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Diamond firms develops ventilator operable from 10m distance

Posted on October 7th, 2020

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Surat: After adorning the women across the world with the sparkling diamonds, diamantaires in the world’s largest diamond cutting and polishing centre in Surat will now save the lives of the critical Covid-19 patients.

One of the world’s leading diamond companies, Dharmanandan Diamonds Private Limited through its research and development (R&D) companies—DRC Techno and InnovSeed— has invented turbine technology-based compact ventilator with features at par with global specifications under the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The ventilator has been certified by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and it will be supplied to the hospitals in Gujarat, Kerala, Maharashtra and Delhi starting August.

Vipul Sutariya, director of Dharmanandan Diamonds said, “It took five months for us to develop the low-cost ventilator with all advance features available in any imported ventilators. This ventilator has been developed under the supervision of medical experts.”

About the key features, Sutariya said that the 8.1 inch monitor on the ventilator is detachable and the doctors can operate the ventilator from a distance of 10 meters. Also, it has a mobile application that can sent data on patient’s vitals to the doctor’s phone in real time.

Sutariya added, “We are getting inquiries from Kerala government, Pune and many private hospitals for the supply of the ventilators. Five units have been given in government hospitals in Gujarat for final review of the doctors over its functioning.”

The company has the capacity to manufacture 500 units per day which can be scaled to 2,000 units per day if required.

According to the company, the compact ventilator weighs about 3kg and costs Rs 2.50 lakh.

Key features

  • Detachable screen to operate the ventilator from a distance of 10m from the patient
  • Mobile application provides real-time data of patient on doctor’s mobile phone
  • Mechanical safety for lung protection
  • Turbine technology to provide high flow delivery
  • No need for central gas for 21% oxygen supply
  • Three hours battery backup
  • Portability for using in ICU as well as ambulances

Subsidiary firms of diamond company in Surat develop low-cost ventilator

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Giving details of the newly-developed ventilator, Director of DRC Techno company Vipul Sutariya said, “Respiwin is a low-cost ventilator which has been developed by 15 engineers coming from different engineering fields working in InnovSeed and DRC

Dharmanandan Research Centre (DRC) Techno and InnovSeed company, subsidiary firms of Dharmanandan diamonds in Surat, manufactured a low-cost ventilator named Respiwin. DRC Techno is originally into manufacturing of machines used in the diamond industry including Lab grown diamond detection gadgets.

The ventilator, priced at Rs 2.5 lakh, was launched in the market on Wednesday.

Giving details of the newly-developed ventilator, Director of DRC Techno company Vipul Sutariya said, “Respiwin is a low-cost ventilator which has been developed by 15 engineers coming from different engineering fields working in InnovSeed and DRC. This products contains well-developed features with eight different modes for breathing required by patients. We have got the ventilator approved certificates by Electronics and Quality Development Centre (EQDC) in Gandhinagar and Calibration and Certification from Godrej & Boyce, Mumbai — both approved laboratories of NABL.”

Joint director of InnovSeed Mayur Chovatiya said, “The ventilator machine has wireless display which can be extended upto 10 meters. It can be operated without going near the patients. … This ventilator can use 21 per cent of oxygen from atmosphere and supply it to the patient… The ventilator is a battery-operated machine .”

Another director Rashmi Solanki said, “We have started working on the ventilator after first Covid-19 case was reported in Surat. Till now we have made three prototypes and this is fourth one, and we have taken help from the medical fraternity doctors while developing the machine. We have fulfilled all the criteria laid by government.”

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Surat’s company invents – low-cost, high-end ventilator in support of the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan

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ANI | Updated: Jul 16, 2020 15:22 IST

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Surat (Gujarat) [India] July 16 (ANI/News Wire India): Surat’s company developed a low-cost ventilator, which is high quality, after getting inspired by Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan. The ventilator has the same features as that in the ventilators which are made by other International companies.

Due to the ongoing corona pandemic, there have been various changes in the lifestyles as well as the thinking process of the people. This has also paved a way for new opportunities for some people.

Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi made an announcement for the people of the country to become Aatmanirbhar i.e. self-sufficient.

Taking inspiration from the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan and to tackle this difficult situation of coronavirus, Surat’s two companies-DRC Techno and InnovSeed, have developed a high-quality ventilator at a low cost, under Make in India.

“This ventilator is a very highly developed ventilator, developed at a low cost, which has all the features which an International companies’ ventilator possesses. We will continue to take on new innovations in the future as well so that the ventilators can be easily made available to the needy. We have got this ventilator certified from NABL approved labs. Our aim is to make the ventilators available to every small and big hospital in the country. We are also planning to develop other medical equipment under ‘Make in India‘,” said Vipul Sutariya – Director of the company.
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Subsidiary firms of diamond company in Surat develop low-cost ventilator

Posted on October 7th, 2020

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Giving details of the newly-developed ventilator, Director of DRC Techno company Vipul Sutariya said, “Respiwin is a low-cost ventilator which has been developed by 15 engineers coming from different engineering fields working in InnovSeed and DRC

By: Express News Service | Surat | July 2, 2020 5:56:13 am

Respiwin ventilator developed by DRC Techno and Innovseed company. (Express Photo)

Dharmanandan Research Centre (DRC) Techno and InnovSeed company, subsidiary firms of Dharmanandan diamonds in Surat, manufactured a low-cost ventilator named Respiwin. DRC Techno is originally into manufacturing of machines used in the diamond industry including Lab grown diamond detection gadgets.

The ventilator, priced at Rs 2.5 lakh, was launched in the market on Wednesday.

Giving details of the newly-developed ventilator, Director of DRC Techno company Vipul Sutariya said, “Respiwin is a low-cost ventilator which has been developed by 15 engineers coming from different engineering fields working in InnovSeed and DRC. This products contains well-developed features with eight different modes for breathing required by patients. We have got the ventilator approved certificates by Electronics and Quality Development Centre (EQDC) in Gandhinagar and Calibration and Certification from Godrej & Boyce, Mumbai — both approved laboratories of NABL.”

Joint director of InnovSeed Mayur Chovatiya said, “The ventilator machine has wireless display which can be extended upto 10 meters. It can be operated without going near the patients. … This ventilator can use 21 per cent of oxygen from atmosphere and supply it to the patient… The ventilator is a battery-operated machine .”

Another director Rashmi Solanki said, “We have started working on the ventilator after first Covid-19 case was reported in Surat. Till now we have made three prototypes and this is fourth one, and we have taken help from the medical fraternity doctors while developing the machine. We have fulfilled all the criteria laid by government.”

DRC Techno introduces three new automatic CVD /HPHT diamond detectors

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DRC Techno understood and realized the need of the hour to provide an uncomplicated solution to meet customer’s deep need of safeguarding their respective merchandise and brand image in the most convenient and cost-effective manner

By: Diamond World News Service|Jan 20 2020 12:41PM|Reference: 24706

For the first time in the history of lab-grown diamond detection industry, DRC Techno is proudly introducing three new revolutionary automatic (objective type) series of lab-grown (CVD/HPHT) diamond detectors with the equivalent capabilities of our most refined and automatic detector developed till date for high capacity analysis; The J Smart Pro.
Yes, you heard it right. No more ‘Maybe’, only ‘Yes’ or ‘No’.

Gone are the days of manual (subjective type) result interpretation, where the human judgement might lead to an error in interpreting the lab-grown diamond detection results. Followed by rigorous research, customer surveys and product/market fit; to identify the genuine pain points of all members in the natural diamond & diamond Jewellery supply chain. DRC Techno understood and realized the need of the hour to provide an uncomplicated solution to meet customer’s deep need of safeguarding their respective merchandise and brand image in the most convenient and cost-effective manner; because of the ever increasing global threat of the undisclosed lab-grown diamonds entering the natural diamonds supply chain.

Now, with the unmatched state of the art technology from DRC Techno, every lab-grown diamond (loose or mounted) can be detected accurately, at each stage of a diamond journey.

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DRC Techno launches ‘D-Secure’ to identify Lab grown diamond

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The innovative machine not only identifies Lab grown diamond but also identifies the Type IIa CVD diamonds.

By: Diamond World News Service|Sep 11 2015 6:45PM|Reference: 11915 

Lately Indian diamond industry has been grappling with the rising threat of Lab grown diamond (CVD and HPHT). Though, there has been constant research work going on to come up with innovative technologies to identify these type diamonds better, the identification process is still a laborious task. As CVD diamonds have same physical, chemical and optical properties as an earth-mined diamond, identification process becomes even more difficult. Also, the growing threat of CVD diamonds has led to customers losing interest in diamonds.

Dharmanandan Research Centre’s (DRC Techno) ‘D-Secure’ can prove to be a boon for the diamond industry as this wonder not only can identify Lab grown diamond in various sizes but also can detect Type IIa Lab grown diamond. D-Secure can recognise laboratorial diamonds both in polished as well as rough plus. It detects all sizes from 0.003 carats (+0000 sieve size) to 10 carats of colourless or near to colourless diamonds. Besides, detection of bigger than 10 carats is also possible with some mechanical add-ons. Apart from this, the machine can detect Lab grown diamond in studded jewellery as well.

Commenting on the launch Vipul Sutariya Director DRC Techno “After deep research & years of hard work of, technical team at DRC developed this device to counter rising problem of adulteration by man-made diamonds in business.”

The new instrument, unlike existing devices, is capable of identifying Lab grown diamond from a batch directly and hence saves significant time. Moreover, the results so pulled off are precise and require no further assessment. The process doesn’t take more than 50 seconds. However, identification time depends on the amount of goods being checked.

“D-Secure” is said to be the most accurate Lab grown diamond identifier till date. Not only this, the instrument would come at a cheaper price as compared to the expensive instruments available in the market. However, Vipul Sutariya refused to divulge the expected price of the instrument.

The instrument has already created quite a buzz in the industry and a number of diamond traders/brokers had queued up for the demo. Diamond World had a firsthand experience to witness the diamond identification process. The process is certainly faster and hassle free.

“Purpose of this development is to uphold consumer confidence and keep natural diamond business safe from dumping of artificial diamonds and finding those undisclosed Lab grown diamond in cost effective manner.” stated Sutariya.

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DRC Techno Creates Lab-Grown Diamond Detector

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Mumbai: Dharmanandan Research Centre (DRC) has introduced its new instrument to identify lab-grown diamonds. Called D-Secure, the device recognizes all shapes of lab-grown diamonds in sizes ranging from 0.003 carats to 10 carats.

“The technical team at DRC developed this device to counter the rising problem” of man-made diamonds in the diamond business, said DRC director Vipul Sutariya.

The new instrument, unlike existing devices, is capable of identifying Lab grown diamond directly from a batch, saving a significant amount of time.  The precision of the results require no further assessment. The unit can also recognize both rough and polished stones, and can test and verify pre-mounted jewelry.

“The purpose of this development is to uphold consumer confidence and keep natural diamond business safe from dumping of artificial diamonds and finding those undisclosed Lab grown diamond in cost-effective manner.”

DRC Techno Introduces Two New Lab-Grown Detectors

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September 12, 19 by IDEX Online Staff Reporter

(IDEX Online) – DRC Techno, a company focused on diamond identification technology, has added the J-Mini and the J-Detect 9000 to its growing inventory of lab-grown diamond technology.

The J-Mini is designed for over-the-counter use while J-Detect 9000 is made for larger applications. Both machines make identification conclusions based on a diamond’s phosphorescent and photoluminescent properties and identify lab-grown CVD and HPHT diamonds.

The company said its machines can now scan loose and mounted diamonds of any shape and color from D-K from 0.003 carats upwards.

DRC also announced major software upgrade for the J-Smart Pro, which scans both loose diamonds and up to 36 pieces of mounted jewelry at any one time.

“This is critical to our industry today,” said Vipul Sutariya, director of the company. “Our technology finds undisclosed lab grown diamonds at every stage of the diamond distribution pipeline from diamond companies and jewelry manufacturers to the finest retailers. We find them almost everywhere we test,” he said. 

New Lab-Grown Diamond Identification Technology from DRC Techno

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Devices offer different features and price points supplementing its internationally recognized J-Smart Pro machine.

Published 1 year ago on August 21, 2019

By INSTORE Staff

(PRESS RELEASE) SURAT, INDIA — DRC Techno, a company focused on diamond identification technology, announced the introduction of two new instruments designed to identify laboratory grown CVD and HTHP diamonds. Its new J-Mini and J-Detect 9000 devices offer different features and price points supplementing its internationally recognized J-Smart Pro machine.

DRC has recently discovered new and challenging CVD grown variations. Their new instruments and updates available to existing customers’ instruments are tuned for greater detection capabilities in the evolving marketplace.

“This is critical to our industry today,” said David Skuza the North American agent for the company. “Our technology finds undisclosed lab grown diamonds at every stage of the diamond distribution pipeline, from diamond companies and jewelry manufacturers to the finest retailers. We find them everywhere we test,” he said. Our sample database now has increased to hundreds of thousands of tested sample stones which helps us to analyze each stone that is scanned.”

They have more than 100 associates in their Surat, India offices for research, development, and production of their proprietary technology. With more than 800 installations in 28 countries, the company is dedicated to identification of undisclosed laboratory grown diamonds.

Their technology developments respond to the concerns of the jewelry industry in scanning loose diamonds or those mounted in jewelry from 0.003 carat of any shape with colors of D through K. Diamond verification is now essential at every level of production.

J-Mini is designed for over-the-counter ease of use, while J-Detect 9000 is for mid-sized applications. Both instruments are designed for the user to make identification conclusions based on phosphorescence and photoluminescent properties of diamonds.

J-Smart Pro scans loose and jewelry-set diamonds, up to 36 rings at once, pendants, earrings, bangle bracelets, or eternity rings. It is already utilized by leading retail jewelers, manufacturers of diamonds and jewelry, laboratories, and wholesalers. J-Smart Pro automatically surrounds identified lab-grown stones with flashing boxes for quick and easy identification.

“Our industry is built on trust,” Skuza said. “Every business at every level needs to protect themselves and their customers from undisclosed laboratory grown diamonds. Every diamond that is not identified accurately is a problem for the next person in the chain of custody. While no one is perfect, DRC Techno researchers work at improving every day plus we stand ready to assist our customers with 24-hour support.”

More information is available from DRC Techno at www.DRCTechno.com or by emailing USA@DRCTechno.com.

 

2 New Lab-Grown Diamond Detection Devices from DRC Techno

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DRC Techno is introducing two new lab-grown diamond detection devices at the Hong Kong jewelry trade show this week; pictured here is the J-Detect 9000.

SEPTEMBER 16, 2019

Surat, India— At the Hong Kong jewelry trade show, DRC Techno said it will introduce two devices designed to supplement its J-Smart Pro machine.

The J-Mini and J-Detect 9000 can both identify diamonds grown using the chemical-vapor deposition (CVD) or high-pressure, high-temperature process (HPHT), with the ability to scan loose or mounted goods, 0.003 carats and up and, primarily, in the D-K color range.

DRC Techno said both machines are designed for the user to make identification conclusions based on diamonds’ phosphorescent and photoluminescent properties.

The J-Mini (pictured below) is the smaller and less expensive of the two devices, and is designed for over-the-counter use with the independent jeweler in mind. It is priced at $6,499.

It is 165mm x 250 mm x 155 mm and weighs 6 kilograms (about 13 pounds).

The J-Detect 9000 is twice as big—315 mm x 275 mm x 380 mm and weighing 14 kilograms (about 31 pounds)—and more expensive, priced at $9,999. It’s made for testing greater volumes of product.

Also at the Hong Kong jewelry trade show, DRC Techno said it will announce a software upgrade to the J-Smart Pro, a $22,500 device used by diamond wholesalers, manufacturers, laboratories and large retailers.

“Our industry is built on trust,” Vipul Sutariya, DRC Techno director, said. “Every diamond that is not identified accurately is a problem for the next person in the chain of custody.”

More information is available at DRCTechno.com or by emailing info@DRCtechno.com.

The Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair is scheduled to begin Monday at the AsiaWorld-Expo and expand to the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre Wednesday.

DRC Techno is exhibiting in the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, booth #5F630.

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