Neolith is a light and large sintered surface. Made with completely natural and recyclable products such as crushed stone, Neolith is made through an intense heat and pressure process that combines the elements into a strong, light, UV resistant and extremely versatile product.
Neolith is mainly composed of 3 different types of natural elements. It contains granite minerals such as feldspar and pure quartz which give it strength and hardness, silica and glass minerals for chemical stability and natural oxides for color properties.
Higher temperatures, including direct flames, do not cause dangerous smokes or stains. With an absorption rate close to zero, acidic liquids and aggressive detergents cannot touch it. It does not itch, squeeze, bend or fade in the sun, which is why Neolith is fast becoming a popular outdoor building material.
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Neolith is very durable, resistant to heat, stains and scratches, except when using ceramic blades on the surface or abrasives on the shiny surface. It does not break easily, but if heavy objects fall to the surface, it can tear.
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If necessary, clean the Neolith worktop daily. Neolith worktops can be washed in lukewarm water with the addition of detergent in the dosage recommended by the manufacturer. (Avoid products that contain hydrofluoric acid and its derivatives). Rinse with warm water and dry with a cloth or something similar.
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Sintered stone for building materials involves grinding stone and other natural materials into powder and applying specific heat and pressure to achieve the desired end result. The atoms in the dust particles spread across the confines of the particles, merge and form a solid lump.
Granite is cheaper than quartz. Entry-level granite costs 40 per square foot, but quartz starts at 70. Advanced granite costs up to 200 per square foot, and quartz costs up to 175. Granite once cost a little more. quartz.
Dekton is made with a proprietary blend of natural quartz, porcelain and glass. These raw materials are melted under high pressure and pressed into a very dense and compact sheet material.
Sintered stone is a stone-based surface material that is often designed to resemble other materials. It can be made of natural stone, tiles, wood and other smooth or textured surfaces. It can also be made in different colors, textures and sizes.
Porcelain countertops are extremely hard, durable, and can withstand most bumps. In fact, their durability is just the other side of the stone and is generally not affected by wear. However, nicks and cracks are possible. Porcelain is made from 100% natural, raw and clay-based materials.
Sintered stone countertops cost between 60 and 95 per square foot, installed. Experts create this stone using a technology that mimics the natural stone manufacturing process on earth.
Neolith worktops are a revolutionary compact surface that combines high-end specifications, trendy colors, large format and variable thickness and offers solutions for all possible applications (tops, floors, bathrooms, panels, claddings, facades).
Typically, Dekton costs 60 to 95 / square foot to install, and again, it needs to be professionally installed. To see how it looks in person and at home, Home Depot offers Dekton samples (2 “x 4” to 4 “x 4”) for around $ 10 each.
You can put a saucepan or saucepan over Dekton countertops without worrying about damaging the surface. Even the heat from a slow cooker will not affect the surface when installed correctly. The peculiarity of this product is that it does not crack, does not burn or burn at high temperatures.