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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.

  • 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

    All-Rite Spring Company specializes in quick-turn design, prototype, and manufacture of springs and wires of all shapes, sizes, and material types. Typical applications are: Automotive, Agricultural, Consumer Appliance, Industrial, Safety Critical, and other High Functional Value and/or Life Cycle.

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  • Grand Rapids, MI 616-591-9524

    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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  • 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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  • Chicago, IL 800-969-7884

    Sterling Spring has offered high-quality springs since 1953. Our product line includes compression springs, coil springs, torsion springs, extension springs and industrial springs. We offer just-in-time delivery and cost-effective prices, regardless of your ordering volume.

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  • Glenshaw, PA (412)684-1201

    Diamond Wire Spring Company is a designer and manufacturer of precision springs. We have over 75 years of experience in stock and custom springs. Our founding principles of providing quality products and strong, personalized customer service help us earn the trust of our customers. We have more than 11,000 different springs available. We serve many industries including power and energy, agriculture and rail, and many others. Call us today!

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  • Bristol, CT 860-582-6368

    Our springs are made of a variety of materials and can be used in many different applications. Pa-Ted manufactures custom designed springs for the automotive, electrical, medical, landscaping, pool covers, and original equipment manufacturers industries, and uses materials such steel, beryllium copper, music wire, brass, titanium, tungsten wire, oil tempered wire, and resistance wire. Call us for wire forms today!

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Spiral Springs Industry Information

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.

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Spiral Spring Manufacturing Process

Manufacturing 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 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.

Applications of Spiral Springs

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 use spiral springs in various 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 into.



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