Food Processing is one of the most demanding branches of industry. Health and hygiene has always been a main concern within the food and drink industries. In modern food industry, floor and wall finishes of the highest standards are required to comply with industry guidelines for good hygiene practice and efficient production. Seamless flooring fulfills all these health and safety requirements and is becoming a much preferred flooring solution over vinyl and tiled finishes Seamless floorings are perfectly continuous surfaces with an extremely limited inclusion of joints, to avoid areas where contaminations and bacteria may collect.

The epoxy, MMA and polyurethane flooring systems we install are durable and have very high chemical and abrasion resistance.


As food and beverages production process is very complex and takes place in areas of varying purpose, we are taking into account:


 type and degree of traffic.
 temperatures to which flooring will be exposed.
 nature and duration of any chemical contact with the floor.
 wet or dry service conditions.
 Slip resistance requirements


Epoxy Quartz screeds are also used as a more decorative alternative to the polyurethanes and again offer good abrasion resistance and slip resistance.

In controlled-temperature environments, our floor systems provide an extra degree of strength, resilience and thermal shock resistance. Refrigerated warehouses, walk-in coolers and cold storage areas look better and last longer with colourful Borbet Flooring's epoxy and acrylic systems.







 Production areas

• Washing areas
• Blending areas
• Packing areas

• Warehouses
• Walk-in coolers and freezers
• Dispatch areas




• Seamless, to avoid dirt and bacteria’s collection;
• Very high chemical resistance (acids, base chemicals, blood, milk, wine, drinks in general, etc.);
• Easy to clean
• Slip resistance
• Abrasion resistance to continuous movement of mechanical transport such as fork-lifts and pallet trucks;
• Liquid and oil impermeability
• Thermal shock resistance