Torsion springs offer resistance to externally applied torque as the ends are rotated in angular deflection. Commonly used over an arbor or mandrel for support.
Gardner Torsion Springs are available in left or right hand wound in a variety of Deflection Angles. Type 302 Stainless Steel and Carbon Steel Music Wire. Custom sizes and materials are available upon request. Read more...More Product Announcements from Gardner Spring, Inc.
Springs can fail or break for a variety of reasons, some of the more common of which are:
- Over stressing the part (extending or compressing it beyond design recommendations).
- Excessive cycling.
- Exceeding the recommended temperature for a given material.
- Using a part in a manner inconsistent with its design limitations.
- Exposing the...
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Coiling Technologies, Inc. designs and manufactures custom springs for the mining industry to meet each customer’s demands. Springs that operates in the mining industry require extensive attention to the design and manufacturing process as they are involved in harsh environments. These springs should possess excessive resistance to corrosion a... Read more...More Product Announcements from Coiling Technologies, Inc.
Copper alloys have sufficient strength, ductility, and hardness which makes them best suited for springs operate in relay contacts and switch gears.
Some of the key properties are given below:
- Strength, at operating temperatures.
- Good wear or deformation resistance.
- Fatigue strength, especially for springs.
- Dimensional tolerances
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With more Electric Vehicles being built and delivered every day, Coiling Technologies, Inc., is well suited to support the El... Read more...More Product Announcements from Coiling Technologies, Inc.
Coiling Technologies, Inc., designs and manufactures custom springs for advanced aerospace technology, sophisticated avionics and complex aircraft equipment that depend on precision components to accomplish their missions smoothly and safely.
The aerospace industry relies on intricately designed equipment that must perform at the highest altitudes,... Read more...More Product Announcements from Coiling Technologies, Inc.
Coiling Technologies has achieved another record-breaking quarter doing so was achieved by making significant investments in equipment to support our expanding business. For example, our latest Cap Ex program included an acquisition of a 25 mm SIMCO spring coiler. This coiler has the capacity to coil 13 - 25 mm (0.512 - 0.984") wire with a production rate of 30 pcs. per minute. This will... Read more...More Product Announcements from Coiling Technologies, Inc.
Coiling Technologies high tensile induction tempered micro alloy wire to achieve a mass reduction as much as 40% over conventional low alloy carbon steel. Stocked sizes from 7.5 mm– 19 mm.
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The oil and gas industry requires a wide range of springs from torsion to compression. There are plenty of processes involved in this industry and each deploys a variety of equipment and machines which contain springs of various forms.
Nickel alloy springs have outstanding corrosion and high-temperature resistance. Nickel alloys offer high strength, durability, and reliability eve... Read more...More Product Announcements from Coiling Technologies, Inc.
Coiling Technologies, Inc. has years of experience in developing actuators valves that control the flow of gas and fluid. Our engineers are cautious to deliver the most reliable product that will operate in even harshest environmental conditions. We provide actuator valves that possess high tensile strength, corrosion resistance, and resistance to environmental conditions and fatigue lif... Read more...More Product Announcements from Coiling Technologies, Inc.