Extension springs are commonly used in industrial products including automotive interiors and exteriors, carburettors, trampolines, toys as well as thousands of other uses. Extension springs are the direct opposite of compression springs, in that they are close-coiled helical springs that extend under a pulling force. Extension springs can have many different styles of hooked and looped ends.
Torsion springs are commonly used in clothes pins, clipboards, hinges, counterbalances and lever return applications. Electronic devices, to large torsion used in chair control units. Torsion springs perform best when supported by a rod or tube. The designer should consider the effects or friction and arm deflection on the torque.
The different types of torsion springs are double torsion, short hook ends, hinge ends, straight offset, straight torsion and special ends etc.
Industrial Wire Forms : Wire forms have infinite uses and a wide variety of shapes and sizes. These forms can be a load bearing link with minimal deflection.
Wire Forms uses: Our range of industrial wire forms are used in switches, camera, automobiles, switchgear and other industrial applications.