Ceramic Diamond Simulants
The use of diamond simulants makes it possible for the management at mining sites, and particularly at diamond separation and recovery plants, to identify the stages in ore handling or subsequent processing, where stones may be trapped or damaged in order to take corrective action.
The financial benefits to the mine of eliminating and avoiding hang-up or damage are considerable.
Without the use of simulants, it would be virtually impossible to quantify accurately the losses attributable to avoidable diamond damage.
Diamond damage generally occurs most frequently at:
The simulants are available in a range of colours, i.e. white, red, blue & green and sizes 4mm, 6mm, 8mm, 12mm, 16mm, 20mm and 25mm. All simulants, except 4mm, have luminescence intensities above 8 Volt and can therefore be recovered by X-ray technology.
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