HG Stones Unveils Groundbreaking Technical Porcelain Product Line-Neolith Estatuario


HG Stones officially unveils new Sintered Compact Surface called Neolith Estatuario.

New York – HG Stones officially unveils new Sintered Compact Surface called Neolith Estatuario. Unlike another product on the market in the United States, Neolith Estatuario has true resemblance of marble hues and veining complete with properties of Sintered Compact Surfaces such as durability, low maintenance and versatile applications.

Neolith Estatuario – A Closer Look

Neolith Estatuario is a cutting edge compact slab made entirely of sustainable raw materials such as silica, clay and mineral oxides. The groundbreaking digital decoration technology called Neolith Digital Design (NDD) allows for immaculate likeness to Calacatta marble. It is manufactured by The Size from Spain and was first presented to the US market at KBIS during the inaugural Design & Construction Week in February, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was previously featured in the Fall 2013 Bologna Cersaie ceramic fair in Italy. HG Stones is the sole distributor of Neolith in New York and New Jersey.

“Neolith’s Classtone color, Estatuario, is insanely beautiful and so lifelike that even close-up it’s difficult to tell it’s not real marble,” Arne Salvesen, CKD says of his experience with Neolith.

“All I Can Say About Neolith is WOW!!! … The beauty of the stone is very vivid in my mind. The Neolith had the depth that we know natural stone has. The durability was crazy. No etching, scratching, nonporous. I think I’ve finally found my forever countertop material.” – gardenweb.com

Aside from green content, Neolith Estatuario comes in 6 or 12 mm thickness and 126″ by 60″ slab size to ensure more efficient employment of kitchen countertops fabrication. Neolith is waterproof and easy to clean. Due to its resistance to wear and tear, fire and high temperatures, it is considered an ideal alternative to marble, granite and other natural stone for kitchens and bathrooms walls, floors or countertops. Due to its 100% non-absorbent properties and natural raw materials content, it does not give off any harmful substances, making it hygienic and safe for food contact. Neolith is resistant to scratches and abrasion. It can withstand UV rays from the sun and be used outdoors on facades. The product is highly respected by the Architects & Designers community due to its LEED certification.

Wide Array of Products from the Leader

Besides the new groundbreaking trend of Neolith Sintered Compact Surface slabs, HG Stones also caters numerous other products such as marble, granite, quartzite, soapstone, onyx, travertine, semi-precious Lucentezza, recycled glass Vetrazzo and Samsung’s Radianz quartz surfaces. With indoor slab yards in New York City and Long Island, and a showroom scheduled to open in Manhattan’s swanky Flatiron district in the Fall of 2014, the company’s offerings appeal to even the most discerning homeowners and designers.

About HG Stones

HG Stones is the name of choice among architects, designers, builders, contractors, fabricators and homeowners in the Tri-State area. Established in 1986, with its own quarries and processing facilities overseas, the company provides various high standard natural stone for more than 25 years. It is HG’s commitment to remain focused on helping each client to achieve success in every project by delivering a strong portfolio of surface solutions and unparalleled customer service. HG Stones is an affiliate of MIA (Marble Institute of America), AIA (American Institute of Architects), EWVIDCO (East Williamsburg Valley Industrial Development Corporation) and MBE (Minority Business Enterprise).

Hindustan Granites, Inc.
t (718) 383-6708
f (718) 383-6814
272 Johnson Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11206
http://hgstones.com/

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HG Stones officially unveils new Sintered Compact Surface called Neolith Estatuario.

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