Extension springs available to meet varying customer needsMay 21, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Newcomb Spring has been offering great prices, high-quality metal form and spring manufacturing services, as well as total customer satisfaction for more than a century. It’s why the family run company is one of North America's leading metal form and spring manufacturers.
Extension springs are among the company’s lineup of offerings. The springs are available in round, rectangular, square and special-section wire, in diameters of .005 to .625 inches, and more than eight standard extension spring end options. All of the end types — cross centre hooks/cross loops, draw bars, extended machine hooks, expanded hooks, standard machine hooks, rectangular ends, reduced ends with swivel hooks, teardrop-shaped ends, threaded inserts and v-hooks — vary in distance from the spring body. The company matches all end types to the customer’s order specifications, and can change end hook shapes based on customer needs.
“As one of the industry's leading extension spring manufacturers, we recommend discussing your requirements with a Newcomb sales engineer who can verify manufacturing capabilities and will work to keep your production costs as low as possible,” the company says.
Common materials used for extension springs include: spring steel, high carbon steel, low carbon steel, nickel-plated carbon steel, stainless alloys, non-ferrous metals, Elgiloy, Hastelloy, Monel, Inconel, titanium and more.
As with all Newcomb Spring-produced parts, the company can custom manufacture any extension spring to fit the customer’s needs. In addition, great detail and care is taken with each order, regardless of the size — whether it’s large runs, short runs or prototypes. Thanks to the company’s network of locations equipped with the industry’s most advanced, efficient manufacturing technology, it can supply extension springs quickly — or any of its springs and metal forms, for that matter.
To learn more about the company’s extension spring capabilities, contact Newcomb Spring.