The Versatile Properties of Lab Grown Diamond

As science rapidly advances, diamond and tech’s relationship evolves stronger by the day. Typically, one visualizes diamonds as the ultimate piece of luxury, but the actual functionality of the element is far more than just its looks. There is a reason why tech industries are starting to entertain the idea of diamond becoming the next super-material. Ultimately, it will become exactly that and even more. Now with the possibility of laboratory-grown diamonds, the dream is no longer just a dream; some say that there will be a time when we will use this super-material for mass production manufacturing – of prisms, lasers, lenses, precision cutters, and much more. We say the time is now.


We provide made-to-order Lab Grown Diamonds for industrial purposes. Via its global network of Diamond manufacturing Laboratories, tailor-made Diamonds can be mass produced for cost-efficient industrial-scale use. Used cases include semi-conductor manufacturing, data storage hardware and precision medical/optical instrumentation, all of which use Lab Grown Diamonds in their products today. 


We are able to produce large lab-created diamonds (100 carats) in a consistent manner. Which were previously considered impossible. This opens doors for developers of high-end industrial machines. For further information, please contact us at

With the drive to increase power densities, device thermal management is an ever increasing concern. Lab grown diamonds lowers device temperatures, improves reliability and expands performance capability.


– Lab grown diamonds reduces thermal gradients near the device, making heat sinks more efficient and allowing higher power devices to be used without increasing the system size.


–  In semiconductor sub-systems lab grown diamonds lowers enables the management of higher levels of power within the existing module footprint. In effect, shrinking the size of the module for a given power requirement.


–  In a sub-system of a Digital Optical Network architecture - the Photonic Integrated Circuit - lab grown diamonds significantly enables increased data transmission rates. 

Due to the highest structural quality lab grown diamonds are the best material to manufacture elements of X-ray optics (prisms, lenses, monochromators, and splitters) for the third and fourth X-ray sources generators in synchrotron factories.


Lab grown diamonds delivers outstanding technical benefits in high power laser optics.
No other material comes close to the performance of lab grown diamonds. For instance, with diamond there is no need to compensate for thermal lensing, in contrast to zinc selenide.


Lab grown diamonds never needs to be replaced, which ensures consistent device productivity and uninterrupted function of the application. Thermal absorption is low. Maintenance and downtime are eliminated.


Lab grown diamonds optics provide the lowest cost of ownership and best performance/cost ratio of any optical material used under high power conditions and has a broad transmission spectrum.

Lab grown diamonds electrodes can be used for the treatment of industrial wastewater and landfill leachates which are difficult or impossible to treat by conventional means. This is a green technology because it requires no chemical additives.


The production of ozone by electrolysis can be made more efficient and economical with the use of long lasting synthetic diamond electrodes.


Ozone is a powerful oxidant used in many industrial and consumer processes, from disinfecting hospital laundry and sanitizing swimming pools to removing yeast and bacteria from fruit, bleaching fabrics and eliminating waterborne parasites.

Substrates and elements are the ultimate choice for developing high-power and high-frequency electronics (Schottky diodes, p-i-n diodes, lateral MOSFET devices), radiation detectors, field and thermionic emitters for power converters, Raman lasers, nanostructures for quantum sensors, and quantum communication.


Lab grown diamonds reveals unique properties of diamond-based structures with other wide bandgap and ultra wide bandgap semiconductors, such as GaN, AlN, and cBN.


In conjunction is developing a range of lab grown diamonds enabled capabilities in the area of electrochemical sensing for environmental and biomedical applications.


Lab grown diamonds has the potential to transform electrochemical sensing by increasing speed and sensitivity. All the unique properties of synthetic diamond; conductivity, purity, light transmission and resistance to hostile environments can contribute to greatly enhanced performance in this field.

Lab grown diamonds is not only regarded as the hardest material known to man, it is also the ultimate engineering material with multiple dimensions of extreme performance in the most challenging conditions.


Synthetic diamond as a component material can significantly lower the operating temperature of a device or process, and that enables longerapplication life or higher application performance, through increased operating cycles in a given period. This
is due to its exceptional thermal conductivity. 

The extraordinary properties and advantages of synthetic diamond are not confined to material science and industrial processes. They are enabling step changes in end-product performance.


These changes have the potential to benefit society with improvements in sanitation and healthcare, scientific discovery, communications, the environment and the consumer digital experience.


Wherever engineering materials impede technological progress, lab grown diamonds may be able to improve it.

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