Tape and Flat Springs

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Tape springs are straight, thin–walled strips with a curved cross–section shaped to meet specific functioning tasks.
Complex springs are generally made of annealed material which undergoes either bainitic hardening after forming (carbon) or vacuum hardening and annealing (stainless). Less complex springs come in pre-hardened materials.

Much like other springs, flat springs are generally fashioned from round wire or strip material then bent into shapes engineered to meet a specific task.
Leaf, beam and cantilever are the most common flat springs.

Tape dimensions

From 3 to 20 mm wide and from 0.1 to 1.5 mm thick.

Flat wire dimensions

From 1 to 15 mm wide and 0.2 to 2 mm thick.

Surface finish

Our springs come in a variety of surface finishes from bluing to clear or yellow zinc electroplating, electrolytic nickel, powder coating and zinc phosphate coating always executed by specialized subcontractors.