Custom Torsion Springs
Custom Spring Manufacturing is the industry’s leading manufacturer of custom torsion springs. Commonly made of stainless steel, custom torsion springs exert rotational force, known as torque, with the arms (ends) rotating around a central axis – typically some type of rod. They can be configured in a variety of ways to suit the need of the customer, including straight and offset torsion arm, hook, and hinged. Our advanced fabrication processes allow us to manufacture these components with virtually any end shapes adhering to precision tolerances.
When you need to return components to their original position, torsion springs may be the perfect solution. Improve the functionality of your application with torsion springs from Custom Spring Manufacturing.
What’s A Torsion Spring?
A torsion spring exerts torsional or rotational force in the opposite direction when twisted. Typically, the ends of a torsion spring are attached to other components as part of an assembly. When those parts rotate around the center of the spring, it tries to push them back to their original position.
A key characteristic of torsion springs is their versatility. They’re capable of storing and releasing angular energy or holding a mechanism in place by deflecting the legs through the body centerline axis.
These springs also support a steady, controlled motion when opening or closing. Other advantages of this spring type include:
- Easy to Use
- Low Maintenance
- Less Likely to Need Adjustment
- Requires Fewer Parts
Leading Torsion Spring Solutions Provider
With years of experience developing high-quality spring products for demanding applications, Custom Spring Manufacturing can deliver torsion 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.
When you need quality custom torsion springs, Custom Spring Manufacturing is here to help. With turnkey production capabilities, we can move an idea from concept to full-scale production quickly and effectively.
Uses For Torsion Springs
Torsion springs are manufactured in various sizes from many material types for a wide array of applications. They can also vary in terms of torque generation, with forces ranging from mild to very strong.
Miniature torsion springs make it possible to produce the handheld electronic devices people use daily, whereas large ones help drive the industrial applications needed to power societies. Common uses for these springs include:
- Close Pins
- Automotive Parts
- Door Hinges
- Industrial Machinery
- Retractable Seating
- Ceiling Light Fittings
- Electronic Applications
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Demanding Applications, Quality Materials
When it comes to torsion 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.
- Music Wire
- 302 Stainless Steel
- 316 Stainless Steel
- 17-7 PH Stainless Steel
- Alloy MP35N
- Hastelloy C-276
- Inconel 600
- Inconel X-750
- Monel 400
- Monel 500K
- Beryllium Copper
- Beta C
- Titanium 6-4
- Phosphor Bronze
- Oil-Tempered Spring Wire, Or OTMB
- Oil-Tempered Chrome Silicon
Quality Comes First
At Custom Spring Manufacturing, client satisfaction is our utmost priority. Our dedication to quality has enabled us to become the trusted torsion spring manufacturer for many clients. Torsion springs we manufacture are found in applications across the following industries:
- Oil & Gas
- Solar & Wind
Here For You
For torsion springs that fit, form, and function as intended, turn to the experts at Custom Spring Manufacturing.
Whatever your requirements, our team will work with you to design a torsion spring to meet your goals. Our engineers can provide guidance on optimum dimensions, material selection, and surface finishing.
To learn more about custom torsion springs, please feel free to reach out to us. We’d love to discuss your needs in greater detail.