Diamond has been one of the highest-valued substances since the 1800s. The material is not only used for luxurious jewelry, but also in many high-tech applications in optics, telecom and energy. However, the mineral is scarce and difficult to extract. Only a small percentage of naturally occurring diamonds can be used for industrial or technological purposes – making resource scarcity an important challenge.
But why not lend nature a helping hand? That’s where Heyaru comes into the picture. The company has mastered the skill of lab-grown diamond making. The firm’s diamonds are created in a controlled environment through a technological process that compresses carbon-containing gas to form the ultimate diamond. Virtually indistinguishable from natural diamonds and meeting the highest quality standards, Heyaru Engineering’s diamonds can be applied in electrical switching and potentially even in quantum technology.