Dharmanandan To Launch Synthetic Diamond Detection Machine
Given the recent reports of undisclosed synthetic diamonds being mixed with natural diamonds, Dharmanandan Research Centre (DRC) is set to introduce D-Secure, a synthetic diamond identifier.
Formed in 2006, DRC has been working towards introducing new innovations in diamond and jewellery manufacturing. “After deep research and several years of hard work, our technical team at DRC has developed this device to counter the rising problem of adulteration by man-made diamonds in business,” said Vipul Sutariya, director, DRC.
The device recognizes synthetic diamonds in all shapes and sizes ranging from 0.003 carat to 10 carats. D-Secure is capable of identifying polished as well as rough synthetic diamonds. It can also test and verify diamonds already mounted on jewellery.
“The purpose of this development is to uphold consumer confidence as well as identify undisclosed synthetic diamonds in a cost-effective manner,” added Sutariya.