Coca-Cola, Lisburn

Coca-Cola, Lisburn

Lisburn Ireland Epoxy Flex PH Add 250

The Coca Cola manufacturing, bottling and distribution facility based in Knockmore Hill, Lisburn required an anti-slip coating solution as part of their cyclical maintenance programme. The facility employs approximately 600 people and produces some 1.5 million litres of Coca-Cola beverages every day.

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Construction project:
Floor coating - industrial systems Floor coating
Building type:
Industrial buildings / halls
Short description
An anti-slip coating solution was required to deal with the wet areas, walkways and roads throughout the facility. Trials of the materials were carried out which determined a detailed schedule and programme of works. The surfaces were prepared by shot blasting and grinding followed by the application of Remmers Epoxy Flex PH coating system in different colours to designated working areas as well as line marking where necessary.
Coca-Cola HBC
Site address:
BT28 2SZ Lisburn
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