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Wire Hooks Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial wire hook manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source wire hook manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These wire hook companies can design, engineer and manufacture wire hooks to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these wire hook 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 its for a manufacturer of J hooks, metal S hooks, S hooks.

  • Mystic, CT 800-723-7015

    It is our goal that we are able to provide high quality wire hooks to an ever growing customer base worldwide. Our skilled teams of engineers and designers will work closely with you in order to make sure that you are receiving the exact product that you need! Our products serve industries such as automotive, construction, automation as well as many others. Get in touch with our customer service department today to learn more!

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  • Tualatin, OR 503-625-4555

    In our 38+ years of doing business, we have created many loyal, lasting relationships with our customers. We specialize in simple to complex metal parts for any and all industries. We refer to our business as metal origami, forming thin gauge metal to make very unique, custom parts. Our high standards and certifications make us a preferred supplier in the metal stamping industry for high and low volume requirements. Contact us today for more information!

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  • 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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  • Bristol, CT 860-584-0594

    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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  • Muskegon, MI 231-830-9393

    West Michigan Tube & Wire Forming was established in 1999. Our specialty is custom manufacturing in the metal tube bending and wire forming areas. Related services include: stamping, assembly, paint, and assisting with design and manufacturing suggestions. Both 2D and 3D CNC Wire forming and bending is a core service with the ability to handle wire widths from .062” - .312.” Typical projects include furniture, cart, and industrial prototypes.

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  • Bristol, CT 860-583-1326

    At Tollman Spring, computer-controlled, multi-axis wire form machines are used to make intricately shaped wire products ranging from .004” to .156” wire diameters. Critical dimensions are measured using probes and laser technology to maintain the angular positioning required to get the job done and done right. At Tollman, most wire form parts can be made without the need to purchase expensive tooling.

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Wire Hooks

Wire hooks are curved devices made of metallic strands and utilized for a number of purposes. Ubiquitous in manufacturing, commercial and domestic applications, hooks are available in a wide range of configurations. S-hooks, J-hooks and C-hooks are so named for their appearance while other variations of hooks, including gate hooks, fish hooks, rope binding hooks and others are named in relation to their intended purpose.

These versatile items known as wire hooks are frequently used by industries including plumbing, hardware, parts manufacturing, fishing, design and several others. The style of hook selected is largely dependent upon its intended use. Hooks made for wire displays are often ornamental and are skillfully designed. Clothing, hats and even food items are organized and presented on such hooks which may be attached to the wall or otherwise suspended. Though commonly used to this extent, wire hooks are also popular as fastening devices. Specially designed screw hooks are often attached to one surface with a loop secured to an adjacent edge. When connected, a secure closure is formed. As types and uses for hooks abound, several factors must be taken into consideration prior to selection. The shape of a hook is crucial as it determines the particular way in which a hook may be used. S-hooks, for example, are more apt to fastening than C-hooks. Material, size, weight, wire density and finishing should also be considered.


While wire hooks are extremely variable, all begin with a similar wire forming process. Before wire hooks can be produced, wire must be carefully manufactured to regulated specifications. The first step in making a hook therefore is to force stock metal through a series of dies which get progressively smaller until the resulting strand has been whittled down to the proper diameter. Aluminum, copper, steel, brass and stainless steel are common metals used in wire production. These metals offer the tensile strength necessary for the aforementioned uses of wire hooks. Once the wire is formed it may be heat treated, quenched or tempered as needed, though this step can also be completed as a finishing process. Wires are then cut to the desired length before being bent, stamped or pressed into shape. Though some manufacturers accomplish these steps manually, CNC machining is often used to promote precision and uniformity. Secondary processes such as painting, coating, plating, galvanizing and threaded occur at this point if needed or desired. The manufacturing and finishing processes are vital to hook performance as they have a significant impact on the physical and mechanical properties of the device. For decorative purposes these factors also affect the aesthetics of a hook.

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