When it comes to flooring in the Flour and Grain Milling sector, there are three main challenges to consider:
With pests and vermin being a constant threat, eliminating places for them to hide and thrive is essential. Typical non-slip finishes can trap flour particles, making the floor hard to dry clean. A stipple finish or flake finish is typically advised to assist with ease of cleaning.
With constant foot traffic, and on some floors, forklift traffic, durability of the floor is important. If the wrong flooring solution has been installed, it may wear prematurely.
Flour and grain mill facilities are under constant pressure to maintain and often increase production, so downtime is limited, and the installation must be done right the first time.