Springcoil Ltd has been involved in the manufacture of compression, extension, torsion and suspension coil springs since 1983. Over the last 28 years, we have been supplying a wide spectrum of engineering sectors with high performance, quality assured spring components. Springcoil has the manufacturing capacity to produce wire and bar springs with a diameter ranging from 0.5 - 19 mm. We have considerable experience working with a range of materials, including high carbon steel, silicon chrome and chrome vanadium alloy steels, phosphor bronze, stainless steel, Inconel X750, Hastalloy C276, Nimonic 90 and titanium alloys. To view our full product range, please head directly to the Springcoil website, or get in touch directly - we'll find the spring solutions to all of your application requirments.
Springcoil has been manufacturing suspension springs for the automotive industry for nearly thirty years. Our products, all of which are produced from high grade metals at our facility in Sheffield, are used for enhanced suspension performance on motorbikes, rally cars, 4x4's and general production cars. We employ shot peening and powder coating techniques to improve fatigue life and corrosion resistance.
If you're thinking of uprating or lowering your suspension, speak to our design team. They can develop the perfect spring for the job.
Compression springs are used in a multitude of applications, from stamping presses to lawnmowers. They are the most common type of spring configuration in the market, and are typically manufactured from round wire in a cylindrical shape. However, they can also be made from square, rectangular and other non-circular cross sections if required, and can be shaped in conical, barrel, hourglass and other types of profile. That means we can tailor the spring to your specific application requirement. To find out more about our compression springs, as well as our torsion and extension springs, please head to the Springcoil website!
Torsion springs are available in closed or open wound form with the direction of use being determined by the direction of the coiling. As the torsional force is applied to the spring, the diameter of the coil decreases while the length of the body increases. At SpringCoil Ltd we offer a wide range of torsion spring options such as straight legs, loops, complex bends and double torsion varieties. Torsion springs are used in a wide range of industry applications such as in the raising and lowering of ramp doors on commercial vehicles or horseboxes.
This is a type of spring that absorbs and stores energy by offering resistance to a pulling force. They are typically made from round wire and are close wound with initial tension. Common domestic applications include balance scales, garage doors, trampolines and washing machines. Extension springs can be made with various end styles for attaching them to the source of the force. Ours are manufactured to customer specifications from 302 or 316 grade stainless steel or high carbon alloys. Initial tension can be varied according to the requirements of the application.
We can provide a wide range of die springs which includes press tool die springs, light duty die springs, medium duty die springs and heavy duty die springs. It is also worth noting that we can offer our die springs in a selection of different sizes to suit different applications. Our springs benefit from an innovative design which means they are extremely strong and durable and can therefore deal with high loads and temperatures up to 475 degrees F. If you require any further information, don't hesitate to visit the website or you can contact us directly, by phone or email.
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|Registered at Companies House:||22 March, 2005 (17 years and 1 month ago)|
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