|Minimum Order Quantity||500000 Carat|
|Grade Standard||Technical Grade|
|Packaging Type||zipper bag|
|Packaging Size||5000 carets|
|Color||white and grey|
0 - 0.25 Micron to 60 - 80 micron size available
Very fine particles in blocky shapes with sharp edges
High toughness index
Stable up to 1100 C, It absorbs high thermal shocks.
Fine Size - For polishing ultra hard material, Medium Size - For rough polishing ultra hard material, Coarse Size - For grinding ultra hard material.
Diamond dust is also used both as an industrial polish and a preventative. As a high-quality abrasive, it can be used to polish other surfaces to a nice shine. On the other hand, it is also used in industrial abrasion-resistant coatings.
It is no surprise that the only thing that can cut a diamond is another diamond. As a result, saws used to cut other diamonds, called scaifs, have diamond dust on their cutting surfaces.
Another use is in the beauty market. Nail files that are made with it are considered to be premium files that stay sharp and last for a long time. They are generally made of steel and then coated with diamond dust particles. The dust is also added to some brands of nail polish and nail treatments to resist chipping of the enamel and to strengthen the nail.
Diamond dust has also gone high-tech. Makers of flat screen televisions are incorporating it in the TV's nanotechnology. Researchers have found that these microscopic diamond particles emit electrons at a lower voltage than any other known substance, which makes it possible to change the size and shape of the average television.
Still another use is the more obvious area of jewelry. Necklaces and earrings that feature industrial diamond dust encased behind quartz crystals is just one way the dust can be used.