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Introducing Neolith

Introducing Neolith

A sintered stone, Neolith has been developed to provide a beautiful, durable, sustainable material for the building and interior decoration trade. Often used to create facades and internal wall cladding on luxurious developments, it’s also available in slab and tile form suitable for use in homes. Being entirely waterproof and very difficult to damage, it’s ideal for kitchens and bathrooms. Neolith is currently available in over 60 colours and textures, from solid midnight blue to a classic white with marble-like veining. Most of the shades mimic the beauty of naturally occurring stones, such as marble and granite, but you’ll also find a few wild cards in the deck.

How is Neolith made?

Carefully selected, 100% natural materials are subject to extreme heat and pressure, bonding them together to form a dense stone. This process is called sintering, and Neolith is one of the few engineered stones on the market to use it. Excellent engineering and design combine to create stone slabs and tiles that are uniform throughout the piece. This means that veining and other textures continue down to the edging, as they would in natural stone.

What is Neolith used for?

Designed to be used both indoors and outdoors, Neolith is a great choice for both residential and commercial properties, and is ideal for creating luxurious kitchens, bathrooms, restaurants, bars, hotels and spas. The stone can be used for worktops, backsplashes and interior wall claddings, table tops and furniture, flooring and exterior facades. As it is so hard wearing, it’s ideal for heavy traffic areas. An anti-slip treatment is available for flooring options.

A sustainable stone

Each slab of Neolith is made from up to 52% recycled materials. The stone is designed to last decades and could last centuries, so will outlast most other materials such as wood, plastic, vinyl or laminate. Choosing a long lasting material is an excellent way to reduce your environmental impact and Neolith is fully recyclable. Moreover, the stone doesn’t contain any resin and is made entirely from natural materials, which further reduces its impact on our planet and on your home environment. Neolith does not release harmful substances through off-gassing, unlike some fabrics and synthetic materials.

More advantages of Neolith

  • Available in over 60 colours and textures
  • Choice of 6 finishes
  • Available in 3, 6, 12 and 20mm thicknesses
  • Wide range of tile sizes available
  • Available in large slab sizes up to 3.6×1.2m or 3.2×1.6m
  • Easy to clean
  • Food safe
  • Waterproof
  • Scratch resistant
  • Very hard to damage
  • Hard to stain
  • Does not fade in direct sunlight
  • Is not damaged by low or freezing temperatures
  • Does not burn in contact with heat or fire
  • Does not let off smoke or toxic substances in a fire
  • 100% recyclable
  • Made from recycled materials

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