CVD Lab Grown

A promise for a safe environment

Why CVD ?

CVD Diamonds can be termed as a lost identical twin of natural diamonds. They have exact properties, shine, atomic structure, and looks but are a little more empathetic towards the environment and people. CVD diamond wafers give you the flexibility of creating a diamond of different shapes, sizes, colours, and numbers. Our expertise is the best in the field of diamonds123

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Ion inplatation
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Growth by plasma CVD
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Additional growth if needed

Final thickness from 0.05 to 2.5mm

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Lift off grown crystal from seed

Electro-chemical etching

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Cut by laser for required shape

CVD Diamonds:
Everything You Need to Know

CVD diamonds over natural diamonds

CVD Diamonds are atomically identical and are composed of pure crystalline carbon. They grow much faster as compared to natural diamonds. These lab-grown diamonds are accredited to the same standard of 4C's grading as natural diamonds, i.e., Cut, Color, Clarity, and Carat, and are ranked likewise. They comparatively are cost and time effective and saves mining and extraction costs making them human and environmentally kind.

CVD diamonds over other Lab-grown Diamonds

All CVD diamonds are lab-grown diamonds, but not all lab-grown diamonds are CVD diamonds. Synthetic diamonds come with different names today; HPHT, CVD, detonation synthesis, and ultrasound. Chemical Vapour Deposition is the most effective method to create these human-made diamonds. CVD diamonds, unlike other laboratory cultivated diamonds, are a more efficient method and have the exact composition of natural diamonds.

CVD diamonds and their Applications

CVD diamonds are a great replacement for natural diamonds. They are the best options in jewelry nowadays as it is ethically kind towards people and the environment. People want to keep their foundation of love not by harming anyone but by making the best from the technology. They are applicable in all kinds of jewelry of various shapes, sizes, and colours. Diamonds, no more a surprise, are the hardest materials, chemically inert, and have high thermal conductivity.



There have been replications in skills; however, the technology for growing actual diamonds in the laboratory is relatively new. Here are the answers to frequently asked questions about lab-grown diamonds.

Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) is a process used to develop lab grown CVD diamonds. Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is a vacuum deposition method used to produce high quality, high-performance, solid materials. The process is often used in the semiconductor industry to produce thin films. Chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is a technology used for forming solid powders in the gas phase or depositing films on substrates from precursors in the gas phase. Many precursors are liquids or solids under ordinary conditions, and they are first vaporized for use in CVD.