What We Offer

Custom Compression Spring

A Compression spring is an open-wound, helical springs that exert a load or force when compressed. They are typically cylindrical but can be conical, barrel shaped, or hourglass form. The ends can be open only, open and ground, closed only, or closed and ground.

 

 

 

 

Specifications
Compression Spring Materials
Beryllium Copper
Chrome Silicon
Chrome Vinadium
Elgiloy
Hard Drawn
Inconel 600
Inconel 718
Inconel X750
Monel 400
Monel K-500
Music Wire
Oil Tempered
Phosphor Bronze and Brass
Stainless Steel 17-7
Stainless Steel 302
Stainless Steel 316
Compression Spring Finishing Black Oxide
Painted
Passivate
Plain
Yellow Zinc
Clear Zinc (Silver)
Compression Spring Wire Size 0.008 to 0.562 in
0.203 to 14.275 mm
Larger Sizes Available Upon Request
Compression Spring Diameter 0.030 to 10.00 in
0.762 to 254 mm
Larger Sizes Available Upon Request
Compression Spring Wire Size 0.008 to 0.562 in
0.203 to 14.275 mm
Larger Sizes Available Upon Request
Number of Coils 1 to 1000+
Compression Spring Free Length 0.008 to 1200 in
0.2032 to 30480 mm
Larger Sizes Available Upon Request
Direction of Wind Left
Right
Compression Spring End Types Closed End Ground
Closed End Unground
Open End Ground
Open End Unground
Compression Spring Forms Barrel
Conical
Straight
Hourglass
Industries Served
Aerospace
Agricultural
Automotive
Aviation
Chemical
Construction
Electrical
Electronics
Fitness Equipment
Food Processing
Machinery
Marine
Medical
Mining
Oil, Gas, Petroleum
Optical
Packaging
Pharmaceutical
Railroad
Safety
Solar
Sporting
and many more

 

 

Custom Manufactured Extension Springs

Extension springs are tight wound, helical springs that create a resistance to a pulling force. These springs are wound with an initial tension that holds the coils together. Initial tension is the force it takes to separate the coils. We can make these springs with machine hooks or loops, cross-over hooks or loops, extended hooks, swivel hooks, or any other type to fit your application.

Specifications
Extension Spring Materials Beryllium Copper
Chrome Silicon
Chrome Vinadium
Elgiloy
Hard Drawn
Inconel 600
Inconel 718
Inconel X750
Monel 400
Monel K-500
Music Wire
Oil Tempered
Phosphor Bronze and Brass
Stainless Steel 17-7
Stainless Steel 302
Stainless Steel 316
Extension Spring Finishing Black Oxide
Painted
Passivate
Plain
Yellow Zinc
Clear Zinc (Silver)
Extension Spring Wire Size 0.008 to 0.562 in
0.203 to 14.275 mm
Larger Sizes Available Upon Request
Extension Spring Diameter 0.030 to 10.00 in
0.762 to 254 mm
Larger Sizes Available Upon Request
Number of Coils 1 to 1000+
Extension Spring Free Length 0.008 to 1200 in
0.2032 to 30480 mm
Larger Sizes Available Upon Request
Direction of Wind Left
Right
Extension Spring End Types Hooks
Loops
Swivels
Extension Spring Type of Loops Machines Hooks
Crossover
Single Full Loop
Double Full Loop
Side Hooks
Extended
Machine Cut
Tapered
Industries Served Aerospace
Agricultural
Automotive
Aviation
Chemical
Construction
Electrical
Electronics
Fitness Equipment
Food Processing
Machinery
Marine
Medical
Mining
Oil, Gas, Petroleum
Optical
Packaging
Pharmaceutical
Railroad
Safety
Solar
Sporting
and many more
Custom Wire Forms

We are capable of manufacturing custom wire forms in a variety of shapes and sizes. Manufacturing is available in round wire or strip design.

Specifications
Wire Form Materials Beryllium Copper
Chrome Silicon
Chrome Vinadium
Elgiloy
Hard Drawn
Inconel 600
Inconel 718
Inconel X750
Monel 400
Monel K-500
Music Wire
Oil Tempered
Phosphor Bronze and Brass
Stainless Steel 17-7
Stainless Steel 302
Stainless Steel 316
Wire Form Finishing Black Oxide
Painted
Passivate
Plain
Yellow Zinc
Clear Zinc (Silver)
Black Zinc Plate
Wire Form Wire Size 0.008 to 0.562 in
0.203 to 14.275 mm
Larger Sizes Available Upon Request
Industries Served Aerospace
Agricultural
Automotive
Aviation
Chemical
Construction
Electrical
Electronics
Fitness Equipment
Food Processing
Machinery
Marine
Medical
Mining
Oil, Gas, Petroleum
Optical
Packaging
Pharmaceutical
Railroad
Safety
Solar
Sporting
and many more

 

 

Custom Torsion Springs Manufacturer

Torsion springs are helical coil springs that exert a torque or rotary force. Torsion springs are wound clockwise or counter clockwise so that the deflection causes the spring to wind up from the free position. Torsion springs reduce in diameter as they wind up and their body length becomes longer. Torsion springs are typically tight wound but can be produced with pitch in them to reduce friction. These springs should be supported by a rod thru the center whenever possible. The legs on these springs vary greatly. Our machinery allows us to make a wide variety of bends and angles on the legs to meet many requirements including the double torsion spring.

Specifications
Torsion Spring Materials Beryllium Copper
Chrome Silicon
Chrome Vinadium
Elgiloy
Hard Drawn
Inconel 600
Inconel 718
Inconel X750
Monel 400
Monel K-500
Music Wire
Oil Tempered
Phosphor Bronze and Brass
Stainless Steel 17-7
Stainless Steel 302
Stainless Steel 316
Torsion Spring Finishing Black Oxide
Painted
Passivate
Plain
Yellow Zinc
Clear Zinc (Silver)
Torsion Spring Wire Size 0.008 to 0.562 in
0.203 to 14.275 mm
Larger Sizes Available Upon Request
Torsion Spring Diameter 0.030 to 10.00 in
0.762 to 254 mm
Larger Sizes Available Upon Request
Number of Coils 1 to 1000+
Torsion Spring Body Length .016 in and up depending on wire size
Direction of Wind Left
Right
Torsion Spring Length of Legs Depending on wire size
Torsion Spring Type of Legs Hinge Ends
Short Hook Ends
Straight Offset Ends
Straight Torsion Ends
Torsion Spring Forms Double
Single
Industries Served Aerospace
Agricultural
Automotive
Aviation
Chemical
Construction
Electrical
Electronics
Fitness Equipment
Food Processing
Machinery
Marine
Medical
Mining
Oil, Gas, Petroleum
Optical
Packaging
Pharmaceutical
Railroad
Safety
Solar
Sporting
and many more

Give us a call: AAAA Specialties

Toll Free: 800-466-1288

Phone: 303-296-1288

Fax: 303-296-1289

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