What is Neolith?
This pioneering material can be specified for the most demanding interior and exterior building projects. Combining high-definition detailed decoration with high-performance qualities, Neolith offers the triple reassurance of strength, beauty and longevity.
Neolith Tiles Sizing
Neolith tiles come in different tile formats which are outstanding due to the large size: 1,500 x 1,500, 1,500 x 750, 750 x 750, 1,200 x 1,200, 1,200 x 600, 600 x 600 & 600 x 300 mm.
Its lightness and large dimensions also make it the ideal material for refurbishment projects as it can be used directly on an already existing surface to save costs and handling times.
Also available in custom sizes for projects.
The Big Apple: They say that if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere, which is certainly the case with Neolith New York-New York. This visually appealing surface is influenced by the city’s infectious energy, its iconic avenues and majestic skyscrapers, responding to a revival of interest in using concrete for interior applications, particularly worktops.
Neolith Calatorao is inspired by the grey limestone extracted from the quarries of Calatorao (Zaragoza, Spain) for more than 2,000 years. It’s an ancient stone with an important history because it was used throughout the Iberian Peninsula for many monuments, churches, monasteries, palaces, sculptures, columns and baldaquins.
Inspired by the native material found in the province of Castellón (specifically, the Santa Magdalena quarries), Neolith Pulpis is known for its tobacco brown tone and subtle white and golden veins lining the slabs.
Neolith Estatuario E01 Silk from the Classtone Collection stands out due to its faithful interpretation of Carrara marble. A combination of thick and subtle veins crossing a pure white background exudes elegance and decorates any space where it's used with a touch of freshness, class and beauty.
Neolith Calacatta Silk offers a design with a very well-distributed and uniform grey vein all along the tile which optimizes its use irrespective of the type of use or format.
More about Neolith
Neolith is the market-leading sintered stone – a revolutionary product that has become the material of choice for architects, designers, specifiers and fabricators the world over.
What is a Sintered Stone?
Sintered Stone is a 100% natural material based on granite minerals,
glass minerals and natural oxides:
- Granite Materials: Quartz and feldspar, giving hardness and
strength to the surface.
- Glass minerals and silica, which ensures chemical stability.
How is Sintered Stone produced?
Neolith is produced using the very latest in sintering technology, replicating the thousands of years’ process by which natural stone is formed in a matter of hours.
The raw materials which form the slab are first subjected to extremely high pressure, going through a pressing machine where a weight of 400 bars is applied. In the second phase of the process, the slab goes through a kiln where temperatures reach more than 1200°C (2200°F).
This process of ultra-compaction creates full-body surfaces with unique technical features.
Neolith has always been at the forefront of sustainable approaches within all of its manufacturing processes. A 100% natural composition requires an equally
ecological production method.
Building on pioneering Neolith Digital Design (NDD), TheSize (manufacturers of Neolith) have aimed to incorporate organic practice into the way Neolith slabs are printed.
With the introduction of their Hydro-NDD 2.0 technology, this approach takes Neolith printing technology to the next level. Using a water-based ink, as opposed to the industry standard solvent base, TheSize have succeeded in offering a sustainable surface which never compromises on the quality expected
from Neolith Sintered Stone. All slabs maintain the same definition and detail of pattern and design, but are kinder to the planet.
Tried, tested and trusted, Neolith’s combination of realism, high performance and versatile formats make it a go-to material for architects, designers, specifiers and fabricators.
Neolith is the optimum surfacing material for both indoor and outdoor applications. From a skyscraper façade to a kitchen worktop, Neolith’s physical and mechanical characteristics deliver ultimate performance, unmatched beauty
and long-term value.