Neolith Sintered Stone
Neolith is the outcome of a selection of the best raw materials and a revolutionary production process known as sinterisation. This provides stain, scratch, chemical and heat resistance properties.
Neolith Sintered Stone

Neolith Sintered Stone

Neolith NEOLITH is a revolutionary compact surface that combines high performance specs, trendy colours, large format and variable thickness that will provide solutions for every possible application (kitchen worktops, bathrooms, flooring, paneling and cladding). The sizes and the thickness of Neolith are among the characteristics that make it a very interesting product, in addition to the base sheet of 3600x1600 mm, is also manufactured in lower sheet sizes. The high performance make NEOLITH a versatile product with good aesthetics.

Neolith Colour Collections

Neolith is available in 7 colour collections which include Fusion, Classtone, Colorfeel, Iron, Timber, Textil & Steel.

Neolith | FUSION™
Neolith | FUSION™
Neolith | CLASSTONE™
Neolith | CLASSTONE™
Neolith | COLORFEEL™
Neolith | COLORFEEL™
Neolith | IRON™
Neolith | IRON™
Neolith | TIMBER™
Neolith | TIMBER™
Neolith | TEXTIL™
Neolith | TEXTIL™
Neolith | STEEL™
Neolith | STEEL™



Neolith Finishes

Neolith is available in 3 x finishes; Satin, Silk & Riverwashed.

The Satin finish is completely matt, highly resistant and ideal for commercial use.
The Silk finish is a matt finish with a layer of enamel for subtle shine and a pleasant soft toch. Surface finish is easy to clean.
The Riverwashed finish is a rough texture to the touch due to its great relief and depth.


Neolith Finishes


Neolith Thickness

Besides the original format of 3600x1200, Neolith introduces a new larger format of 3600x1600mm.
NeoLith slabs and tiles are available in 4 thicknesses: 3mm, 6mm, 12mm and 20mm available with or without reinforcing fiberglas backing.

Neolith Thickness


Neolith Integrated Sinks

Neolith Integrated Sinks provide a more uniform and minimalist appearance to kitchens with sinks made of the same material as is used for the kitchen countertops. There is an element of extraordinary characteristics for an integrated and functional kitchen concept, always maintaining the elegance and durability inherent to the material. Neolith sinks are available in 4 x format sizes of 400mm x 400mm, 450mm x 400mm, 500mm x 400mm & 730mm x 390mm.

Neolith Integrated Sinks

Resistant to Stains & Scratches

Thanks to the excellent physical and mechanical properties of Neolith, its ideal for kitchen worktops. Neolith colours do not vary with the exposure of UV Rays, resistant to scratches to abrasion, wear and tears. Hygienic, totally suitable for contact with food and resistant to high temperatures, freeze and thaw. Easy to clean, resistant to any kind of chemical cleaning agent and waterproof. 100% Natural, it does not give off any substances that are harmful to the environment.

Neolith Resistance

Cleaning and Maintenance

  Easy to Clean
Neolith is an easy-to-clean material as it does not absorb residue or food remains, thereby guaranteeing good hygiene. It is also resistant to most chemical agents used in cleaning* although a damp cloth is sufficient in most cases for cleaning it.

  Everyday Cleaning
Use a microfiber cloth to remove dust from the surface. Clean your Neolith countertop daily if necessary. Neolith countertops can be washed with warm water, to which a detergent can be added, used in the dose recommended by the manufacturer. (Avoid products containing hydrofluoric acid and its derivatives). Rinse with warm water and dry with a cloth or similar.

If liquids are spilled, it must be dried immediately. The faster you clean and dry spills, the easier it is to remove stains. It is not advisable to use waxes, oily soaps, impregnating agents or other treatments (hydro-oil repellent) on the product, because its application is not necessary at all. Some of the detergents currently on the market contain waxes or polishing additives that, after several washes, can leave an oily film on the surface of Neolith.

  Do Not
Do not hit your Neolith countertop with a blunt and heavy objects. It could chip or even break (the edges are the most sensitive to physical damage). Ceramic knives may scratch Neolith’s surface in every finish, the same way they scratch other surfaces of the same product category and other categories.


  Worktop Care Video

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