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Confidence in the diamond sector

By Jonathan Kendall* I have previously discussed how vital confidence is if you are to succeed at any and all stages of the diamond value chain, and to maintain confidence requires expertise, innovation and hard work. In the diamond sector, this has never been truer than it is today. Across …

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Why use a triple point of water?

Despite primary standards being expensive and complex to use, there is, however, an exception to that and it’s the Triple Point of Water Cell.   The fixed-points, sometimes called intrinsic standards, are used to define the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS-90). The most commonly used fixed-point is the Triple Point of …

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XRT technology recovers 1,758 carat diamond in Botswana

TOMRA Sorting Mining technologies have enabled Lucara’s diamond mine in Botswana to discover an unbroken 1,758 carat stone The diamond is the largest to be mined at Karowe to date, weighing close to 352 grams through the TOMRA XRT sensor technology. “As the largest diamond ever recovered by a mechanical …

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