What makes you super isNova

Excellent companies need excellent development partners — for products that already exist and those that are yet to come. With our pioneering spirit and adaptability, Nova Swiss develops future-proof solutions for your products. The future is new — the future is nova. Join us on our journey into the future.

Complex like a coral

Components for marine diesel oil and gas engines

Nature is able to create highly complex tube systems. Coral reefs are home to an endless variety of shapes. Inspired by this natural role model, Nova Swiss Engine Components also produce complex-shaped components for marine diesel oil and gas engines in unsurpassed, long-lasting quality.

Engine Components

Powerful, just like nature

High-Pressure Technology

High pressure is also present in nature. For example, snapping shrimps use their claws to create a cavitation bubble with enormous pressure. They use this "water shock" to stun their prey. The high-pressure technology developed by Nova Swiss is every bit as effective as these natural tools.

Snapping Shrimp

As multifaceted as diatoms

Surface Technology

With their multi-layered structure, diatoms are the true godfathers of Nova Swiss Surface Technology. They consist largely of silicon, an important material in future technologies and a key component of technical ceramics. Our metallic and ceramic coatings reliably protect components against wear and corrosion.

Surface Technology

Research & Development

Like evolution, research and development is a continuous process of change. The ability to adapt to current situations and pursue new approaches is what makes a company future-proof. We create the foundation for new and optimized Nova Swiss products by continuously expanding our expertise. In addition to complex calculations, our ongoing tasks include the assessment of suitable materials and manufacturing processes.

News

Additive manufacturing for future mobility

Nova Werke AG  partnered with inspire and ETH Zurich to develop a new generation of high-pressure valves for hydrogen fuelling stations. Incorporating intelligence into the valve will enable future IoT and industry 4.0 networks.

World Innovation: Solenoid Valve NC

The world's smallest 1'000 bar high-pressure gas valve.

Nova Swiss at the EHPRG Meeting 2019 in Prague

The 57th EHPRG Meeting on High Pressure Science and Technology will take place in Prague from September 1 to September 6, 2019.

Nova Swiss Technology tours the world

The Energy Observer is sailing around the world since summer. The catamaran is powered by solar/wind energy and hydrogen. The goal of its six-year journey is to provide new information on renewable energy sources and also to demonstrate the potential of sustainable technology.