Wakefield Ma Food Processing Facility Announces New Hygenic Epoxy Floor
A food processing facility in Wakefield, Massachusetts recently underwent a transformation thanks to the expertise of New England Floor and Wall. The company installed a high-quality epoxy flooring and urethane cement overlay that meets the demands of a fast-paced, hygiene-critical environment.
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“We were approached by the facility owner who was looking for a solution that would provide durability, resistance to chemicals, and easy cleaning,” said Ken Bonney, owner of New England Floor and Wall. “We recommended ProREZ’s Epoxy Floor coating and Urethance Cement, and we’re confident that it was the right choice.”
The installation process began with a thorough assessment of the site to understand the specific requirements of the facility. This involved identifying areas of the floor that needed additional attention due to heavy traffic or exposure to harsh substances.
Once the assessment was complete, the team from New England Floor and Wall began the surface preparation process. This included dustless, diamond grinding to ensure that the floor was clean, dry, and free from any contaminants that could impede the adherence of the coating.
Next, ProREZ’s Epoxy Floor coating and Urethance Cement was applied with a high mil thickness, ensuring a uniform and seamless finish. Areas identified as needing extra protection were treated with the Polyurethane sealer.
After the application, the floor was inspected to ensure it met ProREZ’s high standards of quality. Any necessary touch-ups were completed at this stage.
The project was completed within the stipulated 7-day timeframe, transforming the 12,000 sq ft area with a high-performance, easy-to-maintain epoxy floor. The client was pleased with the seamless finish, the increased durability of the floor, and the improved safety and hygiene standards.
“We’re very happy with the results of this project,” said the facility owner. “The new floor is much more durable and easy to clean, and it’s helped to improve the safety and hygiene standards in our facility.”
This project demonstrates the efficiency and expertise of Ken Bonney and his team at New England Floor and Wall. By using ProREZ’s high-quality products, they were able to provide a tailored solution that met the specific needs of the food processing facility.
The success of this project affirms New England Floor and Wall as a leading floor coatings installer and ProREZ’s reputation as a premier manufacturer of epoxy, polyurethane, polyaspartic coatings, cementitious urethanes, and acrylic sealers. Their products continue to offer robust and versatile solutions for a range of industries, from automotive and airplane hangars to schools, fire stations, and retail spaces.
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