industrial diamond


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industrial diamond

[in′dəs·trē·əl ′dī·mənd]
(mineralogy)
Diamond that is too hard or too radial-grained to be used for jewel cutting.
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According to a report, " Industrial Diamond Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Type (Synthetic, Natural), By Application (Construction, Electronics, Transportation), By Region (MEA, APAC, North America), And Segment Forecasts, 2019 - 2025 ", published by Grand View Research, Inc.,The global industrial diamond market size is expected to reach USD 2.19 billion by 2025 registering a CAGR of 2.9%, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc.
Caption: Exploration core drilling is just one end-use for industrial diamonds. Natural stones, while comprising around 70% of production, now account for only 1% of annual industrial diamond demand, with China by far the world's biggest producer of synthetics.
That's the advice of Patrick Seeber, group information manager at Element Six, formerly known as De Beers Industrial Diamonds, of Gauteng, South Africa.
DE BEERS CENTENARY AG PLED GUILTY in July and was sentenced to pay a $10 million criminal fine to resolve a longstanding indictment for conspiring to fix the price of industrial diamonds in the United States and elsewhere.
The company says industrial diamond cutting tools are effective for machining abrasive materials, high-volume production and automated equipment.
Created in South Africa by Anglo American mining magnate Sir Ernest Oppenheimer to find an application for the low-grade industrial diamond (boart) being mined in Zaire, Boart International - the mining supply arm of the newly-named Boart Longyear group - emerged as a dominant player in the South African mining supply industry soon after its formation in 1936.
Industrial Diamond Gulf Maritimes 01/02/19 Not Sched
It also came to dominate industrial diamond production and marketing.
Intertech 2003, the international conference dedicated to industrial solutions and productivity using industrial diamond, cubic boron nitride, CVD diamond, polycrystallines and related ultra-hard materials, will be held July 28-August 1, at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, Vancouver B.C.
The use of Industrial Diamond Cutting Tools has proven to be an exceptionally cost effective choice for abrasive materials, high volume production and automated equipment.
Foreign private investment is limited to minority shareholding in the industrial diamond mining operations at Mbujimayi and the decreasing tin-tungsten operations.
Recently, Kelley worked as CEO of Scio Diamond Technology Corporation, an industrial diamond technology firm in Greenville, S.C., and a senior advisor to Advanced Technology Investment Company, the Abu Dhabi-sponsored investment firm that owns GlobalFoundries, a full-service semiconductor foundry in Malta, N.Y.

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