Surface Material Features a Marble Aesthetic

Neolith's Classtone line in EstauarioNeolith's Classtone line in Estauario

Neolith's Classtone line in Estauario

Neolith’s Classtone line in Estauario

Neolith, a brand of all-natural, premium compact surfaces for kitchen and bathroom countertops, flooring, interior wall cladding applications and exterior facades, had made available its new Classtone product line. The line features a marble aesthetic imprinted on Neolith’s reliable, high-performance brand of sintered compact surface, a new material category in the industry.

The Classtone line is the latest addition to the growing portfolio of the Neolith brand, manufactured by Spanish company, TheSize. In an effort to connect past and future, Classtone pulls from the sheer sophistication of marble and pairs it with the innovative design and technical features of Neolith’s classic product. Utilizing Neolith Digital Design (NDD), the state of the art decoration technique to attain marble-like features, the result is simple, yet attention-grabbing: a revival of classicism able to compete in the modern age. The product comes in four warm and intense colors: Pulpis, Marfil, Estauario and Marquina. Available in a 1/2-inch thickness, Classtone is especially suited for countertops.

The Neolith brand is the outcome of the latest research and development processes in the industry. The product is 100 percent natural, composed of raw materials—clays, feldspar, silica and natural mineral oxides—and is recyclable. Neolith has near-zero porosity, making the product hygienic, stain resistant, easy to clean and impervious to chemicals. The product is also wear, scratch, heat resistant and its colors, because they are all-natural, do not vary when exposed to UV rays. Additionally, the product is lightweight and easy to install, making Neolith suitable for virtually every indoor and outdoor home surface.

Neolith products are available in the U.S. and worldwide through a large network of distributors.

www.neolith.com

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