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While small springs are used in electronic and medical devices, industrial springs are much larger, although their functions are essentially the same. Read More…

Industrial Springs Industrial springs are helically shaped, strong mechanical devices used as components of machines, equipment and vehicles.
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Lake Geneva, WI  |  262-249-7854

R&L Spring Company manufactures custom spring and wire formed components for industries such as powersports, automotive, medical devices, and general industrial. Products include compression, extension, and torsion springs, as well as rings, wire forms, fourslide components, and long coils. Wire diameters available from .001" to .750" in both shaped wires and flat stocks. Their experienced team is able to meet the most demanding parts specifications. IATF16949 and ISO9001 certified.

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Spring Grove, IL  |  815-675-1350

When it comes to springs, you'll find exactly what you are looking for with us! We have years of experience manufacturing high quality products from a variety of materials, in a variety of sizes and shapes. We strive to offer exactly what spring types and configurations our customers need with accuracy in quality and cost-effectiveness. Find out more by giving us a call today!

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All-Rite Spring Company $$$

Grand Rapids, MI  |  616-453-5463

Apex Spring & Stamping is a certified minority owned company that manufacturers springs, stampings, wire forms, clips, and fasteners. Our core industries include automotive, office furniture, medical, recreational, consumer goods, and appliances. We also specialize in value added assembly and prototyping. Our engineering team will ensure your part is both functional and cost-effective. IATF 16949 Certified.

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Apex Spring & Stamping Corporation $$$

Houston, TX  |  713-849-4000

Coiling Technologies, Inc. has the experience and expertise to design and engineer the custom springs to meet your specific requirements. We are a leading manufacturer of high-tech, specialized springs and we are committed to providing quality products with fast lead times. Our automated process allows us to produce the reliable springs you need.

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Coiling Technologies, Inc. $$$

Garland, TX  |  888-213-7231

Gifford Spring Company manufactures coil springs, flat springs, torsion springs, wire forms and hooks. We can hand-form springs for small quantities of intricately designed parts or mass-produced high-quality springs using CNC machining. We’d be happy to design a spring for you based on the design or concept you require. Call us today!

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Gifford Spring Company $$$

Baltic, OH  |  330-897-1060

Crawford Manufacturing Co. began as a spring manufacturer and we have improved and perfected our capabilities with coilers, a CNC Spring Forming Machine, and hand forming. We have extensive experience making a wide variety of springs including recoil/constant force, compression, extension, and torsion. We go all-out to provide quality spring products to meet your needs. Contact us today with your specialty spring requirement.

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Crawford Manufacturing $$$

Venice, FL  |  941-488-2276

Southern Spring & Stamping, Inc. is a family-owned springs and wire forms manufacturer. Since 1957, we have continued to expand while ensuring all our products are of high quality. Southern Spring & Stamping, Inc. strives to meet all of our customer's needs in a wide range of industries.

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Thick pieces of round, flat or hollow wire are tightly wound with the application of heat to form a component with good elastic and return properties. When the spring's shape is changed, it exerts a resisting force and returns back to its original configuration.

Industrial applications require many different types of springs. Compression springs act as a cushion for a downward acting force, extension springs give resistance to outward acting forces and are elongated when pulled from each end, torsion springs store mechanical energy and exert torque and finally, flat springs, which are not coiled wire but rather flat strips of metal that provide shock resistance, are used in simple applications.

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Springs are used in the aerospace, railroad, automotive manufacturing, machinery, industrial equipment, nuclear power generation, offshore oil and gas, defense, telecommunications, actuator and valve control applications. They can come in many different shapes, they can be as long as several feet and they can be custom made to fit certain specifications. Industrial springs are also often available in pre-engineered stock sizes.

Depending on the type of spring and the desired strengths and properties, industrial springs are fabricated a couple different ways out of several types of metal. Plastic is only used for light to medium applications and is therefore not strong enough. Spring steel, an industrial grade of steel alloy specifically designed for spring fabrication, is the standard choice of material. It is elastic and exhibits good return properties that last over long periods of time.

Music wire, made of high carbon steel, is also popular for heavy duty applications. It is cold drawn, strong and has a uniform tensile strength. For specialty applications within the food and beverage processing, pharmaceutical and medical industries, stainless steel springs are used for their corrosion resistant, con-contaminating and heat resistant properties. Other metals used for industrial springs include copper, nickel, titanium and tantalum.

The strongest spring design uses braided and wound wire. This type can handle sudden and heavy loads. The largest industrial springs, those over six inches in diameter, must be hot rolled and coiled around special machinery. Because they are thick and hard to form, large springs are hardened post fabrication. Before use, each industrial spring is shot-peened, a process that increases fatigue life. They are also always load tested to ensure compression characteristics.

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