Moochi Yoghurt

Appetising Floor Finish for Top Frozen Yoghurt Brand

Flowcrete Australia has whipped up a tasty and vibrantly coloured resin floor finish for frozen yoghurt brand, Moochi, at one of the company's newest locations in Cabramatta.

The brand, which has stores up and down the east coast of Australia, provides a wide range of guilt-free natural frozen yoghurt - or FROYO - products in a number of exciting flavours including pomegranate, water melon and biscotti.

In preparation for the grand opening of its new Cabramatta store, Moochi was keen to deck out its new unit with a boldly coloured pink and black interior design scheme in line with the company's brand image.

Flowcrete Australia's popular Kristalina system was chosen in a creative mix of pink and black shades for the 60 square metre shop front and dining area. An epoxy resin system that offers clients the appearance of seamless terrazzo, Kristalina is a popular choice in commercial leisure facilities offering an attractive floor finish combined with excellent wear, chemical and scratch resistance.

Flowcrete Australia's Kristalina comes in a range of decorative colour blends as standard, or alternatively can be customised to align with corporate or interior colour schemes.

Prior to the installation of the Kristalina system, Flowcrete's Flowtex F1 Repair mortar was applied to the existing slab in order to repair any surface irregularities or cracks in the host concrete.

The entire floor installation project took just two days to complete and was ready for full traffic in time for the new store's opening in December 2012.

Project Details

  • Client: Moochi Yoghurt
  • Products: Commercial Resin Flooring
  • Market Sector: Food and Drink
  • Location: Cabramatta, Australia
  • Year: 2012

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