Five Great Table Formats
NEOLITH® can be found in three large formats of 3,200 x 1,500 mm, 3,600 x 1,200 mm, 3,200 x 1,600 mm and two new: 2,600 x 1,200 mm and 2,600 x 1,500 mm *, the latter available only for projects, not in stock permanent.
This great variety translates into greater uniformity and continuity in the different spaces, facilitating their handling and minimizing the number of joints, which provides greater aesthetic and hygienic advantages.
* This format is only available for projects, not in permanent stock.
* The effective measurement of the tables in Décor Polished finish of the Classtone Collection is 3,000mm instead of 3,200mm.
* The effective measurement of the tables in polished finish of Nanotech of the Colorfeel Collection ranges from 3,200mm to 3,000mm depending on the thickness of the boards. 6mm – 3,200mm, 12mm – 3,100mm and 20mm – 3,000mm, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.
Also in Tile Formats
Neolith® comes in different tile formats which are outstanding due to the large size: 1,500 x 1,500, 1,500 x 750, 750 x 750, 1,200 x 1,200, 1,200 x 600, 600 x 600 y 600 x 300 mm.
Its lightness and large dimensions also make it the ideal material for Rehabilitation projects as it can be used directly on an already existing surface to save costs and handling times.
Also available in custom sizes for projects.
One of the characteristics that make Neolith stand out is how thin it is; it comes in thicknesses of 3, 6, 12 and 20 mm. The difference in their use varies based on the intended purpose.
For furniture and interior tiling, using 3 mm is recommended; for flooring (interior and exterior) and exterior tiling (like ventilated facades), 6 mm is recommended; whereas 12 mm is reserved for more demanding product uses such as for kitchen countertops.
After years dedicated to exhaustive research and a commitment to innovation, TheSize now has a production plant that houses machinery and equipment which is state-of-the-art in the architectural surface sector.
Among others, 4 exclusive Technologies particularly stand out, all of which are used with its star Neolith product.
Making a splash: HYDRO-NDD 2.0
Over the last couple of years, Neolith has observed a growing environmental awareness amongst designers regarding the materials specified for both residential and commercial spaces. This lead to the development of HYDRO-NDD 2.0.
HYDRO-NDD 2.0 is a water based decoration technique which greatly reduces the contaminating emissions sent into the environment from traditional printing methods. The new technology will deliver the same high quality colour and textural definition expected from Neolith’s surfaces with reduced pollutant output.
The revolutionary new process achieves exactly the same, high-quality patterns but with a far lower carbon footprint. This offers designers more possibilities than ever before to realise their dream spaces whilst also emphasising Neolith’s commitment to being the most sustainable Sintered Stone brand on the market.
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