Neolith is a high performance, large format, slim porcelain slab, with superior physical and mechanical properties that meet and exceed every industry specification or standard.
March 1st, 2014
Neolith, from Spain and proudly brought to you by CDK Stone is now available in a large range of colours and finishes available in 3 sizes of 12mm, 5mm and 3mm. It is the largest high-tech porcelain slab, which offers the most efficient solutions for the most demanding architectural projects. This makes Neolith a designer’s product that can be used in numerous applications for interiors and exteriors such as countertops, cladding, large format flooring and external facades.
Neolith is a 100% natural product which combines the finest raw materials with the most advanced technology. Neolith is entirely made up of natural clays, feldspar, silica and mineral oxides and obtains its colours from 100% natural pigments that stand the test of time.
USES FOR NEOLITH
Flooring – Neolith is suitable for high traffic flooring applications, resistant to scratching, deep abrasion and any heavy duty cleaning agent. It is ideal for kitchen applications as it does not scratch or stain, is heat and fire resistant, and, thanks to the extremely low absorption rate of technical porcelain, ideal for food contact and processing.
In bathrooms, the fact that Neolith is completely unreactive makes NEOLITH suitable for contact with any domestic or industrial cleaning agent such as bleach or ammonia.
Neolith can also be used externally clad buildings. It can provide energy savings up to 40% and the circulating air flow helps to prevent the accumulation of temperature. Its unique properties also mean it assists the removal of humidity and increases resistance to extreme weather conditions. It is UV resistant, frost resistant, has a low thermal expansion index,is lightweight and generates efficiency and productivity for installation, reducing structural load.
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