We produce high quality made-to-order helical, conical, barrel and hourglass compression springs in quantities from 1 to millions.
Compression springs are among the most widely used spring type in both industrial and commercial applications. When a linear force is applied to the ends of a compression spring, bringing its coils closer together, it resists compression by pushing back the load and returning to its original length. A compression spring is capable of storing mechanical energy. This property makes this kind an efficient shock-absorbing device. When it comes to choosing the most sought after compression spring supplier, customers have always relied on Industrial Spring for its excellence of customer service and perfect product quality.
At Industrial Spring we’ve been satisfying our customers’ compression spring needs for more than 50 years. Learn how we can help design and manufacture a custom spring for your next application by calling us at 816-741-6073 or email to email@example.com today.
Please see our “Compression Spring Technical Information” page to assist you with various design considerations for your compression spring requirements. This page will also outline our capabilities.
Design Assistance for Your Custom Compression Spring
Common Compression Spring Design Terms
Industrial Spring Wire Diameter and Materials Capability for Compression Springs
Industrial Springs Capability for Different Compression Spring Body Shapes
Considerations for different types of Ends on Compression Springs
Compression Spring Dimensions and Specifications Checklist
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