Flat springs

We produce flat springs on the basis of documentation or a design provided by the customer. We have a waterjet cutting machine, so we can realize short-run orders for springs with complex shapes.

Specifications of our flat springs:

Wire thickness: 0.2-5.0 mm
Dimensions:Full freedom according to the agreements and documentation of the customer.
How do tension springs work?
Where do they find use?

Flat springs, are mechanical springs made of flexible materials, sheet, strip or flat bars. They are commonly used in various industrial applications, such as contacts in relays. The materials used in flat springs vary depending on the specific application, but they are generally made of materials with high elasticity, such as steel and titanium. The operation of flat springs is based on the bending principle, where the spring is flexed and stores potential energy when a force is applied and then releases energy when the force is removed. Flat springs are a versatile and indispensable component in many industries because of their ability to efficiently store and release energy.

Flat coil springs are a type of flat springs made of shaped strip material that is coiled into a spiral formed into a tight coil. These springs are widely used in various industries due to their unique properties, such as high energy storage capacity and low profile. Flat coil springs are commonly used in applications requiring the storage and release of large amounts of energy, such as clocks, watches, and to drive cable/rope reels.

Flat springs have many applications in various industries such as automotive, aerospace, furniture, electrical and medical. One of the most common applications for flat springs are leaf springs, which are commonly used in vehicle suspensions to provide cushioning and support. Due to their versatility and performance, flat springs have become an indispensable component in various industries.