PVC Wall Panels for Your Restaurant Kitchens
Have you ever wondered what makes an ideal restaurant kitchen? This article is to bring you closer to the answer.
Kitchens are places where you get exposed to heat coming from the stove and other industrial cooking equipment. Not only that, notice that portions near the frying area accumulate oil splash around the area, making it look unsanitary.
The need for hygienic, fast, and easy cleaning kitchen wall panels is vital in making sure your restaurant, specifically your kitchen, meets your local and national regulatory standards. Owners and their employees have to be particular on sanitation as well as food handling. Food contamination, and worst, spoilage, are among the common problems brought by poor kitchen conditions.
Duramax Trusscore PVC Wall Panels are here to the rescue. It has a special feature that can endure heat at a maximum level to not worry about burning or fire in your kitchen. It does not tolerate dampness, allowing your kitchen to stay dry and prevent the formation of molds and germs in the food you prepare, causing spoilage or contamination.
We know the kitchen in restaurants is always on the go, and time for sanitation and cleaning every portion of it might be shorter than usual. Our PVC wall panels can withstand high-pressure water, so cleaning them is fast and easy.
Duramax Trusscore PVC Wall Panels also meet Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) standards. With this, you are sure about the quality. Check out some of our installed kitchen panels here.
You can also use PVC Wall Panels for several applications like indoor grow rooms, bathrooms, gyms, dairy farms, food processing facilities, and more. Your contractor would, for sure, recommend you to use PVC wall paneling! Here’s an article that discussed further why they do:
Let’s start that kitchen project now and see the difference. Call us at 323-352-9279. Request now for a quotation or get samples here for FREE. You may also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for your queries.