COMPRESSION SPRINGS

Compression Springs are open-coil helical springs that offers resistance to a compressible force applied axially. Helical compression springs are used to resist applied compression forces or to store energy in a push mode. Compression springs have the most common configuration and are most commonly used in automotive, aerospace, and consumer applications. Most compression springs are a straight cylindrical spring made of round wire.

Ammtech Spring produces a variety of shapes and types of Compression Springs, and can also manufacturer to your exact specifications.

EXTENSION SPRINGS

Extension Springs absorb and store energy by offering resistance to a pulling force. Typically, extension springs are made from round wire and are close wound with initial tension. Extension applications include tape cassette players, balance scales, garage doors, washing machines and applications which requiring various types of tensioning devices. Various types of ends are used to attach the extension spring to the source of the force.

Ammtech Spring produces a variety of shapes and types of Extension Springs, and can also manufacture to your exact specifications.

TORSION SPRINGS

Torsion Springs are used to apply torque or store rotational energy are commonly referred to as torsion or double torsion. Torque by definition is a force that produces rotation. A torsion spring exerts a force (torque) in a circular arc, and the arms rotate about the central axis. The stress is in bending, not in torsion.

Ammtech Spring produces a variety of shapes and types of Torsion Springs, and can also manufacture them to your exact specifications.

WIREFORMS

Ammtech Spring produces a variety of shapes and types of Torsion Springs, and can also manufacture them to your exact specifications.