TechDiamondTools Diamond Powder is a product distributed from California USA. It exceeds US standards for purity, size and uniformity. You can use diamond powder on metal surfaces as well as ceramic, glass, and other mineral products. In addition to polishing and sanding, diamond powder can clean the surfaces of any of these materials + semiconductors.
Synthetic diamond polishing powders are used for manufacturing suspensions, grinding and development tools, cutting disks, etc. The same commercial quality diamond powder is used by professional gem cutters around the world.
- Size: 50,000 – 400 Grit, 0-80 Micron
- Weight: 25 carat/5 g/0.176 oz
- Provides a good smooth finish.
- Extends working life of tool and assists in building sharper, stronger edge.
- Excellent cutting rates.
- Best use with the wool buffs or leather strops.
- Suitable for use on jewelry and gemstones, steel and hard metal, super hard materials.
- Recommended for polishing various metals, alloys, minerals, glass, ceramics, carbides, semiconductors.
- Polishing stone, marble, granite.
There are the following 13 different types of powders:
- 50,000 Grit, Mesh = 0-0.5 basic range size from 0 to 0,5 Microns – Final Polish
- 14,000 Grit, Mesh = 0-1 basic range size from 0 to 1 Microns – Final Polish
- 8,000 Grit, Mesh = 0-2 basic range size from 0 to 2 Microns – Mirror Finish
- 5,000 Grit, Mesh = 1.5-3 basic range size from 1.5 to 3 Microns – Mirror Finish
- 4,000 Grit, Mesh = 2-4 basic range size from 2 to 4 Microns – Mirror Finish
- 3,000 Grit, Mesh = 3-6 basic range size from 3 to 6 Microns – Fine Polish
- 2,000 Grit, Mesh = 4-8 basic range size from 4 to 8 Microns – Fine Polish
- 1,500 Grit, Mesh = 6-12 basic range size from 6 to 12 Microns – Pre Polish, Fine Lapping
- 1,200 Grit, Mesh = 12-20 basic range size from 12 to 20 Microns – Lapping Metals
- 1,050 Grit, Mesh = 14-18 basic range size from 10 to 16 Microns – Lapping Metals
- 800 Grit, Mesh = 12-22 basic range size from 12to 22 Microns – Stock Removal or Lapping Metals
- 600 Grit, Mesh = 22-36 basic range size from 22to 36 Microns – Stock Removal or Lapping Metals
- 500 Grit, Mesh = 36-54 basic range size from 36 to 54 Microns – Medium Fast Lapping
- 400 Grit, Mesh = 54-80 basic range size from 54 to 80 Microns – Medium Fast Lapping