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  • Cascade_Floors
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    [QUOTE=PerraHermosa;252460]Is the same coating material appropriate for walls?

    We have done many walls in Breweries! I installed a urethane on my Brewery here in Oregon (Snow Peak Brewing Co) we also have done many Fiberglass walls for many other breweries.

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  • Cascade_Floors
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    shoot me an email I’m sure we can help. I definitely recommend a urethane base. Make sure it’s prepped properly for maximum bondage

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  • PerraHermosa
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    Is the same coating material appropriate for walls?

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  • PerraHermosa
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    Originally posted by Cascade_Floors View Post
    20inches is enough space. I always recommend putting a plate under the burner to deflect more heat. We would love to help out!
    Does your service area cover Costa Rica? ; )

    Great idea on the plate under the burner. But what material would you recommend for the brewhouse floor in that area? Epoxy? It's still bloody hot under there.

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  • Cascade_Floors
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    20inches is enough space. I always recommend putting a plate under the burner to deflect more heat. We would love to help out!

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  • PerraHermosa
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    Floor material for under direct fire brewhouse?

    We have a relatively small (250L) brewhouse that is direct fire. Our kettles sit about 20" off the ground. We are in the process of renovating a new space for the brewpub. We have decided epoxy floors for the cold side but we are at a bit of a loss for the flooring underneath the brewhouse area, which I imagine will experience temperatures above the ~250F rating I've seen on urethane coated concrete spec sheets. We have ripped up tiles, cut drains and will pour our sloped floors in a couple weeks. Should we go back to tile?
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