Compression Springs

A compression spring is an open-coil helical spring that offers resistance to a compressive force applied axially. They are the most common spring configuration and are one of the most efficient energy storage devices around. When you apply pressure to a compression spring, making it shorter, it pushes back against the load, trying to get back into its original length. Compression springs can be formed in many shapes including cylindrical, conical, barrel and hourglass, the coils of which are usually placed over a rod or fitted inside a hole. Compression springs can be supplied with ground or unground ends.

Adaptable Solutions for Product Compression

Alongside the variety of shapes that we are able to design and create at Airedale Springs, we also offer a range of materials to ensure that your spring performs in the required way. This means that we can manufacture your springs in stainless steel, or a number of other materials, such as beryllium copper, depending on the product compression capabilities that you need.

Furthermore, with our state of the art CNC equipment, we can manufacture compression springs to the specific dimensions required for your product using camera or laser measuring sustems.

Unsure About What Spring You Need?

We have an array of clients who come to Airedale Springs with a specific purpose in mind; we strive to work within their requirements, working with them to determine the size and specifications that their needs necessitate. However, if you know the precise measurements and have the design of the springs you need, our standard process will be to verify the design  to ensure the best means of economic manufacture as well as meeting delivery reqirements for your order.

Want to Learn More About Our Compression Springs?

Having decades of experience in creating tension springs, various wire forms, and an array of other spring types, we are equipped to achieve your desired result when it comes to product specification.

If you would like to find out more about our design assistance, sampling process or the manufacture of the spring for you, please don’t hesitate to call our team on 01535 643 456.

The following information may be useful when ordering compression springs:

scheme

Symbol Meaning
d Wire diameter
Do Outside diameter
Di Inside diameter
Lo Free Length
n Total number of active coils
It’s helpful to know where a spring is designed to fit and what the sizes of the hole and shaft are. Please also let us know of any other important dimensions.

As specialist spring suppliers, we operate state of the art CNC equipment which can manufacture an extensive range of compression springs, with forces and finishes to meet the needs of our customers.