non-slip and HACCP
Are you looking for a kitchen flooring for your organisation, such as a hospital, care home or institution?
We supply flooring for industrial kitchens that comfortably meet all the necessary requirements, such as:
Our flooring consists of non-slip tiles that meet all these criteria.
This floor meets the most stringent non-slip standards with a R13 non-slip value and V6 displacement value as well as the HACCP requirements.
Our specialist will be happy to advise you about the various properties and benefits.
Bofloor is known for its professional expertise so you can rest assured that you will get the best possible floor for your location.
Curious about the various options?
HYGIENIC AND EASY TO CLEAN FLOORS FOR INDUSTRIAL KITCHENS
This flooring system can be completed with hollow skirting that complies with the most stringent hygiene requirements.
The profile’s curvature prevents the accumulation of dirt in the edges where the floor meets the wall.
This pvc profile is resistant against mechanical loads and is suitable for cleaning with scrubbing machines and even high-pressure cleaners.
SAY GOODBYE TO MOULD AND BACTERIA IN YOUR CATERING KITCHEN
The joints of the PVC tiles are welded with a pvc welding rod during assembly which, unlike cement joints, cannot crack.
This prevents the risk of bacteria, moulds or pests entering the space.
The floor is "seamless" after installation.
CAN BE INSTALLED WITH MINIMUM DOWNTIME
This HACCP floor can be installed with minimum to no downtime.
This system does not require any drying times and can therefore be used immediately after installation.
This means no interruption to the normal kitchen operations and therefore customer friendly.
EXTREMELY DURABLE AND TOUGH THANKS TO THE EXTRA THICKNESS
For the installation of BoFloor PVC tiles in catering kitchens we always recommend you to use 10 mm thick tiles.
Black or coal are the most suitable colours.
There is a risk that certain foodstuffs, herbs or spices can cause staining to the tiles which are difficult or impossible to remove.
What are the costs for a industrial kitchenfloor?