Torsion Spring -- T012-090-055
from Associated Spring-Raymond

Stock sizes in stainless steel and music wire. SPEC stainless steel torsion springs are widely useful to store and release energy of rotation or to maintain a pressure over a short distance. Our stock selection includes torsion springs with four end positions and music wire springs with three end... [See More]

  • End Style: Straight Torsion; Straight Offset (optional feature); Hinged (optional feature); Short Hook Ends (optional feature); Hook Ends (optional feature); Special Ends Available
  • O.D.: 0.0930
  • Units: English
  • Wire Diameter: 0.0120
Custom Torsion Springs
from Diamond Wire Spring Company

Helical springs used to apply torque or store rotational energy are commonly referred to as torsion springs. The two most common types are single and double-bodied springs. Torsion springs are found in clothespins, window shades, counterbalance mechanisms, ratchets, hinges and various other machine... [See More]

  • End Style: Straight Torsion; Straight Offset; Hinged; Short Hook Ends; Hook Ends
  • Units: English; Metric
T105-012-3.25
from Fox Valley Spring Company, Inc.

Radius 0.187 inches. [See More]

  • End Style: Straight Torsion; Straight Offset (optional feature); Hinged (optional feature); Short Hook Ends (optional feature); custom designs
  • O.D.: 0.1050
  • Units: English
  • Wire Diameter: 0.0120
Custom Torsion Springs -- We can manufacture virtually any design
from Murphy & Read Spring Manufacturing Co.

Murphy & Read has been designing and producing custom torsion springs for nearly a century and has built a wealth of experience and expertise in both design and manufacturing. We have provided thousands of solutions for applications ranging from simple household hardware to ultra-precision medical... [See More]

  • End Style: Straight Torsion; Straight Offset; Hinged; Short Hook Ends; Hook Ends
  • Wind: Right Hand Wind; Left Hand Wind; Double Torsion Wind
  • Units: English
  • Leg Angle: 180°
Torsion Springs -- Customizable
from Peterson Spring - Technical Products Center

Helical springs used to apply a torque or store rotational energy are commonly referred to as “torsion springs ” and are typically found in single-and double-bodied forms. Everyday uses include clothespins, ratchets, counterbalance mechanisms, and as a coupling between concentric shafts... [See More]

  • End Style: Straight Torsion; Straight Offset; Hinged; Short Hook Ends
  • Wind: Right Hand Wind; Left Hand Wind