Concrete, metal and wood surfaces in pork production facilities will begin to show signs of wear soon after animals have had a chance to settle in. Typically this wear occurs years later, but there are times when substrates begin to deteriorate soon after construction due to corrosive compounds. Problems, such as sore feet and legs, disease and added time for cleaning, develop due to rough eroded surfaces.
Since 1985 Vanberg Specialized Coatings has developed solutions to the problems associated with damaged or worn slats, floors, troughs, walls, ceilings and roofs in pork buildings. It is our commitment to provide the most cost effective products and systems to pork producers to restore and protect slats, floors and walls that will effectively extend their useful life for many years. In many cases replacing slats, floors, troughs, chutes, roofs, bins and ceilings is not a good option. Products from Vanberg Specialized Coatings have been demonstrated by many producers to far outlast other common products. In fact, with a good maintenance program for concrete and metal in pork buildings, these components can last indefinitely.