Regulations in the food and beverage industry stipulate the type of floor coating systems that are allowed. These facilities are under constant internal and external review to make sure they meet national and local health department requirements. With this knowledge, Protective Coating Specialists will evaluate your facility and engineer a system that will meet these requirements and aid in limiting current and future shutdowns.
Why choose us for your Food & Beverage project?
Technical experience since 1968.
Satisfied customers throughout Wisconsin, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Minnesota, Illinois and Iowa. References upon request.
Experienced applicators using up-to-date equipment to complete your projects.
Multi-year warranty available.
Special attention to detail such as chiseling back around floor drains, eliminating opportunities for feathered edges.
We work as consultants to architects and municipalities.
Providing technical specifications and quality standards that ensure you of the best system pricing possible.
Sturm Foods – Manawa, WI
Many manufacturing facilities spend countless hours and dollars applying line striping that keeps peeling. Sturm Foods in Manawa, WI had thousands of lineal feet of line striping to be completed but wanted a permanent solution. We suggested Rust Oleum 9800 urethane mastic but the key was the prep.
High traffic areas we applied a clear coat over the safety yellow lines plus installed safety red STOP Signs at all crossings and overhead doors. The permanent lines have saved time and money so the maintenance crews can focus on the equipment and production needs.
The end result we were able to provide permanent lines creating safe walking corridors for employees and guests.
Surface preparation is the most important factor that determines the success or failure of a concrete coating. Protective Coating Specialists uses a variety of equipment for surface preparation including shot blasters, diamond grinders, scarifiers, as well as high pressure water blaster and oil removal systems.
Joints between concrete slabs continually expand and contract, and often become filled with dirt and debris. Filling these joints with a flexible filler prevents moisture damage and minimizes cleaning and maintenance.