Springs are essential components in various manufacturing industries including automotive and transportation. Classic Fasteners provides made to print and stock springs to meet your manufacturing and application needs.
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A compression spring is the most common type of spring. They are used in many different ways, including making electronics and cars. When a force is put on them, they are made to compress, and when the pressure is taken away, they return to their original shape. Compression springs can be made of different materials, such as stainless steel, music wire, and chrome silicon.
Extension springs work the opposite way of compression springs. When a force is put on them, they stretch out, and when the pressure is taken away, they return to their original shape. People often use these springs in garage doors, trampolines, and other places where tension is needed. Classic Fasteners can help provide extension springs made of different materials and in a range of sizes.
Torsion springs are mechanical components used to store and release rotational energy. They are commonly found in various applications, including garage doors, mousetraps, and even toys. Classic Fasteners can help provide extension springs made of different materials and in a range of sizes.
Constant force springs are extension springs that give the same amount of force through their range of motion. These springs are used in cables and hose reels where there needs to be constant tension. Classic Fasteners can provide continuous force springs made of different materials and in a range of sizes.
Belleville springs are a type of conical spring often used when a lot of force and bending is needed. They are often used to absorb shock and vibration in the auto and aerospace industries. Belleville springs can be made of different materials such as stainless steel or beryllium copper.
Drawbar springs hold things together when tension is needed. These springs are made of rectangular wire with loops on both ends so they can be attached to other things. Classic Fasteners can provide drawbar springs made of different materials and in a range of sizes.
Garter springs are compression springs used in applications where a constant radial force is required, such as in shafts and oil seals. These springs are made from a coiled wire with the ends overlapped and fastened together. Garter springs are available in various materials, including stainless steel and brass.
Flat springs are made from a flat material bent into a spring’s shape. They are commonly used in applications where a low profile is required, such as in electronic devices and automotive components. Classic Fasteners can provide flat springs in various materials, including stainless steel, brass, and beryllium copper.
Gas and air springs provide a controlled force in applications like automotive hoods, furniture and medical equipment. Gas springs use compressed gas to provide power, while air springs use compressed air. Classic Fasteners can provide a range of gas springs and air springs in various sizes and force ranges.
Springs are an essential component in many industries. Classic Fasteners has the experience and expertise to engineer, source, stock and ship the correct spring for your application.