Bakery floor

  • Publicatie datum January 30, 2024
  • Auteur Joost van Hulst
  • Laatst aangepast January 30, 2024
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A bakery is a place where delicious breads, pastries and other delicacies are made every day. But a bakery is also a place where hygiene, safety and sustainability are of great importance. That’s why choosing the right floor for a bakery is an important decision.

A bakery floor must be resistant to high temperatures, moisture, fat, flour, sugar, acids and other substances used in a bakery. In addition, a bakery floor must be easy to clean, be durable and meet the strict food safety requirements.

What are the requirements that a bakery floor must meet?

A bakery floor must meet strict requirements to guarantee the optimal working environment. Some important features are:

  • Resistance to acids and oils;
  • Non-slip surface;
  • Easy to clean and maintain;
  • High wear resistance;
  • Resistant to high temperatures;
  • Liquid-tight.

A bakery floor must comply with the HACCP guidelines

HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) is an internationally recognized food safety system. A bakery floor must comply with HACCP guidelines to ensure the safety of food production. Our HACCP floors are designed and installed with these guidelines in mind, so that you can run your bakery and bake delicious breads with confidence.

Which floors are suitable as a floor for a bakery?

Not every floor is suitable for use in a bakery. As described, a bakery floor must meet strict requirements to ensure food safety. Fortunately, we offer ICM Projects various floor types that meet the requirements for a bakery floor.

Epoxy cast floor

An epoxy cast floor is extremely suitable for bakeries because of its seamless and liquid-tight character. This type of floor is resistant to acids, oils and high temperatures. In addition, an epoxy floor is easy to clean, which is essential in an environment where hygiene is paramount.

Trowel floor

The trowel floor is made of finely ground quartz or marble, mixed with epoxy resin. This creates a strong and wear-resistant floor that is resistant to chemicals and thermal loads. A trowel floor is ideal for bakeries where intensive work is done.

MMA floor

An MMA floor hardens very quickly and can therefore be loaded in a short time. This makes it an excellent choice for bakeries that need to get back up and running quickly. In addition, MMA floors offer excellent resistance to chemicals and high temperatures.

Suitable floors for the bakery shop

In addition to the actual bakery where the breads and other delicacies are made, there is often also a shop at the bakery. The shop floor of a bakery must not only be functional, but also aesthetically attractive.

PU cast floor

A PU cast floor combines aesthetics with functionality. It provides a seamless surface that is easy to clean. In addition, a PU cast floor is available in various colors and finishes, so that it fits perfectly with the appearance of your store.

PVC floor

A PVC floor is durable, sound-absorbing and available in various designs. This makes it an excellent choice for your bakery’s retail space. In addition, a PVC floor is easy to maintain, which ensures a representative appearance of the store.

Every room in the bakery deserves a suitable floor solution

At ICM Projects we understand that different areas in a bakery have different requirements. Whether it concerns the production area, storage space or sales area, we offer customized flooring solutions that perfectly match the function of the space.

Consider, for example, a processing area, packaging area and even freezer and cooling cells. For each room, a different type of floor will better meet the requirements for that room. We are happy to give you tailor-made advice in this regard.

Choose a safe bakery floor from ICM Projects

At ICM Projects, quality, safety and sustainability come first. Our experienced professionals ensure a professional installation of your bakery floor.

We only work with high-quality materials to create a floor that meets all the requirements for a bakery floor. Contact us today for a no-obligation consultation or request a no-obligation quote immediately.

Which floor covering in a bakery?

In a bakery it is essential to choose floor coverings that meet the HACCP guidelines. Suitable options include epoxy floors, trowel floors and MMA floors.

How much time does it take to install a bakery floor?

The length of time it takes to install a bakery floor depends on several factors, including the type of flooring and the size of the room. Our specialists strive to carry out the installation as efficiently as possible, with minimal disruption to your business operations.

What are the costs for a bakery floor?

The costs for a bakery floor depend on various factors, such as the type of floor, the surface area and any specific wishes. Contact us for a tailor-made quote without obligation.


Joost van Hulst
Joost van HulstCEO

Purchasing a company floor does not happen overnight. A good floor is only the basis for high work performance if you and your colleagues function optimally in it. For that simple reason, CEO Joost van Hulst makes sure every project runs smoothly every day. We get to the bottom of things for our clients. From administrative offices to hospitals. Ready to perform? The floor is yours.

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