Neolith makes a kitchen surface that is scratch-resistant, resistant to high temperatures, chemical & UV damage and that’s stain-resistant. Its porosity is close to zero, so there is practically no absorption.

Its’ hardness is close to that of porcelain or Dekton, so it is suitable for use on kitchen countertops, floors and walls. It is also very durable, so it won’t scratch, stain or lose its lustre over time.

Additionally, as it is made of a resin-free mix of recycled and natural materials, it is more resistant to thermal shocks, both hot and cold than its quartz countertop rivals.

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Neolith Calacatta Gold is the follow-up to 2015's winner of the Red Dot Award and the Muuuz International Awards, Neolith Calacatta and an exceptionally elegant, greyish mesh with golden veins that is perfect for the most exclusive of locations.

Grey sintered stone worktop from Neolith.

Brown sintered stone worktop from Neolith.

Industrial-style sintered stone worktop from Neolith.

Light beige sintered stone worktop from Neolith

Black stone-effect sintered stone worktop from Neolith.

Industrial style grey sintered stone worktop from Neolith.

Grey natural stone-effect sintered stone worktop from Neolith.

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Benefits of using Neolith

It is very easy to maintain and keep clean. You just need to wash it with water and soap, and it’s all set. It doesn’t absorb stains, so it will stay looking brand new for a long time. It is also very resistant to high temperatures, so it can be used in the kitchen or in any other place where hot liquids or foods are being prepared.

It has more than 50 finish choices to suit any interior designer or architect’s demands anywhere in the world. Neolith countertops also come in a separate line of sinks made of the same material as our countertops. This design integrates a minimalist kitchen design with the countertops.

Neolith countertops also come in a separate line of sinks made of the same material as our countertops. This design integrates a minimalist kitchen design with the countertops.

What is Neolith?

Neolith

It is classed as a Sintered Stone. It is a type of man-made stone that is manufactured by mixing various ingredients such as clay, binder, limestone, quartz, etc.

When these ingredients are heated under pressure, they are pressed together and then they are cooled. This process is called Sintering.

After this process, it is cut into specific shapes and colours and then it is used in buildings, floors, and other applications. It is light in weight and has good heat absorption properties which makes it an ideal artificial stone for many applications.

It was developed in part to combat the supply issues from dwindling granite and marble stocks, but also to respond to the most demanding architectural and design needs, since it has outstanding technical and aesthetic qualities.

This material is highly resistant to fire, water, high temperatures, UV light, humidity and chemicals. It has a very low point of friction, making it very suitable for use in high-touch applications.

It does not stain or corrode and can be cut or drilled with relative ease. It has a relatively low sound absorption, making it a perfect material for use in soundproofing. It is highly resistant to shrinking, swelling, crevice and denting.

It is highly resistant to mechanical shock and has excellent electrical insulating properties. It has a very high resistance to wear and tear and ageing. It can be painted with virtually any type of paint, and has excellent abrasion resistance, making it ideal for use in high-traffic areas.

High pressures during the shaping and high temperatures during firing transform the natural minerals into a Sintered Stone, which has virtually zero porosity and outstanding mechanical qualities.

It is produced by combining natural minerals in an ideal proportion and in a much more nuanced way. The subsequent manufacturing procedure is what creates its superior quality.

It is a revolutionary product category pioneered by TheSize, a Spanish company founded by a family with an extensive background in natural stone. It is not a conventional “ceramic” or “porcelain” substance: rather, it is an extreme evolution of these two that creates a unique type of surface.

How is Neolith a sustainable material?

Neolith bases its business practices on sustainability and respect for the environment. They recycle 89% of the waste and 100% of the water at their facilities, thanks to a “carbon neutral” production process. Neolith slabs can be up to 90 percent recycled raw materials, depending on the model.

What other uses aside from worktops does Neolith have?

Neolith is an architectural surface suited for interior and exterior applications such as kitchen countertops, bathrooms, facades, flooring and even furniture. It means quality, versatility, durability and sustainability. It is also class, elegance, style and subtlety; designed to create unique spaces, and generate extraordinary brand experiences.

What is Neolith Made of?

It is a 100% natural material based on 3 groups of natural elements:

  • Granite Minerals: Quartz and Feldspar which grants hardness and strength to the product.
  • Glass Minerals and Silica that grant chemical stability.
  • Natural oxides that grant chromatic properties.

Neolith Production Process:

Neolith is created through a process that mimics natural stone formation over millennia, Sintering Technology being used to do so in a matter of hours.

A second step involves firing the slab at temperatures over 1200C (2200F) to produce a complete-body surface (more than 12 colours from its palette) with unique technological features.

Decoration:

Neolith’s revolutionary digital printing decoration technology NDD (Neolith Digital Design) provides a wide range of finishes and complexities (Neolith Digital Design), as well as a high degree of design options.

Results:

An ultra-thin, high-strength sintered stone of large format and exceptional physical and mechanical properties.

Applications:

This type of product is ideal for creating limitless worktop designs due to its format and physical-mechanical characteristics.

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Find the right size and colour to suit your kitchen. You can also mix and match products to create a custom look for your kitchen. You can also create a quote for a customised installation if you want a specific colour or size, simply upload drawings to your free quote request in the checkout.

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