Diore-Ultra-Ardeche

Sintered materials are formed by using heat, the basic process is very similar to firing pottery and ceramics by fusing natural minerals together at high temperature. This process has been used for over 25,000 years and developed further by adding pressure which results in a ulta compact ceramic material. When cooled you are left with an extremely hard wearing and durable worktop. So much so that they out perform anything else on the market.

Diore Ultra is formed from the purest and strongest natural elements fused together with no additives or binders so not only is it extremely tough, it is extremely kind to the environment. 100% natural and 100% recyclable.

Being formed in this way produces a surface that is thoroughly heat resistant. It can be heated and cooled at the same time. Heating elements can be attached to the underside so you can even cook through the material! This means you do not have to worry about placing a hot pan down on top of the work surface.

AsĀ  with all ceramic materials you can glaze them with consistency and colour enabling limitless design possibilities without compromise.

Diore Ultra is the product of the future giving you peace of mind in your worktop choice. Easy to clean, easy to maintain, impact and heat resistant with world class aesthetics. All this combined in a very special material that is not going to cost the earth.

UV Resistant

Neolith is highly resistant to ultra violet (UV) light and will not fade or degrade over time making it perfect for both indoor and outdoor applications

Durable

Neolith is one of the most durable worktops, with over 5 times the flexural strength of granite, Neolith has a high level of resistance to external aggression’s

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Heat Resistant

Neolith is heat resistant, so no need to worry about those hot pots and pans when you are cooking

Non-Porous

Bacteria and mould have nowhere to take root. When it looks clean, it really is clean

Easy to Clean

With a non-porous surface that prevents dirt and stains from penetrating the material. Most marks and stains stay on the surface and can easily be removed