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ALROSA Diamond Inspector Now Available

Three optical methods help identify fake diamonds.

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Alrosa Diamond Inspector now available
Alrosa Diamond Inspector

(PRESS RELEASE) ALROSA Diamond Inspector (ADI) uses three discrete optical methods to identify fake and lab-grown stones, and is now available for purchase by jewelry retailers and private buyers.

According to GfK research, 63 percent of consumers are interested in a diamond’s origin. ADI’s three optical methods of diamond analysis allow for the identification of diamonds both inside a jewelry piece or as a solitaire stone.

Thanks to its light weight of around six pounds and affordable cost, at less than $6,000, ADI is easy to use while traveling on business trips and while showing diamonds to customers at a store.

ADI is often more accurate than heavy and expensive lab equipment. The device has already demonstrated excellent results at the independent lab of ASSURE Program by Diamond Producers Association.

According to the results of this testing, the ALROSA Diamond Inspector was the only device that was one hundred percent accurate in detecting non-diamond imitations.

ALROSA’s inspector detects colorless polished diamonds, natural diamonds, man-treated natural diamonds, and non-diamond imitations, such as cubic zirconia, rock-crystal, amethyst, and other stones. It also helps identify whether a presented crystal is a diamond or not, whether it’s natural or lab-grown, and whether the diamond has been treated.

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