De Beers Group Industry Services offers detection instruments that can readily screen out simulants, synthetics and treated stones.
Our instruments portfolio comprises a suite of products which, when used in combination, considerably reduce the number of stones that would otherwise need extensive time-consuming laboratory testing.
Through continued research, development and innovation, we strive to make our instruments more readily available to all members of the diamond pipeline.
This helps to protect consumer confidence in the diamond industry, while developing new screening and testing methods to reduce referral rates and increase throughput.
De Beers Group Services is very proud to be leader in innovation and technology. We are the only one with four diamond verification instruments which passed the ASSURE testing with outstanding results.
The ASSURE Program has developed a universal standard to test the performance of Diamond Verification Instruments in a consistent manner. A Diamond Verification Instrument is a device used to separate and/or identify diamonds from synthetic diamonds. In the trade, they are also known as synthetic diamond screening or detection devices.
The ASSURE Program delivers ongoing testing of Diamond Verification Instruments to ensure the trade is fully informed of the relative performance of the Diamond Verification Instruments in the market. The instruments are rigorously tested in a transparent manner against a unique common sample and standard.
More details are available https://diamondproducers.com/assure/
“ We are thrilled that our diamond verification instruments have Project Assure's seal of approval ”Jamie Clark - Commercial Director, De Beers Group Industry Services
SynthDetect is the latest addition to our range of De Beers Group Industry Services screening and detection instruments. It is specially designed for testing stones in mounted jewellery but can also be used to test loose stones.learn more
The SDXL base can replace the SynthDetect standard base and has the advantage of holding larger pieces of jewellery as well as multiple pieces - up to 85 rings - on its three axis (x,y,z) platform, which measures 210mm x 297mm (A4 size).learn more
The AMS2 (Automated Melee Screening) instrument from De Beers Group Industry Services represents a significant technological advance in the field of diamond melee screening.learn more
The DiamondSure compact screening device is designed to distinguish natural diamonds from synthetics and simulants.learn more
DiamondView looks at surface fluorescence by illuminating with shortwave ultra-violet light. An image is then viewed on a screen and a decision made on whether the stone is natural or synthetic.learn more