SINTERED STONE. Tough to beat

But what is sintered stone?

Sintering (also called “ultra-compact surfacing”) is the process of compacting and forming a solid mass of material by heat or pressure without melting it to the point of liquefaction. Sintering happens naturally in mineral deposits or as a manufacturing process used with metals, ceramics, plastics, and other materials.

Sintered stone is a new and innovative material category where the finest natural minerals are exposed to extremely high pressure (5900 PSI) and temperature (over 2700o C) in a furnace — giving the product outstanding physical and mechanical properties in terms of compaction, resistance and durability.



  • Benefits of surfaces like stone and quartz without the drawbacks of porosity, staining, and other limitations of those materials

  • Very heat resistant; some products can integrate induction cooking features right into the material Tolerant to all temperature extremes making these surfaces good for outdoor kitchens Some products have “through-body” construction meaning their colour goes through the material Product sizes large enough to cover kitchen islands and large areas similar to natural stone slabs

  • Very durable surfaces; non-porous, highly resistant to physical damage like scratching and cracking


  • Requires skilled trades and proper equipment for fabrication. Availability of experienced installers familiar with these products may be limited

  • Cost is generally in the mid to high-end range for countertop surfacing; can be expensive depending on the specific product


Resistant to ice and freezing

Neolith® is not damaged by low temperatures

Resistant to UV Rays

Since the color is 100% natural, it does not deteriorate due to exposure to the sun or extreme temperatures

Resistant to bending

A high modulus of rupture. Resistant to high pressure and weight loads.


Waterproof and liquid-resistant. With an absorption level near zero.

Resistant to high temperatures

Does not burn in contact with fire or let off smoke or toxic substances


The 3 mm slab is only 7 kg/m² and the 12 mm slab, 30 kg/m².


Does not release harmful substances. Completely suitable for contact with food.

Suitable for High Traffic

Due to the hardness of the surface.

100% Recyclable

Up to 52% of any Neolith board is comprised of recycled raw materials.

Easy to clean

Resistant to chemical cleaning agents.

100% Natural

Resin-free. Does not release any harmful substance into the environment.


Merryn David


March 18, 2022





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