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Originating from a small manufacturing facility in New York, Rotor Clip has evolved into a global entity with strategic operations worldwide. Our locations in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, China, and the Czech Republic host manufacturing, warehousing, and technical support facilities, creating a comprehensive network to address your needs. Regardless of where your engineering challenges arise, Rotor Clip stands as a reliable partner, ready to provide tailored solutions and support your success.

 Rotor Clip has received numerous quality awards from major OEMs, automotive manufacturers, and distributors. We back our reputation with certifications including ISO 9001, ISO 14001IATF 16949AS9100, and ISO 13485.

Your Application, Your Solution, We Make Them All 

As the only manfucturer of all retaining ring styles, Rotor Clip stands out from the competition. We’re commited to delivering the most durable and highest quality rings on the market. With a catalog of over 20,000 standard parts and customization options, we cater to diverse needs of almost every industry. Diameters ranging from .040” to 47” (1mm to 1200mm) ensure a wide selection, and if the perfect part isn’t in our extensive range, we’ll make it for you.
Requiring only half the work height of traditional springs, wave springs allow you to maximize space in your application, providing the same force as coil springs over a range of deflections and ensure reliable performance while improving dimensional tolerances.At Rotor Clip, our wave springs can be highly customized, whether it’s adjusting wire thickness, number of waves, or material cross-section, you can greatly alter the spring loads and cycle life capacity without tooling costs. We work with you in selecting the ideal wave spring, ensuring reliable performance and efficient out-comes tailored to your needs. Whether it’s a single-turn, multi-turn, round wire, nested or custom, we have you covered.
Choose Rotor Clip’s high-quality self-compensating hose clamps for your low-pressure application needs. Our single wire, double wire, and constant tension band clamps offer various advantages compared to other clamps. These clamps are self-compensating, meaning they automatically adjust to temperature changes, expanding and contracting with the hose, eliminating the need for manual adjustments. Designed for efficient installation and removal, they are suitable for both umatic and manual assembly, with no screw mechanism so over-or-under-tightening is impossible. 

It's More Than Parts. It's A Partnership.

When you partner with Rotor Clip, you gain access to a team of highly trained and skilled Product Engineers, Quality Engineers, Metallurgists, and Sales Engineers. By working closely with our team, we build a collaboration based on trust, communication, and shared expertise. Our engineers will analyze your requirements, offering valuable insights to guide you in selecting the most suitable products, whether it's standard or custom. Speak to us about your requirements.

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