Diamond Paste is a unique polishing solution designed to deliver superior results. It can help you achieve a smooth and flawless surface finish while working with tough materials like tungsten carbide or hardened steels. Moreover, it’s engineered to withstand high temperatures and pressure without deteriorating.

We carry a variety of diamond pastes, each with different micron sizes and packaging options. For example, our X-L2(S) is an excellent choice for aluminum polishing as it offers swift material removal, while also exhibiting exceptional thermal stability and maintaining its suspension properties under high operating conditions. The X-L2(S) is available in convenient 20g syringes and comes in a wide range of micron sizes, from 1 to 45.

Aside from being a great solution for a wide range of applications, diamond paste is easy to use and requires minimal cleanup. The diamonds in these compounds are firmly suspended in a mineral oil base, making them water-soluble and minimizing the risk of residue buildup.

This makes it simple to wipe away any excess and get back to work with a clean surface. In addition, this type of polishing compound does not require the use of water-based lubricants or extenders, which are known to emit volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) and pose risks to health and the environment.

For those who need to polish extremely hard materials and require the highest degree of precision, we offer a range of oil-based products. These include our Mono- and Polycrystalline Diamond Compounds. These are available in a wide range of micron grades and are packaged in disposable syringes for use with our polishing pads, discs, buffs, phenolic burs, or SUVA’s exclusive hardwood polishing burs. These compounds are color coded and can be easily identified by size.

These compounds are made from sharp mono-crystalline synthetic diamonds in a mineral and vegetable oil based carrier compound. They are suitable for a wide variety of polishing and cleaning applications including metals, alloys, glass, ceramics, semiconductors, and other hard materials. They are also ideal for polishing metallographic and petrographic samples. They are available in a wide variety of micron grades and are packaged in a variety of dispensing formats, including syringes and applikator sticks.

Unlike traditional polishing compounds, the Kemet OS Diamond Compound is designed specifically to cater to the needs of individuals working with resilient materials such as tungsten carbide and hardened steels. This game-changing solution has been expertly formulated to elevate your performance and unlock new realms of possibilities in the field of manufacturing.

Aside from delivering outstanding outcomes, Kemet OS can be applied to a variety of surfaces, including stainless steel, glass, and other mineral materials. It is also the ideal solution for working with DLC and other wear-resistant coatings. Its unique formulation combines mono-crystalline and polycrystalline diamond particles, which provide unmatched efficacy when polishing resilient materials. As such, it can significantly reduce the time required for polishing and improve the quality of resulting components.