The polycrystalline diamond (PCD) is a synthetic material created in 1953. The polycrystalline diamond is a mixture of diamond powder obtained through high pressure and high temperature processes. Polycrystallines are a mixture of sintered diamond particles and a trigger metallic agglutinative which behave like a single diamond.
The PCD is a hard, robust and durable material which is resistant to abrasion and a great thermal conductor, presented in segments or small plates.
It is useful for working with iron and:
1. Aluminium, brass, copper, bronze…
2. Platinum, ceramic.
3. Carbon, graphite, carbides.
4. Fibreglass, polyester, fibres, resin, glue…
The performance of polycrystalline diamonds is 100 higher than the performance of other types. Their precision, stoptime and duration make polycrystalline diamonds the best option for ideal and profitable results.
Their applications include:
• Oil and Gas sector.
• Manufacture of drill bits.
• Manufacture of lathe pieces.
• Manufacture of tools.
• Manufacture of cutting tools for quarries and natural stone.
1 September, 2017