Flat & Cantilever Springs
A flat spring is commonly manufactured from a flat bar or strip. Flat springs are formed with an arc at or near the center and are supported on both ends with the force applied to the center of the arc. Thanks to the near-limitless customizing possibilities available when manufacturing flat springs, they can be made to fit any application you need. Cantilever Springs are made from the same materials but are clamped on one end while the force is applied to the other. These types of springs can be used as centralizers and equalizers.
If you’re looking for a way to push back when force is applied, flat springs may be the optimal solution. Improve your application with flat springs manufactured to your specifications by Custom Spring Manufacturing.
Flat Spring Advantages
Flat springs are a type of flat spring that absorbs and releases energy by bending. They’re typically used in applications where two or more components are involved. In these environments, a cantilever spring is clamped to a component at one end while the other is free. When opposing force is applied, the power needed to send the parts back to their unique positions is produced.
Also called cantilever or bow springs, they offer a variety of performance advantages. Here are some examples:
- High Rate Of Energy Return
- Easy To Use
- Optimal Energy Efficiency
- Low Maintenance
Premier Provider Of Custom Cantilever Springs
With years of experience developing quality spring products for demanding applications, Custom Spring Manufacturing can deliver custom flat & cantilever springs tailored to your requirements. We’re an ISO 9001:2015-certified facility with a comprehensive range of in-house design, engineering, fabrication, and value-added service capabilities.
These turnkey spring production capabilities enable us to move an idea from concept to full-scale production quickly and effectively. As a result, orders of all sizes are welcome.
Common Flat Spring Applications
As the name implies, flat springs absorb energy and push back as opposing force is applied. With a flat design, they’re also ideal for applications where space is limited. Common uses for custom flat & cantilever springs include:
- Railway Carriage Suspension Systems
- Bridge Suspension Systems
- Medical Devices
- Automobile Suspension Systems
- Automobile Shock Absorption Systems
- Garage Doors
- Aircraft Landing Gear
- Bicycle Suspension Systems
- Bicycle Shock Absorbers
Quality Materials For Demanding Applications
When it comes to cantilever spring performance, materials can make the difference between success and failure. We understand the unique properties of metal alloys used to make springs and are happy to help you select the best material for your application.
Our team works with many grades of carbon steel, stainless steel, nickel alloys, and titanium alloys. Examples include:
- Music Wire
- Oil-Tempered Spring Wire, Or OTMB
- Oil-Tempered Chrome Silicon
- 302 Stainless Steel
- 316 Stainless Steel
- 17-7 PH Stainless Steel
- Phosphor Bronze
- Beryllium Copper
- Inconel 600
- Inconel X-750
- Monel 400
- Monel 500K
- Hastelloy C-276
- Beta C
- Titanium 6-4
- Alloy MP35N
Custom Spring Manufacturing aims to produce custom cantilever springs that fit, form, and function as intended. To make good on this mission, we take quality seriously.
Material is acquired from dependable sources, and compliance to applicable industry standards or customer requirements is verified before manufacturing. Precision measuring equipment is used to verify critical dimensions. All orders are audited for accuracy before shipment.
This dedication to quality is why we’re the trusted supplier of custom flat springs to clients in many industries.
- Oil & Gas
- Solar & Wind
Get In Touch
Before Custom Spring Manufacturing can get to work on custom cantilever springs for your application, we’ll need to learn a little more about your requirements.
Please feel free to reach out to us. Our team is happy to discuss your project in greater detail.