• Wire Wound Springs

Wire Wound Springs

Typically, spring wire is coiled hot or cold with ends configured within the limits of coil wire, creating an energy storing device. However, it is how accurately that force is delivered, over a time frame, that is the key to successful product placement.  Through excellent product knowledge, ABSSAC can assist you in the procurement of highly optimised wound spring designs, including bespoke end fixing detail. Whether compression, extension, torsion or lateral bending spring rates are required,  the wound wire spring product available from ABSSAC has been reliably used to produce a mechanical advantage in a wide range of industries.

Wire formed springs appeared early in the industrial revolution and the basic concept has not changed much since that time. The basic compression, extension, lateral bending and torsion formats can easily be delivered via the wire wound spring. There have been many enhancements in materials and manufacturing techniques that have forged the wire wound spring into a reliable, industrial tool that exhibits elasticity. We specialise in the supply of wire wound springs in a choice of materials using wire from 0.15mm (.006”)  to 14mm in diameter.

Materials

We can supply basically any material that will coil!

Stainless Austenitic, Martensitic and Precipitation hardenable

Carbons steels (any)

Nickel Alloys (any) Nimonic 80a, Nimonic 80 , Inconel X750, Inconel 718, Hastelloy, MP35N

Titanium Grade 5 & Titanium Beta C

Avaialble Treatments and processes:

NADCAP Heat Treatment of all of the above, including in House Tensile Testing to ASTM E8 and ASTM A370

NADCAP Approved Passivation to AMS2700

NADCAP Approved Non destructive Testing to ASTM E1417 (Dye Penetrant Inspection)

Available testing and certification

Compression testing i.a.w. BS EN ISO 7500-1 Class 0.5 as standard
Torque Testing i.a.w. BS EN ISO 7500-1 Class 0.5 as standard
Extension Testing i.a.w. BS EN ISO 7500-1 Class 0.5 as standard
Hardness Testing
Mechanical Testing to ASTM E8
First Article Inspection Reports to AS9102
APQP (PPAP) to AS9145
Inspection of 3rd Party Products
Force and/or dimensional data for each spring
Filing of the spring ends
Microscopic examinations for burrs
Inspection to ASME VIII Section UG-136

For more information on where we can assist in you wire wound spring challenges, give one of our knowledgeable sales engineers a call.

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