We Invest in a Production of Synthetics Diamonds Carried out by UGPay Group
Diamond Van De K is an innovative project aimed at creating its own synthetic diamond production. The project is engaged in the development of innovations in the field of synthetic diamond cultivation on high-tech and unique equipment, using high quality carbon powder.
At the moment, the diamond jewelry market is over-saturated, which leads to a demand for high-quality and large-sized products. This request can only be satisfied by a diamond made in the laboratory.
At the Van De K plant, the diamonds are produced in three days, while the competitors' work takes hundreds of hours.
The partnership with Diamond Van De K is extremely useful: the cost-effective project is in great demand in the most advanced and ambitious projects in the high-tech materials market, from medical production to oil production. It is also ecologically ethical: the refusal of "blood" diamonds and the extraction from the kimberlite tube will leave our descendants an uncontaminated legacy in the bowels of the Earth.
Similar factories, with full technical equipment and workload, receive an income of over $ 1,000,000 per month. High rate of return on equipment and investments, due to the high demand for manufactured products and weak competition on a global scale.
Beginnings of the Synthetic Diamond Production
The first synthetic diamonds were produced in the early 1950s by researchers at the Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget laboratory in Stockholm, Sweden but they didn't immediately publish their work. Soon after, in 1954, General Electric’s researchers reported their successful diamond synthesis.
What are the main Synthetic Diamond Production methods?
There are two main methods of producing laboratory-grown diamonds:
HPHT - high pressure / high temperature process
CVD - chemical vapor deposition
Both methods are commonly used, but CVD is becoming increasingly popular for the production of gem quality synthetic diamonds for jewelry, while HPHT, and this is the case of Van De K, is most often used to create synthetic diamonds for industrial use.
Can You Distinguish a Natural Diamond from a Synthetic one?
Both HPHT and CVD methods produce diamonds with the same optical, physical and chemical properties as natural diamonds. However, these laboratory processes leave some telltale marks that experts can identify, but only on a very close inspection.
It is interesting though that the synthetic diamond production manufactures diamonds that are ten times more durable respect to natural ones what is a great plus for the industry usage.