Dhar­manan­dan To Launch Syn­thetic Di­a­mond De­tec­tion Ma­chine

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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.

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