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Company Petar Mihaylov and Co is exclusive distributor of Neolith. Born in the last decade, Neolith – a Sintered Stone – is a revolutionary product category pioneered by TheSize to effectively respond to the most demanding architectural and interior design needs. Neolith does not belong to what is traditionally known as “ceramic” or “porcelain”: it is rather an extreme evolution of these ones to the extent of creating a new kind of surface previously inexistent. Neolith is the pioneer and continous innovator of the Sintered Stones.
What is a Sintered Stone?
It is a 100% natural material based on 3 groups of natural elements:
1. Granite Minerals: Quartz and Feldspar which grants hardness and strength to the product.
2. Glass Minerals and Silica which grants chemical stability.
3. Natural oxides which grants chromatic properties.
Production Process Sintering and Technology
The Sintering Technology that TheSize has developed to create Neolith, replicates in matter of hours the process by which natural stones are created throughout thousand of years. It exposes the raw materials described above to extremely high pressure and temperature. During a first phase, the raw materials go through the pressing machinery where a pressure of 400 bars is applied. In a second phase, the slab goes through a kiln with temperatures reaching more than 1200°C (2200°F). This process of ultracompactation gives birth to a full-body surface with unique technical features.
Decors on Stock
La Boheme B01
Neoltih 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: 2600 x 1200 mm and 2600 x 1500 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.
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, 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.
With a high level of gloss, the Nanotech Polished confers a more sophisticated look to the Colorfeel Collection.
Shiny with a perfect linear reflection that gives the material depth and elegance
A honed texture which is typical of natural stones: smooth, soft, shine-free and completely matte.
A rough texture to the touch due to its great relief and depth.
A matte finish with a light layer of enamel for subtle shine and a pleasant soft touch. Easy-to-clean surface finish.
Completely matte and highly resistant. Ideal for commercial use.
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