Airedale Springs Continue Helping the Medical Sector

Because we’re still in the midst of a global pandemic, Airedale Springs continue to help those in the medical industry as much as possible. As compression spring manufacturers, we’ve been fulfilling orders for many different sectors, even as we’re still operating with minimal staff, so we’re more than capable of manufacturing urgent orders if needed.

Springs in the Medical Sector

Springs are not a new invention. They’ve been used for many different applications for centuries, from mechanical parts to modern technology – and, of course, springs are also a crucial element of the medical sector. They’re found in everything from hospital beds to life-saving pieces of equipment, such as ventilators.

Non-Ferrous Materials in Spring Manufacturing

Non-ferrous metals and alloys are called so because they lack the iron content that ferrous materials have. Choosing the right materials for springs is critical, since they will impact the quality and longevity of the final product. At Airedale Springs, we work with both ferrous and non-ferrous metals, which are used in different situations.

What Affects the Longevity of a Spring?

At Airedale Springs, we’re always concerned about the quality of our products and ensure that any spring or wireform we create is manufactured to the highest of standards – and capable of meeting the strictest demands of our clients’ industries. Everything has a finite lifespan, and this includes springs, no matter how high a quality… Continue Reading …

Brompton: Wheels for Heroes

Airedale Springs work with a wide range of industries and sectors, providing springs and wireforms to many businesses and companies. One of those is Brompton. The brand’s history dates back to 1975, when its inventor and founder, Andrew Ritchie, created prototypes of Brompton bicycles from his bedroom. Nowadays, these bikes are hand brazed at Brompton’s… Continue Reading …

Spring Materials Used in the Electronics Sector

We’ve already written about the importance of choosing the right materials for springs, but now we’re focusing specifically on the electronics sector. Not all materials are right for electronics – for example, strength, conductivity, resistance to heat and resistance to corrosion are crucial in the sector – so this needs to be taken into account.

Springs in the Electronics Sector

Springs are all around us. No matter where you are or the object you’re using, it’s likely you’re surrounded by springs. On your mobile phone? Doing laundry? Changing the channel on your remote control? Springs and wire forms are key components in electrical items, and, without them, we wouldn’t be able to have the technology… Continue Reading …