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Spiral Spring Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial spiral spring manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source spiral spring manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These spiral spring companies can design, engineer and manufacture spiral springs to your specifications and application needs. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these spiral spring manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether it's for spring design services, tensions springs, or custom springs.

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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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Turn to Myers Spring for top of the line springs. We specialize in creating springs for custom sizes. These springs have diameters ranging from .006" to .750" and loads from half a gram to 2.5 tons. We manufacturer compression springs, torsion springs, extension springs, wire forms, spiral wound brush springs, packaging and more. There is no custom project too demanding for our engineers.
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Since 1984, Patrick Manufacturing has been a leading producer of custom made-to-order precision springs using wire up to .195" diameter. Wire forms up to .250" wire diameter are also manufactured. Our state-of-the-art CNC coiling and forming machines are ready to work for you. We are ISO 9001:2015 registered. Patrick manufactures for OEM's and contract manufacturers across many, many industries in the United States, Europe and Mexico. Patrick is also woman owned and operated.
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It is our belief that all customers deserve the very best- whether large or small. We take the time to work with each individual customer to create the perfect springs solution for their needs. We will not turn away a customer from any industry, and we will use our expert engineering experience to help create the perfect spring product for you. Find out more by contacting us online today!
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In business since 1957, Orlando Spring maintains a plethora spring designs. We also manufacture custom springs. For your compression springs, die, disc, extension springs, specialty, tapered and torsion springs, Century Spring is your full-service source. We are ISO 9001:2008 certified. With over 60 years of experience, you can rely on us to handle all your spring needs. Contact us today for more information!
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Here at Spring Manufacturing Corporation we have a long history of manufacturing flat form springs, compression springs, extension springs, torsion springs, wire forms and more. These highly advanced products are designed to meet your expectations. If you would like to more information about our products and solutions then please give us a call today!
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With over 100 years of experience, W.B. Jones Spring Co Inc. is your number one source for stock and custom springs. Our springs are used in a variety of applications in many different industries. We have an extensive stock of springs so that we can quickly deliver the springs you need. Our products are manufactured in the United States and can be shipped in as little as 3 days. Call us today or visit our website to learn more!
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Spiral Springs

A spiral spring is a unique type of flat spring that can be made out of various metal materials and is bent into loops that form a spiral. Unlike a coil spring where the loops gradually go upwards, creating a spring that exerts vertical force; the loops of a spiral spring are all flat and wrap around each other, generating horizontal force when they are compressed. A spiral spring usually has a hook or screw hole on the end that extends away from the spiral. This point is used to attach the spring to whatever component it will be functioning with. The center of the spiral will also usually have a hooked shape that can be fixed to a component that holds it in place when the spring is activated.

Spiral springs - also referred to as spiral torsion springs - are used in brush motors or other applications where a short rotation is required. Typically, the rotation from a spiral spring is only 360 degrees or less. Industries from automotive to healthcare to construction make use of spiral springs in a variety of tools and devices. Spiral springs are useful when you need to allow for a slight rotation when force is exerted, but you want whatever device you are using to return to its natural position as soon as the force is removed. A good example of this is a drill press. When someone turns a drill press on and then uses the handle to push the drill down, an internal spiral spring is compressed. As soon as the person operating the press lets go of that handle, the spiral spring returns to its original shape, causing the drill to pull up and out of the material it was drilling in to.

Manufacturing of spiral springs can be done using either a hot or cold machining process. In the hot machining process, metals are heated and then formed into a spiral using a mold that matches the desired specifications. In the cold machining process, the metal is cut into a long strip and then carefully pressed in circles around a center piece that supports it and helps it to retain its shape while being bent. Steel and aluminum are common materials used to make spiral springs, but in applications where the spring may be required to conduct an electrical current, copper is used due to its low resistance to electricity.



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