SKYLINE is the Neolith façade line which offers more efficient solutions for the most demanding of architectural projects. The largest Sintered Stone on the market, which enables a high yield for each piece and reduces completion times thanks to the large formats available.

  • RESISTANT TO HEAT

  • LIGHTWEIGHT

  • SCRATCH RESISTANT

  • RESISTANT TO BENDING

  • SUITABLE FOR HEAVY TRAFFIC

  • WATERPROOF

  • RESISTANT TO UV RAYS

  • RESISTANT TO ICE AND FREEZING

  • EASY TO CLEAN

  • HYGIENIC

  • 100% NATURAL

  • 100% RECYCLABLE

 
 
 
 
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HC System

Hidden system with longitudinal adhesion

This option, which was developed for Neolith tiling, is comprised of a hidden support system which uses a longitudinal elastic chemical adhesive with a vertical support featuring T- or L-profiles depending on whether the profiles coincide with the joints between the Neolith boards or reinforce the center of the joints and bear the support through retention or sustenance supports.

  • Distributes stress evenly without critical points where ruptures could begin.
  • Preventions a concentration of stress in the adhesion surface.
  • A hidden fixing system is created without affecting the appearance.
  • Prevents failure in the connection due to fatigue.
  • Prevents galvanic corrosion via electrical insulation and separates materials that could become damaged by this.
  • Reduces or eliminates the transfer of vibrations between materials in contact.
  • Enables the connection of different types of materials.
  • Improves the look of the joints.
 
 

 
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VM System

Visible mechanical fixing

This system is comprised of a self-supporting metal structure for ventilated façades designed to support ceramic tiling in different formats and thicknesses. It was developed for Neolith façades based on a visible mechanical fixing system comprised of supports, vertical T- or L-profiles and safety clamps to which the tiling is attached.

The vertical T- or L-profiles are levelled using supports or spacers. The complete levelling depends on whether the profiles coincide exactly with the joints between the boards, correcting possible deviations in the inner layer of the tiling façade.

The clamps used to support the structure described are situated on Neolith boards as well as in a grooved area where the adhesive is applied to provide the system with immense security.

 

 
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STRONGFIX System

Mixed hidden profile system

STRONGFIX is a longitudinal mixed (chemical and mechanical) hidden profile system which works due to the pressure created by the system in the rear of a Neolith board.

These tiles are industrially mechanized with a longitudinal profile on the upper and bottom parts. The STRONGFIX system enables central mechanizations on the back of a piece for cases where, due to the dimensions of a piece, they are required on the back of a tile with a double groove and a 45 degree angle (like a dovetail) where two aluminum profiles are inserted and fixed with MS adhesive putty to secure Neolith tiling.

These metal profiles create the mechanism for hanging tiles with added benefits as removing and replacing pieces with this system is very simple.