Monarch installs brewery flooring nationwide and has been doing so for over thirty years. We have helped design and install some of the most well known brands in the UK, but we have also helped small businesses and microbreweries make the most out of their floor. Working with chemicals involved in the brewing process can lead to spills and because beer is acidic by nature, these spills can attack a concrete floor. Scientifically, this is the acids within the beer reacting to the alkaline cement paste. As a result the floor can become uneven and cracked. This leads to a safety issue as the floor worsens over time.
We recommend a polyurethane resin screed within all kinds of breweries due to its strength against the chemicals in the brewing process. As well as this, the screed is trowel applied which makes light work of creating falls in floor which usually lead to a form of drainage. This helps reduce slips and trips as well as aiding in general cleaning and maintenance.
Using a polyurethane material on a brewery floor will give the floor a resistance to chemicals within the brewing process. As well as this, polyurethane is laid using a trowel at around 6-9mm in thickness. This makes it a very durable floor which can also come in a variety of colours to create a floor which is not only does its job, but looks good too.
Polyurethane also has a greater resistance to organic acids which are common in cleaning chemicals used on brewery floors. As a result choosing a brewery floor which is polyurethane can provide a long-lasting, cost-effective flooring solutions for breweries, microbreweries and distilleries as well.
Monarch has been involved in the design and application of seamless brewery flooring for many years and is a member of SIBA, the Society of Independent Brewers. As a family business of three generations, we work with our clients to make sure that they have the best customer experience we can give. Here at Monarch we know how essential it is to install the correct resin product which is tailor-made to each individual breweries needs.
We install brewery flooring using resin in all parts of the UK and have offices in Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Lancashire and Leicestershire. We have worked with some well known breweries across the UK. Monarch have also have installed resin flooring within distilleries and microbreweries.
Using resin on a brewery floor is a great way to make sure that the chemicals which you use don’t lead to issues within the floor. The last thing that you would want is for your floor to become damaged during the brewing process. We make sure that the materials which we use, along with the correct prep work, mean your floor is fit for purpose. As well as being long-lasting and cost-effective. Designing a floor for a brewery is something which we have been a part of for many years, so if you are starting out and need some help we are happy to help you and advise you along the way.
By using Monarthane as your chosen brewery flooring material, ensures a well suited product which is durable against the brewing chemicals used. It also comes with all our knowledge and experience behind it. If you have any questions about brewery flooring, resin flooring or anything else please get in touch. We have a team of reliable, hard working staff who are there to make sure that all your flooring questions are answered.
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Monarthane is a three-part resin rich, heavy-duty polyurethane floor screed designed to present a floor surface resistant to chemical attack and the hardest physical abrasions. This makes it a perfect material to use as a brewery flooring solution.
Areas subject to abrasion, heavy wading, chemical exposure and areas where a slip-resistant, seamless, sealed profile is required. Due to these advantages and more, Monarthane is one of the leading polyurethane systems which we install. It is not just within breweries which this product can be used, there are also many other applications where Monarthane may be installed.
Monarch installs brewery flooring across the UK and have over thirty years of experience in our trade. Unlike concrete, our resin brewery flooring solutions are perfect in dealing with the chemicals used within the brewing process. Polyurethane resinous materials have a high chemical resistance and as such do not damage in the same way that a concrete floor will. A concrete floor tends to become cracked and crumble if it were to be used as a brewery floor. This is because the chemicals that are used attack the structure of the concrete which will lead to an unsafe and uneven floor.
Resin flooring is a great way to create a safe, durable floor for your distillery, microbrewery or brewery. We also install falling floors to stainless steel drainage to create a functional brewery floor. The falls in the floor created by the resin will direct any excess liquids into the drainage.
Monarch have offices based in Derbyshire, Lancashire, Leicestershire and Yorkshire but we install our brewery flooring systems throughout the UK. We also offer free technical advice. So if you need any help with what type of resin flooring product you need to suit your brewery then just give us a call.
You can find easy ways to get in touch with a member of our team on our contact page. You can also use the form on this page to send an email to us and we will get back in touch within two working days.