The global Industrial Diamond market is forecast to reach USD 2.30 Billion by 2027, according to a new report by Reports and Data.
Diamond has the highest thermal conductivity and is used in industrial applications such as drilling, cutting, and polishing. Industrial diamond has a variety of properties, including clean operation and high material removal rates. They can be natural or synthetic. Industrial diamonds can withstand extreme pressure and provide seamless finishing after cutting, making them useful in the transportation, construction, and electronics industries, among others.
The market is being driven by rising demand for grinding, cutting, and polishing. The rise in demand for industrial diamonds is being fueled by an increase in demand for construction, automotive, and electronics. The development of new infrastructure, combined with highway repair and increased automobile production, is boosting market demand. Economic conditions have an impact on global demand. The market’s overall revenue suffers as a result of volatile prices. The availability of less expensive substitutes threatens market growth. Continuous research and development activities to reduce the cost of production and increase application scope for the market are providing ample growth opportunities.
ALROSA, De Beers, Applied Diamond Inc., Morgan Advanced Materials, Industrial Diamond Laboratories, Inc., Scio Diamond Technology Corporation, Industrial Abrasives Ltd., ILJIN Diamond Co., Ltd., Invidia, and IDC (Holdings) Ltd.
The high demand for abrasives for grinding, polishing, and cutting drives the global industrial diamond industry. Infrastructure development and increased automobile production are further fueling the industry’s growth. The availability of cheaper substitutes may impede the industry’s growth; however, research to reduce production costs and expand the scope of its application is creating growth opportunities for the global industrial diamond market.
- The artificial diamond market in Europe and North America is expanding as a result of technological advances in artificial diamond manufacturing. Because of their unique properties, they are in high demand in the industrial sector.
- Natural diamond prices are volatile due to supply and demand uncertainty. However, there are no production constraints associated with laboratory-grown products. As a result, major manufacturers are concentrating their efforts on the development of laboratory-grown counterparts for jewelry applications.
- Because of rapid growth in electronics manufacturing in countries such as China, India, and Japan, the Asia-Pacific region has dominated the global industry for synthetic diamonds.
- Industrial diamonds are those designed for use in industry, primarily as a cutting or abrasive tool.
Type Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2017-2027)
- Natural Industrial Diamond
- Synthetic Industrial Diamond
End-Use Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2017-2027)
- Transportation System
- Machinery Manufacturing
- Mining Services (drilling)
Distribution Channel Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2017-2027)
Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2017-2027)
- North America
- the U.S
- the U.K
- the Asia Pacific
- Latin America
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