Utilizing its unique exclusive procedure, Centaurus Diamond Technologies Inc. (OTC – CTDT) is positioned to appear as the go-to manufacturer of artificial (cultured) gemstones for commercial and commercial use, according to Goldman Small Cap Research. Over the next 6 -12 months, the Company is scheduled to fully commercialize its cost-efficient, high-volume diamond manufacturing technological innovation. Centaurus Diamond Technologies Inc. is initially focusing on commercial clients seeking a cost-effective alternative to the purchase of expensive artificial or organic gemstones. Need for the very best, great quantity, low priced gemstones is especially strong in the semiconductor space, as many technological innovation applications are allowed primarily by gemstones.
Centaurus Diamond Technologies Inc. enables the development of grown gemstones that are chemical, atomically and structurally identical to organic gemstones. An example manufacturing run was individually tested by the Gemological Institution of America and results of the example verified that the item was jewelry according to its examining methods. By obtaining gemstones made using the its Magnatek Diamond Features procedure, Centaurus Diamond Technologies Inc.’ commercial diamond clients that use gemstones in tools for cutting, crushing, improving for use in the construction, electronic devices, and other sectors, can substantially low their capital expenses.
According to Visibility Industry Analysis, the international artificial diamond companies are approximated to develop from $15.7 billion dollars in 2014 (6.5 thousand carats) to an approximated $28.8 billion dollars in 2023 (12.4 thousand carats.) Today’s primary methods of producing artificial, or grown gemstones, are taken over by High Pressure and High Temperature (HPHT), and CVD (Chemical Steam Buildup.) However, these lab-grown approaches represent just a small fraction of the gemstones used in the commercial market due to relatively price and the ability to ‘grow” these gemstones on a extensive. On the other hand, Centaurus’ troublesome technological innovation is prepared to offer excellent, cost-effective grown gemstones for commercial use on a mass-produced basis, beginning in early 2017.
Diamonds are made of as well as and the more pure the as well as, the better for the manufacture of a grown item. Natural gemstones are a crystal, which grows strong subterranean, usually in closeness to volcanoes. The method in which gemstones are established is similar to other gems, but gemstones require tremendous temperatures and demands to develop in Nature. As a result, most gemstones come up from very strong within the earth, carried by the lava moves from volcanoes.
In contrast to excavated gemstones, artificial, or grown gemstones are made in a lab. According to Visibility Industry Analysis, the international artificial diamond companies are approximated to develop from $15.7 billion dollars in 2014 (6.5 thousand carats) to an approximated $28.8 billion dollars in 2023 (12.4 thousand carats.) The gemological and commercial uses of diamond have made a huge requirement for difficult rocks. This requirement from clients has been satisfied mainly by artificial gemstones, which have been made by various processes for more than 50 years. However, only in the past few years has it become possible to produce gem-quality artificial gemstones of significant manufacturing size.
Artificial gemstones are sorted by several types of item sections, such as bort, resolution, dirt, powdered, and rocks. Although rocks account for more than half of the item sections, bort is generally used in diamond tip routine pieces and as a low feed rough for improving. Grit and powdered are used in diamond crushing tires, saws, heavy-laden pieces and tools and as a low rough for improving. All of these products are respected based on their strength, resistibility towards warm and deterioration, and conductivity towards heat energy, which is particularly important in the semiconductor space.
A skinny piece of diamond can accept lines level currents. Diamond-based semiconductor gadgets have been shown to provide several periods the electrical current than those that are silicon-based. This allows handling speed and performance to increase without heating up and allow smaller sized and better gadgets. These are some the motorists behind the strong demand for gemstones in the semiconductor and related electronic devices sectors. In fact, market predictions recommend that sales to the partial market alone will increase from $4.7B in 2014 to $7.4B in 2023. (For more information, risks, and disclosures visit www.GoldmanResearch.com)