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CULTIVATING WITH LOVE
We are new age farmers cultivating high quality better diamonds that set global quality benchmarks, while nurturing people and the planet.
GROWING
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WHAT ARE CULTIVATED DIAMONDS?

Cultivated diamonds are better diamonds grown on the earth by imitating the microcosm of the conditions below the earth. This process is called CVD or “Chemical Vapour Deposition”. 

They share the exact growth process and chemical composition of mined diamonds. Because of the advanced technology used to make cultivated diamonds, they are of higher quality and more sustainable than their traditional counterparts. 

They indeed are Better Diamonds! 

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CVD PROCESS

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SOWING THE SEED

A diamond seed is sown and placed in a plasma reactor.

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NURTURING GROWTH

Like the earth’s crust and mantle, the plasma reactor creates an environment of intense temperature and pressure with infused gases.

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HARVESTING

A few hundered hours of exposure in the plasma reactor nurtures the seed into rough diamonds. These are then taken out for further processing.

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THEIR IMPACT ON NATURE
Cultivated diamonds are grown in about 6 weeks, but their mined counterparts may take several million years to form under the surface of the earth. It is impossible to differentiate mined from cultivated diamonds because they have the exact chemical makeup. 

The process of growing diamonds on earth is a microcosm of the conditions below the earth.
PER CARAT
EARTH MINED
CULTIVATED
Mineral waste
2386 Kg
0.5 Kg
CO2 Emissions
57,000g
0.028 gms
Water usage
127 gallons
18 gallons
Jewelry quality
Around 20%
Almost 100%
Price
60-70% less
expensive
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WE ARE SCALING UP OUR FACILTIES NOT JUST FOR
MORE PRODUCTION, BUT FOR 0 EMISSIONS

SOLAR PLANT IN

90 ACRE LAND

PRODUCES

25 MW ENERGY

GREENLAB

Greenlab believes in adding value to its customer, and therefore it’s constantly expanding
its base and  knowledge in product offering and quality standards.