If cleanliness is paramount in your facility, an antimicrobial floor is the best choice for you. Required by the FDA and USDA in many types of industry, they are critical for commercial ventures in food and beverage processing, medical facilities, and pharmaceutical labs. An excellent choice also because of their ability to withstand harsh chemicals, frequent cleaning, heavy foot traffic and extreme temperatures, they are remarkably durable in difficult environments. Many industries are choosing to install antimicrobial flooring systems because of these advantages.
How Does Antimicrobial Flooring Work?
Antimicrobial floors can be either urethane or epoxy based and are available in a variety of colors. They are created to be a seamless, non-porous surface leaving no hiding places for moisture and contaminants to flourish. Epoxies and urethanes are anti-bacterial by nature, but added agents can provide further protection by slow-releasing an antimicrobial agent that continues to kill bacteria for the life of the floor. Additionally, the systems have a biostatic effect that will kill algae, bacteria, mold, mildew, fungi and yeast. They are non-allergenic, food safe and safe to animals and humans.
Some Businesses Using Antimicrobial Flooring include:
- Commercial kitchens
- Industrial plants and engineering facilities
- Hospitals, Clinics and pharmaceutical laboratories
- Public Restrooms, locker rooms and shower areas
- Veterinarians and animal care facilities
- Food and beverage processing plants
Our experts at Stateline Surface Solutions are here to assess your flooring needs and guide you to the right decision for your facility. Contact us today for a free quote and to discuss how we can be part of your solution.