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Compression Springs

Stanley Spring manufactures high quality compression springs. Compression springs are open-coil, high-grade, cylindrically-shaped, straight helical springs. These springs offer resistance to compression along the axis of wind. Our compression springs are fabricated from round wire. They are used to resist force, store energy, or both.

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What is a Compression Spring?

A compression spring is a type of spring, usually made of metal. Compression springs are known as one of the most energy-efficient storage devices available. Compression springs are conical and are fabricated from round wire. They are used to resist force, store mechanical energy, or both, depending on use. The elasticity of compression springs is essential to their variety of uses.

Here are a few more facts that you should know about compression springs:

  • Compression springs resist compression.
  • Mechanical energy is created when compression springs are compressed. Compressing a spring produces mechanical energy.
  • When pressure is applied, compression springs will push back.
  • The more pressure applied, the more energy the spring has to bounce back.
  • A compression spring is a type of open-coil helical spring.

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What are Compression Springs used for?

Compression springs have countless uses. They can be fabricated in a wide range of sizes to fulfill various purposes.

Stanley Spring has customers that use compression springs for the following applications:

  • Automotive Engines
  • Major Appliances
  • Medical Devices and Instruments
  • Various Electronics
  • Valves

Why Choose Compression Springs from Stanley Spring?

Stanley Spring produces high quality compression springs. Our springs are fabricated with care and precision. This ensures an exceptional product you can trust.

Here’s a little more about Stanley Spring, our team and what we can do for you:

  • We create custom manufactured springs, stampings and wire forms.
  • As custom spring fabricators, we can make the specific spring you need.
  • Discuss spring designs with our knowledgeable team
  • Stanley Spring is certified ISO/TS 16949:2009 since 2013.
  • We have an excellent reputation for producing high quality springs of all kinds.
  • We are a family owned business, operating since 1944.

Stanley Spring is proud to offer compression springs that withstand different stress levels. This is 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 greatest stress level should be lower for a longer life. 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.

When we design and fabricate any custom spring we are careful to bear in mind purpose, compressing forces and spring rate. “Spring rate” is calculated by measuring the weight required to compress a spring by one inch.

We can make compression springs in a variety of spring wire lengths and springs in a range of heights for a vast number of different purposes.

Customer Service Commitment

Not only will we provide an exceptional product, we also provide great customer service. We value our customers and will go above and beyond to meet your needs and exceed your expectations. When you choose to work with Stanley Spring, you can expect high quality products, on time.  Trust our supportive, friendly and knowledgeable team of staff.

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At Stanley Spring, we take pride in our customer service and manufacture quality compression springs to meet your needs. Contact us today to discuss your needs and to find out more about our experience fabricating high quality custom springs.

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