Neolith Phedra is one of the world’s toughest collections for a kitchen worktop. Neolith Phedra is part of the Fusion collection. The grey background is layered with faded white veins running throughout the stone, this delivers the Neolith Phedra with a design that carries out a modern and stylish look it also has a matte finish. The Neolith Phedra stone has a contemporary look to it, this offers freshness in modern environments, this therefore has an immense impact as modern kitchens are presently in high demand all across the globe. Neolith Phedra comes in a satin finish.
The different assets of Neolith Phedra consist of:
Neolith Phedra does not burn. Neolith Phedra is unaffected by high temperatures; which means one could put their hot appliances straight onto the work surface.
Neolith Phedra is resilient to sunlight. Often man-made stones will discolour with UV Rays while Neolith Phedra will not.
Neolith Phedra is obtainable in 12mm thickness for worktops and 6mm for walls and floors.
It’s not just high temperatures that Neolith Phedra is unpretentious to but also low temperatures.
The most favoured property of Neolith Phedra is that it is scratch resilient due to the sturdiness of its foundation.
The work surface is non-porous and also water proof, this declares that if a liquid is left for long periods on its surface, there will not be a stain like there would be on natural stones like granite or marble.
You can clean Neolith Phedra with everything chemical cleaning agent. This stone is 100% stain proof and really suitable for contact with all food groups.
The whole Neolith classtone collection is fully resilient to bending and can take high pressure and weight loads.
The formation of the stone has no resin and is made up of about 50% recycled materials.
We are able to manufacture Neolith Phedra in any sizes fit for kitchen worktops, the longest run in one piece would be 3.2 metres with a width of 1.5 metres.