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What is Neolith?

What is Neolith?

Composite, ceramic ... or...? Sintered stone!

Neolith does not fall under traditional products known as ceramics or porcelain, for example. One hundred percent natural raw materials are processed in a specific way. In the process, at high temperature and pressure, the molecules fuse together, as it were, to form a new rock.

Neolith is thus a completely unique and new material with a unique surface, which we call Sintered Stone. This is an advantage over ordinary ceramics. No doubt other ceramics have corresponding characteristics. But never before have all product properties, such as resistance to stains, scratches, chemicals and heat, coincided in one product as they do with Neolith.

Neolith comes in four different thicknesses. In addition to large sheet sizes for kitchen countertops or shower bases, for example, Neolith is also available in standard tile sizes. This allows us to take on any project with the goal of getting the best possible result. The different decors range from pronounced marble to more tranquil, concrete-like stone types. Each unique decor thus has its own look and comes in matching finish options, such as Silk and Riverwashed.

Because of its many positive properties, weight and wide variety of decors, many different applications can also be thought of for using Neolith. From kitchen countertops to bathrooms, from fireplace cladding to the ideal wall cladding. Neolith can do it all!

Michel Oprey & Beisterveld Natural Stone and Ceramics is the exclusive distributor of Neolith in the Benelux. Get inspired in our Neolith Urban Boutique in Amsterdam or request samples through one of our project advisors. We would be happy to come and inform you further in a personal meeting.

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