Swatch Group and Audemars Piguet collaborate to develop Nivachron balance springs

Swatch Group and Audemars Piguet collaborate to develop Nivachron balance springs

Swatch Group, in a joint effort with Audemars Piguet, has built up another non-attractive compensating composite called Nivachron that will be utilized for a creative offset spring with uncommon paramagnetic qualities, stunningly better than those of silicon balance springs which Swatch Group likewise added to present in watchmaking.

This complex amalgam was explicitly evolved with the point of improving the opposition of watch developments, and the equilibrium spring specifically, to attractive fields. The Nivachron brand name is claimed by Nivarox-FAR, a Swatch Group company and the main Swiss expert in the creation of wavering and escapement parts.

The new Nivachron balance spring ensures significant points of interest, remembering a critical decrease for the impact of the remaining impact of an attractive field on the running of a watch (a decrease by a factor of 10 to 20, contingent upon the type).

Made of a titanium base, this Swiss-made equilibrium spring is exceptionally compelling against temperature varieties experienced in wearing conditions. Likewise, it offers amazing stun obstruction. Eventually, these focal points bring about a critical improvement in chronometric execution.

Attractive fields, which are inescapable in our current circumstance, seriously disturb mechanical watch developments. They influence a watch’s activity and its exhibition and can even, sometimes, stop it completely.