Food and Beverage Industries
Both polyurea and polyurethane foam has many uses in the food and beverage industries.
Polyurea coating systems are ideal for food and beverage industry floors because it provides a seamless, durable, low-maintenance, sanitary, safe, non-slip surface that is temperature resistant (can resist extreme hot and cold temperatures), and cures fast.
This is ideal for cold storage facilities, freezers, and food-processing plants where time and temperature are serious concerns.
Keeping food-processing plants and beverage facilities clean and sanitized is a challenge. The goal is to find the simplest way to protect the elements (floors, walls, ceiling, gate, posts, and rails) during the cleaning process while maintaining a sterile environment.
Polyurea can also reduce maintenance costs because it’s easily cleaned by pressure washing.
Several polyurea systems are available for potable water applications and are FSA and USDA-acceptable and NSF-approved to ANSI-NSF 61 Standard for potable water storage; meat and dairy processing plants, and butcher shop floors and walls.
Polyurethane foam is used in most ice coolers due to its superior thermal insulation properties and is used for creating the panels used in most walk-in refrigerated coolers.
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