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Spring Steel Service Centers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of spring steel manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top spring steel manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any spring steel company can design and engineer spring steel to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach spring steel 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 spring steel sheets, spring steel wire, or spring steel rods.

  • Skokie, IL 847-966-3000

    Block Steel's roots began in the 1920's when Albert Block started one of Chicago's first steel warehouses. Block Steel continues its family tradition in Forest Park, Illinois and has become one the United States largest producers of quality and affordable spring steel. With a resume of over 60 years of outstanding quality and service, let Block Steel work for you.

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  • Baltimore, MD 410-631-5200

    Titan Steel Corporation is a global leader in the steel processing industry. Today, products & services include steel plate, steel tubing, hot rolled steel, cold rolled steel & a variety of tinplate, tinfree & galvanized steel products. Whether for standard or extra tough applications, Titan will serve!

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  • South Bend, IN 800-348-2529

    A family-owned steel service center, Steel Warehouse specializes in heavy gauge and high strength steel. Offering diverse processing services such as slitting, pickling, cold reducing, blanking, annealing and leveling, Steel Warehouse is responsive to every customer’s steel needs. Steel Warehouse offers an extensive product selection including hot rolled, cold rolled, galvanized and tool steel.

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  • Wyoming, MI 800-543-4630

    Good Metals Company is a definitive single-source steel service center offering a wide range of steel products. We also offer extensive secondary services. See what this ISO 9001 (2000) certified company can do in house, ensuring high quality at great prices with fast turnaround. We believe the key to future success lies in our ability to offer the widest range of value-added specialty services.

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  • East Peoria, IL 800-322-2600

    Hagerty combines a large inventory of carbon, stainless, alloy & tool steels, aluminum, brass & copper with great processing capabilities. This ISO 9001:2000 certified metals service center works hard to exceed your expectations for plates, sheets, structurals, tubing, pipe, hot rolled & cold finished bars, coil processing, expanded metal, drill rod & more! We can locate those hard-to-find items!

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  • St. Paul, MN 800-992-1484

    Mead Metals serves the sheet metal, metal etching and metal stamping industries with cold rolled steel, tempered stainless and spring steel, annealed stainless steel, copper, bronze, and brass. We offer various sizes, thicknesses, and quantities to match any requirements. Call a quality steel service center like Mead Metals for all of your metal needs.

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Spring Steel

Spring steel is a steel variety characterized by its resistance to impact and deformation. Spring steel features medium to high levels of carbon, which, when increased or reduced in a steel affects its properties of hardness and oxidation resistance.

Spring steel’s capacity for withstanding impacts and irregular bending comes from the quantity of silicon with which it is alloyed. Silicon allows the metal to bend and stretch without becoming permanently deformed. Spring steel is a good raw material for manufacturers that need strong, heat and abrasion resistant metal. Different spring steel varieties offer different qualities of flexibility and hardness. Cold rolled annealed spring steel, for example, is used to manufacture automobile parts, knives, small files, mechanical springs, clips, machine parts, gun parts, and anything requiring the properties of high carbon. Blue tempered steel, on the other hand, is the more economical option and is often used to produce blades used in health care settings, flat springs, motor springs, steel tapes, valves and reeds. The molds for plastic injection molding are often made of spring steel. Spring steel can also be used to make certain kinds of music wire like piano and guitar strings.

Spring steel is formed at steel service centers. Steel service companies offer a wide range of services that can impart various qualities upon steel. The different spring steel varieties each require a certain kind of steel working process in order to take on the qualities that will make them usable. Tempered spring steel, for example, is heated in a way that increases hardness without sacrificing flexibility and impact resistance properties. Annealed steel is heated until the steel becomes pliable, but the annealing temperature is always kept below the steel’s recrystallization temperature. Spring steels that are subject to heat treatment processes may contain additives like cobalt and nickel in order to improve the metal’s performance under high temperatures. There are several other manufacturing processes spring steel may undergo to increase its properties, including quenching in oil or water; these take place after heat treatments in order to cool and harden the steel. Air hardening is another post-heat-treatment hardening method; it can be more economical than quenching methods and just as effective. The shape of spring steel can also be changed to fit specifications through slitting, edging, leveling and other physical shaping methods.
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