Industrial Diamond


  • Synthetic diamonds belong to the category of diamond and are a material with particularly high hardness. It is mainly used in industrial applications and suitable for metal and alloy materials, high-hard and brittle materials, composite materials, soft and tough materials, etc. At the same time, as an important functional material, it can be applied in high-tech fields such as electronics and electrical appliances, equipment manufacturing, aerospace, defense industry, medical testing, etc. Natural diamond is an irreplaceable resource with limited energy storage and cannot be widely used in the industrial field. Industrial diamond (synthetic diamond) has a wide application field and large market demand. It can be used as a high-tech material and has a broad application space in industrial fields such as semiconductors, optics, quantum technology, etc. The precision processing field of the automotive industry has widely used synthetic diamond tools. High-end diamond tools can meet the extreme technical requirements of boring and grinding processes in the manufacturing process of automobiles and their parts. At the same time, diamond powder and its products can provide high-quality precision surface treatment for metals, ceramics and brittle materials.


  • Due to its inherent properties, diamond is considered to be the most optimal semiconductor material, far outmatching the capabilities of silicon, the industry-standard material for more than 60 years.
  • Diamond-based semiconductors use less energy more efficiently while delivering better performance. They are also more environmentally friendly than silicon and improve thermal performance within a device.
  • The rapid development of the third generation of semiconductors has driven the continuous growth of diamond powder demand. There is great potential in the functional application areas of industrial diamonds, and it is expected to become the fourth generation of semiconductor materials.


  • Diamonds have been shown to have superior carrier mobility, breakdown electric field and thermal conductivity, the most important properties to power electronic devices.


  • Due to its unique mechanical, chemical, optical and biocompatible properties, diamond can be used in various medical applications.
  • Significant research progress has been made in the use of diamond to enhance biological sensing applications (such as magnetic resonance imaging of the brain).