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The diamond reactor

Innovative diamon reactor

Producing lab-grown diamond jewellery and diamond semiconductors.

Since the 1950s scientific progress have made it possible for mankind to reproduce diamonds with equal characteristics as natural diamonds. Its unique properties have put it to use for many applications from drilling to jewelry. Most widely used methods for diamond growth are Microwave Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition (MWPECVD), Hot Filament Chemical Vapour Deposition (HFCVD) and High-Pressure, High-Temperature (HPHT). Here MPCVD has the best potential to deliver high quality diamond and coating. But current technology has limitations. We are therefore working on developing a novel and innovative MWPCVD reactor which mitigates these limitations and unlocks the potential.

The range of applications for MWPCVD reactors are wide. We have selected lab grown diamonds as the first market. Parallel to this we are working on several novel diamond applications within electronics, life science, protective coatings, among others that can have large societal benefit and commercial potential.

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