Neolith worktops – design

Neolith worktops

Neolith worktops – technology at work

Technology is constantly advancing. There’s no  stopping for new achievements or ideas. This constant technological progress is interesting in all areas of life, yet particularly when it comes to kitchen worktops. Why is that? Although, at first sight it may look like an overstatement technology plays a huge part in creating and installing kitchen worktops. If you’re not really convinced consider the following factors: qualities of kitchen worktop’s materials (they are inherent in case of natural stones but carefully processed in engineered materials such as quartz), the whole manufacturing process (think of machines and technologies used in materials’ extraction process, of cutting and polishing), installation and fitting. If you dig deeper into these you can see how advanced are the processes and how deeply they rely on industrial achievements and technological solutions.

Engineered stones used for making worktops are particularly interesting with regards to technological solutions. Quartz, ceramic and neolith are all made through advanced industrial manufacturing and careful processing. Their inner qualities are substantially enhanced and new functional qualities are added. It’s especially interesting with regards to neolith worktops which are currently gaining momentum. Neolith is a new product category that differs from standard surfaces of natural stones. It’s a revolutionary product category that meets contemporary clients’ needs when it comes to architecture and interior design. They posses great qualities and find plenty of applications. What are neolith worktops’ basic qualities?

Neolith worktops – applications and qualities

Neolith worktops are made from ceramics and modified and manufactured in such a way as to look similar to strong and highly resistant worktops made from natural stones. Neolith worktops are highly durable and they can withstand variety of harsh and possibly harmful factors, both outside and inside. Temperature fluctuations, heavy rains, accidental spilling and heavy impacts do no harm to neolith surfaces. What’s more, due to advanced technological processing and careful engineering neolith worktops have more and more colours. Currently, you can choose from grey and metallic shades and dark browns. Colour palette is being constantly developed.

Neolith finds plenty of applications. Due to its engineered durability and resistance neolith is perfect for outside elements such as wall cladding, flooring and plenty of other outside structures. Neolith worktops are also becoming more and more common. Their resistance to heat and moist makes them perfect for modern day kitchens.

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