Industrial Flooring and Tiling

Tiling in the Food processing and beverages sector

Tiling in the Food processing and beverages sector

Tiling in Commercial kitchens

Tiling in Commercial kitchens

 

 

 

 

       Demands placed on tiled industrial floors are the most challenging .Botament offers unique solutions to meet these, in particular ,the grout joints which provide.

  • Chemical resistance
  • Temperature resistance
  • Electrostatic Conductivity
  • Tested for contact to drinking water and Food stuffs.
  • Steam cleaning and resistance to cleaning agents.
  • High mechanical resistance.

For advise on selection of the appropriate materials please contact our technical representative.

Botament EF500 chemical resistant grout

Botament EF500 chemical resistant grout

Botament EF500 Epoxy resin grout and adhesive is ideal for use in areas with mechanical stress due to their diverse chemical resistance , high mechanical strength and low abrasion. EF500 has been tested and approved in accordance with the latest KTW/KSW 2008 certification . It has met the latest , highly demanding test criteria in drinking water approval procedures. EF500 is available in 3 colours grey , white and silvergrey.

Botament CF200 tested to DVGW W347

Botament CF200 tested to DVGW W347

 

Silicate inorganic mortars where developed by Botament as an innovative joint mortar material resistant to higher temperatures than traditional mortars. These system also inhibit growth on micro-organism and are an easy to apply material for many industrial tiling applications. In particular for use in food production environments.

 

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