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We are currently looking to replace the flooring in our factory - now the question I have, is what is the best flooring for a chocolate factory?

Tiles? Vinyl?

Any advice on what is durable, and is easy to keep clean would be much appreciated.

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Depends a bit on your factory, i suppose.  Generally speaking I like acid brick for floors and dairy tile for walls.  It's very easy to clean, can support a lot of pressure if you've got heavy equipment, and is pretty durable should you drop something on it.

We are in the process of converting an industrial building into a chocolate factory. Flooring in NZ for food premises is fairly strict. I have been considering an epoxy resin to go over the concrete floor. Still waiting on quotes for vinyl to compare but epoxy resin would be suitable for us regardless.

Let us know what you decide



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