Compression Spring Manufacturer UK
We are leading compression spring suppliers and manufacturers, offering a variety of springs that can be tailored to individual requirements and needs. We also keep a large selection of materials in stock, so we can fulfil urgent orders as well as taking made-to-order requests.
If you require small compression springs, you can either supply us with a drawing or submit the appropriate details on our contact form so we can provide you with a bespoke quotation.
Our team is on-hand to support regular requests as well as ad-hoc orders so you can rest assured that you can rely on us to assist with your compression spring requirements.
In addition to compression springs, we also manufacture tension springs, torsion springs, wireform springs, flat springs, clock springs, garter springs and die springs. Not sure which ones you need? Contact us today!
What Are Compression Springs?Compression springs offer resistance along the axis when there is an application of compressive force, as the name would suggest. In fact, these springs are considered the most efficient in terms of energy storage and one of the most versatile too.
How Do Compression Springs Work?Compressions springs will try to push back to return to its original position when a load is applied. These helical springs can store energy or resist force, depending on the requirements of a specific application and use. As a compression springs manufacturer and supplier, we can produce concave, conical or convex shapes or a blend of all these forms. There is also the standard form which is the straight coil spring.
Common Uses Of Compression Springs
One traditional and popular use of compression springs is on buttons that are required to return to their original position after pressing. Stainless steel compression springs are suitable for automotive applications, such as suspensions. There are some firearms that use these springs in their firing mechanism. Other uses include ballpoint pens, electronics, cell phones, lawnmowers, stamp presses and medical devices.
Compression springs are one of the most versatile springs and can, therefore, be used in mattresses, toys, tools and electronics. Depending on what you are using the spring for, our expert team can advise on the most suitable compression spring type and specification so your product can be utilised in the best way possible.
A compression springs manufacturer and designer must consider certain dimensions when producing products for varied uses. The wire, inner and outer diameter, spring rate, solid length and free length are some of the parameters that will matter. The ends are also essential when buying stainless steel compression springs.
Specifications Of Our Compression Springs
We offer a variety of customisable specifications so you can order the perfect compression spring for your specific needs. From different wire sizes, materials used and even finishes, you can ensure that you are receiving the best possible service and product from Irvine Springs.
Wire Size: 0.025mm (.005”) upwards.
Material: spring steel, stainless steel, silicon-chrome, high carbon, beryllium-copper, inconnel, galvanised wire, mild steel, phosphor bronze, brass.
Shapes: helical, conical, barrel, hour-glass.
Ends: open, closed & ground, closed & unground.
Finishing processes: tempering, scragging, de-burring, barrel rumbling, shot-peening available as required.
Finishes: zinc/colour passivates, black zinc nickel, electroless nickel, black oxidise, copper plating & flashing, tin, chrome acid passivate, colour dyeing, silver.
Quantities: we can produce large quantities efficiently using modern computer-aided machines but we have the facility to make small quantities of prototypes and samples to specifications.
How Can Irvine Springs Help You?
The team at Irvine Springs are passionate about and dedicated to crafting and engineering high-quality and innovative tension springs, using the latest technology in the spring making industry, whilst providing our customers with a top-rated and bespoke service that fully meets their requirements.
If you would like to speak to one of our experts about your requirements or need any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us today by calling us on +44 (0)1294 279 396 or emailing us at email@example.com. We hope to hear from you soon!