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Porcelain Board Façade Cladding/NEOLITH

Brand: Neolith

NEOLITH is the largest high-tech porcelain slab, which offers the most efficient solutions for the most demanding architectural projects, as well as an extensive combination of colours and fi nishes, making it a designer product that can be used in numerous applications for interiors, exteriors and furnishings.


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Wall covering
About the Product
1Application Area

Hospitals, offices, schools and universities, bank branches, shopping malls, apartments, laboratories, villas and flats, interior-exterior façade and floor coverings, kitchen, bath countertops and furniture applications

2Specifications

NEOLITH is lightweight; the thickness of the ceramic sheets facilitates transportation and handling, reducing the load factor on the cladding.
NEOLITH is waterproof; waterproof and resistant to liquids, with an absorption level of almost zero.
NEOLITH is easy to clean; resistant to any kind of chemical cleaning agent such as bleach or ammonia.
NEOLITH is hygienic; it does not give off any harmful substances and is totally suitable for contact with food.
NEOLITH is resistant to high temperatures; it does not burn in contact with fire nor does it emit smoke or toxic substances when subjected to high temperatures.
NEOLITH is resistant to wear and tear; its hard surface makes it resistant to scratches and abrasion.
NEOLITH is resistant to bending; it has a high shear rate, making it resistant to heavy loads and pressure.

3Quality Assurance Certificates

UNE-EN ISO 10545-3:1997, UNE-EN ISO 10545-4:1997, UNE-EN ISO 10545-9:1997, UNE-EN ISO 10545-12:1997, UNE-EN ISO 10545-13:1997, UNE-EN ISO 10545-14:1997, UNE-ENV 12633:2003, UNE-EN ISO 10545-10:1997, UNE-EN ISO 10545-11:1997, GREEN Certificate