End-user health and wellbeing are of utmost importance to architects and designers all over the world, especially when it comes to designing any type of healthcare facility.
The construction materials used in healthcare must meet the highest quality standards and have unique health and hygiene characteristics. Therefore, choosing safe, robust and hard-wearing surfacing material is vital to protecting the health and wellbeing of everyone who comes into contact with it. That’s why it’s essential to choose resistant and non-porous, impermeable, and washable materials that can be kept perfectly clean and hygienic.
Neolith® offers all of these features as it is constantly investing in R&D&i to be positioned as the best surfacing material on the market, irrespective of the application or context of use.
The composition and special manufacturing process make it resistant to bleach, alcohol, and other commonly used disinfectants since it’s a non-porous surface that allows for intensive use. Additionally, the large slab format reduces the number of seams which eliminates all of the places where harmful bacteria can live and grow.
For all of these reasons, Neolith® is the ideal surfacing material for use on indoor and outdoor walls, flooring, and work tables in outpatient care facilities, doctor’s offices, hospitals, and even surgery rooms where the atmosphere must be particularly aseptic and free of germs.
More information can be found at https://www.neolith.com/en/neolith-en-las-instalaciones-sanitarias-2/ or www.neolith.com