Nova Formworks

Vikas Mittal, Managing Director
Vikas Mittal, Managing Director

“We see a lot of construction projects coming up in the next 5 years, as many infrastructure projects have come up and many are in the pipeline. These include industrial projects, low cost housing projects, and public utility projects. We are continuously making changes and improvements as we move ahead. We are developing various other products for the construction companies, which help in reducing labor, improve efficiency, ensure quality control, and save cost.”

Since it is easier to fabricate in aluminium than in plastic, we have introduced a combination of both.

Nova Formworks
Nova Formworks is the first and only plastic formwork manufacturer in the organized sector producing plastic formwork, aluminium formwork, and a combination of both in India since 2011. Products are being supplied to contractors like Shapoorji Pallonji, Larsen & Toubro, JMC, Ahluwalia Contracts India, M-far, Modern Constructions, MV Omni, BL Kashyap, Tata Projects, Bharat City, Rapid Constructions, Tata Housing, lnt Power, and many more.

Nova formwork is very sturdy and can be re-used more than 200 times.

Nova formwork comes with an embedded stiffener, which enhances the load taking capacity. A standard product can take concrete vertical loads up to 6 tons/sqm, which can be increased as per the requirement.

Made of high resistant plastic, the formwork panels can be used with ease for making reinforced concrete column, walls, lift walls, shear walls etc. They have been designed to fit in such a way that there is no gap and they come in various sizes for making all size of walls with no gaps in between. We fix the modular panels as per the structure of the whole floor, including fixing window frames and door frames and laying the electrical pipes in situ.

Nova formwork is being used in all kind of projects such as housing, commercial, high-rise, low cost housing, roads, box culverts, under bridges, retaining walls, railways, stich concrete, smart city drain formwork, and even for precast dust bins and other precast molds.

We have replaced wood and steel formworks in many sectors.

The aluminium and aluminium-plastic formworks are mainly used for monolithic construction projects as there are a lot of sizes that we need to fabricate for making the monolithic structure. The advantages are that clients save a lot of time on delivery, which is shorter than for aluminium formwork. We have even replaced wood and steel formworks in many sectors.

Nova Formworks

Our wide range of formwork panels can be used with ease; they give a very good surface finish; and save a lot of time. These formworks can be used to replace brick walls in construction of buildings, which has become very time-consuming and labor-intensive.

NBM&CW December 2018

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