Neolith is an all-natural compact sintered surface composed of raw material – clays, feldspar, silica and natural mineral oxides pressing them together under immense pressure and baked at 1200°C. Neolith is recyclable suitable for kitchen and bathroom bench tops, flooring, interior wall cladding applications and exterior facades. It has near-zero porosity, making the product hygienic, stain resistant, easy to clean and impervious to chemicals. Neolith is also wear, scratch, heat resistant and its colours, being natural base, do not vary when exposed to UV rays. Additionally, the product is lightweight and easy to install, making Neolith suitable for virtually every indoor and outdoor surface.
Resistant to scratching and abrasion due to the hardness of the surface.
Does not burn in contact with fire or let off smoke or toxic substances.
Due to the hardness of the surface.
Up to 52% of any Neolith slab is comprised of recycled raw materials.
Completely suitable for contact with food. Does not release harmful substances.
Neolith is not damaged by low temperatures.
Resistant to chemical cleaning agents.
An absorption level near zero makes it resistant to stains.
Does not deteriorate from exposure to the sun or extreme temperatures.
Resin-free. Does not release any harmful substances into the environment.
The 3mm board is only 7kg/m2 and the 12mm is 30kg/m2.
Ideal for use as indoor furnishings in bathrooms, kitchens, and on furniture such as tables, wardrobes/closets, doors and office partitions. This thickness is ideal for refurbishment projects. Being so thin, it can be placed directly on the existing surface without the need to extract, helping to reduce project execution times, costs and waste in landfills.
Ideal for use in flooring, walls, both indoors and outdoors, stairs, covered pools, and exterior facades.
Neolith is now able to offer a larger, thicker slab for kitchen and bathroom countertops. The new size allows for better utilisation of the surface, as well as reduces waste. For instance, one large slab can be utilised for two full countertops.
Neolith’ s original finish is characterized by its natural matte look and a slightly textured feel which confers the high resistance properties of the material.
The new Riverwashed finish has evolved from its current predecessor providing greater relief, depth and surface roughness. It can be compared to a brush hammered or aged finish and adds a touch of realism to Neoliths colour range, especially the range inspired by natural stone.
While maintaining the look of the satin finish above, the Silk finish is much softer to the touch. The smooth nature of the surface is achieved through Neolith’s Airless Pistol [NAP] technology granting the material a silky finish that proves especially interesting in the application of interior floorings for preventing stains and making it easier to clean.
The Polished finish adds shine, depth, a reflection that stands out from its complete flatness and a touch of elegance. This finish proves ideal for the line of exclusive colours in the Classtone range but also creates an amazing effect in styles such as Beton, noteworthy for its originality of mixing a concrete material with a typical finish of the more classical products. This is suitable for vertical surfaces only.