Restaurant Kitchen Floor in Pennsauken NJ
Updated: 3 days ago
This project was located in Pennsauken NJ, the client had an old quarry tile floor system and wanted to install a seamless system for ease of maintenance and ensure no bacteria infestation. We met with the client to decide what floor might best serve their needs. Based on the hot and cold wash down and fryer equipment we went with our urethane cement floor system to include a polyaspartic topcoat for higher heat resistance.
The space had a worn tile flooring system. This picture depicts our mechanical abrasion to produce the proper profile for long-term bonding. As previously mentioned we chose a urethane cement chemistry rather than the traditional epoxy floors. This decision was based on the need for thermal shock created by the varying temperatures.
The existing substrate had a grease trap that required sloping to meet the existing elevation. As with all resinous flooring feather edging resinous floors will virtually always fail in that area. To resolve any concerns we removed the substrate around the trap to allow for added thickness at this location. This same detail applies to floor terminations and drains as well.
The photo best depicts our cove base detail that will allow our commercial kitchen floor system to overlap and create a seamless transition.
The flooring system itself entails a pancake batter-like slurry made up of urethane cement. Then smoothed the slurry to avoid any imperfections and broadcasted with the client's selected coarseness to provide their desired nonslip texture.
Here is the finished restaurant kitchen flooring system. This floor boasts 8,000 pounds of compressive strength and an expansion coefficient of concrete. Making this floor state of the art in the food service industry.
Give us a call today, it would be a pleasure to meet and discuss your restaurant kitchen floor needs and develop a plan of action.