chemicals that they may be subjected to:

  • Corrosive sugars
  • Fruit juices
  • Fruit syrups
  • Flavorings
  • Mineral water salts and other ingredients

Custom Flooring with Excellent Lifecycle Value

Concrete Fusion understands that your requirements are unique to you. That is why our expert staff will work with you in designing the right floor for your needs. We are able to incorporate an endless variation of both protection and look in our floor systems. Our floors will [provide the right protection for your environment, be aesthetically pleasing to look at, and give you the best value for money. Our floors will outlast any other type of flooring, meaning they will look as good as the day they were installed for many years to come, saving you time and expense that other flooring may incur.

By choosing a floor from Concrete Fusion, these are some of the benefits you will enjoy:

  • CFIA compliancy
  • Thermal cycling/thermal shock resistance
  • Ability to withstand high temperatures and cleaning
  • Antimicrobial options
  • Resistance to bacterial attack, acids and caustics
  • Resistance to CIP (clean-in-place) chemicals, detergents and sanitizers
  • Customizable slip-resistance options
  • Floor-to-wall cove base and containment curbs available
  • Fast turnaround for minimal downtime
  • Ability to install in cold and damp conditions
  • Performs under exceptionally heavy traffic
  • Withstand heavy surface loads from bottle cleaning machines, filters and filling machines

To find out more about concrete floor finishes in Beverage Processing & Bottling Plants,

call (613) 714-0656 or fill out an online request