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Hygienic Sealed Wall Kerbing Within Food and Drink Factories

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Hygienic Sealed Wall Kerbing Within Food and Drink Factories

Hygienic Sealed Wall Kerbing Within Food and Drink Factories
March 30
15:18 2017

In the food and drink factories it is an important factor when manufacturing, processing, packaging and distributing quality products, daily. With various processing areas in a factory it is imperative that the construction of the factory will not impede production or fail due to its impact wear.

With strict demands within the food and drink industry it is crucial to provide a highly hygienic environment to avoid all costs of contamination. The choice of material within a factory design is highly important to withstand the regular cleaning regimes as well as increasing the clean ability of the environment.

Aspen Stainless are the UK’s exclusive agent of Polysto hygienic wall kerb range. Each kerb is made from a very strong polymer with a smooth finish, the kerbing is designed to reduce the ingress of liquids and provide protection to walls, columns and the door edges from floor level.

To increase clean ability a Polysto rebated wall kerb can be installed with a resin floor to create a smooth curve. The rebated kerb eliminates the stand 90 degree angle which increases clean ability and decreases the risk of dirt traps.

When installed the wall kerb is sealed with a high quality silicone based food joint sealant, which contains a special fungicide to prevent build-up of bacteria. The high strength formula is ideal for food environments for its high humidity and temperature resistant attributes.

Accompanied with wall cladding and bump rails Aspen can provide a completely sealed hygienic surface between floors and walls. The added protection will support daily traffic and the potential loading bay collisions.

Browse the product range online, which has full technical data available to download and discuss your bespoke requirements with the Aspen Technical Team at +44 (0)115 986 6321; www.aspen.eu.com.

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