Near-zero porosity: With a porosity of less than 0.08%, Neolith prevents absorption of liquids, meaning it is a hygienic product that is resistant to bacteria that accumulate on the surface, in seams and joints, and can cause disease and allergies.
Less raw materials = less erosion: Neolith boards are made of less raw materials than other product categories because of the thinness meaning it reduces the erosion of the soil where they are found.
Lower CO2 emissions: A thin board means a lighter slab. With Neolith, it's possible to transport more than double the surface quantity than it is for thicker products like marble, granite and quartz. The lower weight and thinness of the load means more efficient transport, thereby considerably reducing our CO2 emissions.
Optimized energy consumption: The high resistance of Neolith to extremely high and low temperatures means it is ideal for ventilated façades. The thermal insulation and ventilation between a Neolith façade and the very building considerably optimizes the building's energy consumption (up to 40%).