The Inconel alloy is a combination Nickel-Chromium based superalloys.
Coiling Technologies specializes in the manufacturing of Inconel springs, which are widely used in extreme environments where tremendous heat and corrosion resistance is paramount to the integrity of the end product. We are ISO 9001 Certified and have over 6 decades of combined experience in designing and... Read more...More Product Announcements from Coiling Technologies, Inc.
Wave Springs Manufacturer
They are made from coiled flat wire with waves added to give its spring effect. These types of springs offer reduced operational height but can still handle the same loads as a compression spring, which makes them ideal for smaller assemblies or working in confined areas. Read more...More Product Announcements from Coiling Technologies, Inc.
Wave Springs are highly useful when thrust loading is needed for small deflections. Also helpful when radial space is limited. Typical applications include axial loading of ball bearings.
Gardner Spring has been providing quality springs since 1907.
Gardner Spring, Inc., a Tulsa-based spring manufacturer supplying the OEM, industrial supply... Read more...More Product Announcements from Gardner Spring, Inc.
Smalley Crest-to-Crest® wave springs. Crest-to-Crest springs enable OEM's to reduce the size of their assembly by up to 50% while maintaining the same force & deflection as a regular coil springs. Smalley offers over 4000 standard wave springs in 17-7 stainless steel or carbon steel. Metric Crest-to Crest springs are available from 6 to 60 mm di... Read more...More Product Announcements from Smalley
Advances in technology have made products like cell phones, computers, medical devices, and other electronic products much smaller in size than in the past. Read more...More Product Announcements from Rotor Clip Company, Inc.
Smalley manufactures custom springs to meet specific application requirements. Smalley's manufacturing process allows for special designs to be produced with No-Tooling-Charges™.
TruWave flat wire wave springs help to save up to 50% of axial space in your application when compared to conventional coil springs. The result is more compact applications in which unnecessary space and excess material can be reduced to a minimum. Read more...More Product Announcements from Rotor Clip Company, Inc.