Born in the last decade, Neolith – a Sintered Stone – is part of a new and revolutionary product category aimed at meeting more demanding architectural and design needs.
It is not at all what is known as traditional ceramic or stoneware but rather evolved from these materials to the point that a new type of surface was created which was non-existent up until that time. Neolith is pioneer in the Sintered Stone industry.
The difference between Neolith and traditional ceramics is obvious when you simply compare the characteristics. Although traditional ceramic may have some characteristic in common with Neolith, it definitely doesn’t have all the characteristics inherent to Neolith such as its stain, chemical and heat resistance all in one product.