Known as one of the most energy-efficient storage devices available, Stanley Spring’s compression springs are fabricated from round wire and are used to resist force or store energy, or both, depending on the application.
Stanley Spring and Stamping has customers that use compression springs for some of the following applications:
- Large Stamping Presses
- Automotive Engines
- Major Appliances
- Medical Devices and Instruments
- Various Electronics
The stresses in the spring are determined by the load and deflection requirements, as well as the dimensions. When a compression spring is loaded, the coiled wire is stressed in torsion and the greatest stress appears at the surface of the wire. When the spring is deflected, operating stress is the result as the load varies.
Stanley Spring is proud to offer compression springs that withstand all kinds of stress levels, regardless of application, whether loading or deflecting. It’s important to note that stress and stress range dictate the life of compression springs. If the stress range is high, the maximum stress level should be lower for a longer life. Conversely, if the spring experiences static loads only or, if the stress range is low, high stresses may be used, without having an adverse effect on the spring life.
At Stanley Spring, we are committed to providing superior customer service and the highest quality compression springs tailored to meet the needs of each customer.
Thank you all for the great response, especially you Leonel, I appreciate the extra you put into this. If you hadn’t done what you did we would have closed a full production line and sent home a bunch of people.