Monocrystalline Diamond Micron Powder
Monocrystalline diamond powder is used to make stone, glass, gemstone, silicon crystal or other polishing products that require high precision and brightness equipment.
Monocrystalline diamond powder is used to make stone, glass, gemstone, silicon crystal or other polishing products that require high precision and brightness equipment. Such as polishing liquid
Used to make metal wire making tools, such as drawing die, drawing core
The single crystal diamond powder is yellow or off-white powder with uniform particle size, high strength and low impurity content. Crystalline consistency is high, the basic grain is accurate, and it is not easy to produce scratches during grinding and polishing.
The single-crystal diamond powder has a large selection of diamonds as raw materials, and is manufactured through crushing, shaping, purification and drying.
Diamond fine powder is mainly used for fine grinding and polishing, so the control of particle size is especially important. Oversized coarse particles will cause scratches on the workpiece. Low-size fine particles will not reach the polishing results required by the customer. Therefore, the customer has precision polishing. In terms of demand, micropowder quality inspection is an important link to ensure the quality of micropowder products.
The detection of micropowder mainly uses laser diffraction method to measure the diameter of diamond micropowder. The commonly used instruments include Malvern Mastersizer 2000 laser particle size analyzer, Microtrac S3500 series robot particle size analyzer and X100 laser particle size analyzer.
Synthetic diamond is a carbon element transformed from ultra-high temperature and high pressure. Synthetic diamond has the same hardness as diamond, and it is widely used in industry.
Due to its high hardness and good wear resistance, diamond can be widely used for cutting, grinding and drilling. Diamond also has high thermal conductivity and good point insulation, and can be used as a heat sink for semiconductor devices. It also has excellent light transmission and Corrosion resistance is also widely used in the electronics industry.
FAQ & PRECAUTIONS：
The diamond powder should be stored in a dry environment to avoid the formation of clumps due to moisture in the powder. If the agglomeration of the fine powder will cause uneven mixing, bubbles or cracks will appear during heating and sintering, and defective products will appear.
If there is agglomeration, it is recommended to use low-temperature drying in blends.