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Wire Racks Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of wire rack manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top wire rack manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any wire rack company can design, engineer, and manufacture wire racks to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach wire rack 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 metal wire racks, vinyl wire racks, and stainless wire racks.

  • Mystic, CT 800-723-7015

    Wire racks are our specialty! Our wire racks help to eliminate damage to fragile or machined components as well as offer better drainage of cleaning/washing fluids. We put all of our products through meticulous testing before being shipped out of our state of the art facility in order to further ensure an excellent product for you our customer. Visit our website today to learn more about what we may be able to do for you!

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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 Racks

Wire racks are horizontal wire forms used to store and display a variety of products. The base surface upon which such items are placed is composed of several interwoven or latticed metal strands. Though similar to wire shelves in that both are designed for the maximization or vertical and horizontal space, the term wire racks more often refers to smaller units or those ledges not made to stand alone.

Wire racks are often stack-able or designed with multiple tiers to provide added vertical space as needed for the storage or display of commercial and retail goods. In addition to promotional uses, industrial applications for wire racks abound. Cooling and drying racks, for example, are commonly made of wire as it provides support while maintaining air flow to the items. While storage racks are commonly level, display and cooling racks are sometimes tilted slightly, allowing goods or excess materials to slide forward. Wire displays and other tilted units often undergo wire bending to create a forward lip or curve that will prevent items from sliding completely off of the shelf. Additional finishes such as painting, threading, coating, heat treating and electro-polishing may be performed during rack production to best suit a given application. Casters may likewise be added to the base of each supporting post in complete rack units in order to increase mobility.

Before additional features and coatings can be added, wire racks begin with the production of wire. Wire drawing passes various types of stock metal through progressively smaller dies. Each die lessens the diameter and the process continues until the desired thickness and shape is reached. Wires made of aluminum, copper, brass, stainless steel and a number of other ferrous and non-ferrous metals are then welded or woven together to form wire grids or screens which undergo wire forming to become a rack. Cutting, bending and heat treating all qualify as forming processes as they alter the shape, appearance or physical properties of the metal strands. The manufacturing processes selected for the production of a rack must be carefully considered with regards for the intended use of a unit as they have considerable impact on strength and load capacity. The combined weight of all items to be placed on a rack should never exceed the load capacity as this could lead to potentially dangerous and costly mechanical failure. The slit or gap size between wires is also of concern and should be smaller than the smallest item the rack will hold to prevent such items from falling through or becoming stuck. Overall dimensions such as height, length and width must adhere to not only the products, but the available space as well. 

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