Stainless Steel Kerbs
The stainless steel kerbs that Kemtile supply and install are designed and produced by SAW McBride & Sons specifically for the Food & Drink Industry. They can be up to 20 metres long and are a standard cross section. Corners to walls and pillars are preformed in the factory. Modern factories are demanding higher hygiene standards. Traditional tiled and resin floors are weakest at the point at which they meet the wall. A stainless steel kerbing system can offer impact resistance together with the hygiene standards required in these demanding environments.
MKerb systems offer a unique stainless steel kerbing solution:
Stronger Cleaner Good looking Long lasting Longer
Kerbs can be fixed against existing walls or where the facility is a large open space that needs dividing into manufacturing areas the kerbs act as demarcation. The kerbs are fixed to the existing floor or prepared substrate with steel bolts and dowel pins and are then filled with concrete. They can also be used to form bunds within which the flooring is laid.
Different flooring systems and thicknesses can be laid either side of the kerb. All systems are based on one proven profile. A unique process offers longer lengths and straighter sections. Unsightly welds can be avoided in straight and accurate runs.