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Industrial Spring Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of industrial spring manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top industrial spring manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any industrial spring company can design, engineer, and manufacture industrial springs to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach industrial spring companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of industrial spring steel, industrial recoil springs, and industrial steel springs.

  • Bristol, CT

    Plymouth Spring Company, founded in 1959, has continued to expand and grow through new technologies and attention to details to serve an ever larger customer base. Plymouth Spring completed the acquisition of the assets of the Bristol Spring Manufacturing Company and has integrated much of Bristol Spring’s highly skilled workforce, equipment and manufacturing capabilities of compression springs, torsion springs & extension springs into our existing facility.

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  • Southfield, MI

    Being ISO 9002 and QS 9000 registered, Peterson Spring is known for high-quality springs and service. In business since 1932, we produce custom compression springs, flat springs, extension springs, and torsion springs. Peterson Spring is dedicated to delivering you a superior spring!

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  • Commerce, CA

    Our industrial springs withstand the test of time. We were founded 88 years ago as a small company, but today, we are known around the world. Our commitment to quality and our customers is what has set us apart from the competition all these years. You won't find a more customized solution anywhere else! Contact us today to find out how we can be of service to you!

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  • Greenville, WI

    Fox Valley Spring provides stock or custom industrial springs for almost any application. We have years of experience and are dedicated to providing high quality products and excellent customer service. Our products are manufactured in the United States and are used in various applications. Please call us today for more information!

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  • Grand Haven, MI

    Maintaining a formal quality system that meets TS 16949 standards, Automatic Spring Products Corp. is proud of their company and management system. ASP uses a continuous improvement process to achieve their customer's quality and delivery requirements as well as their organizational goals. Call today for your next industrial spring purchase and let Automatic give you the service you deserve.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Springfield Spring Corp. Honored for Open Book Management

Boston, MA December 21st, 2012— Springfield Spring Corporation was recently honored as one of the innovative members of industrial manufacturing. The company practices open book management, which allows employees on all levels to comment on how they want the company to run in the future. Springfield Spring Corporation has used this system successfully since 2001. President Norman Rodriguez thought of using open book management because many employees and potential customers want to see the financial history of a company before they start a relationship with the company. Customers want to... Read More

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Industrial Springs

Industrial springs are helically shaped, strong mechanical devices used as components of machines, equipment and vehicles. While small springs are used in electronic and medical devices, industrial springs are much larger, although their functions are essentially the same. 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. 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.


Industrial Springs
Industrial Springs
Industrial Springs - Murphy & Read Spring Manufacturing Co.
Industrial Springs - Murphy & Read Spring Manufacturing Co.