A Neolith worktop is becoming a more popular choice for the kitchens we create for our customers.
What is Neolith?
Neolith is a man-made stone product formed by combining granite compounds, natural oxides, glass, and silica minerals under extreme heat and pressure. The result is one of the most resilient surfaces available.
Benefits of Neolith
Neolith is lightweight, durable and versatile. Because it is formed under high pressure and temperature (sintering), it is extremely heat-resistant and will not burn if hot dishes are placed directly on it or fade in the sun.
The sintering process also means it is a very dense product and therefore has low porosity. As such it is waterproof, stain-resistant, resistant to damage from chemical and hygienic – ideal for the kitchen.
Neolith worktop – colours and patterns
By mixing in different combinations of various resins, material and pigments, a wide range of colours and patterns are available across the Neolith range. Below are some pictures of some of the options available (Krater, Zaha Stone, Retrostone, New York, Mar Del Plata and Amazonico).
We have a range on display in our showroom and love the range of patterns that this fantastic material offers.