An extension spring consists of tightly wound coils, typically with hooks on the ends. It’s subjected mainly to an extension force. Extension springs store energy and exert a pulling force. Compression springs are open coils providing a compressive force. These springs can be cylindrical, conical, tapered, concave or convex in shape. Torsion springs store rotational energy and provide torque for your application. Whether your application requires a single or double-bodied design, we can help you develop the ideal solution. Our CNC coiling machines allow us to produce any shape required by your application.
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Many standard tools are available to create the desired end detail for wire forms. Special end designs can be made for a nominal charge. Ask about our end detail solutions.
There are various mounting methods available based on your application, including single mounting and multiple mounting. Please consult with one of our experts.
Note: Mounting Method may vary depending on type of spring. This image is not applicable to all spring types.