Compression springs are typically spiral cylindrical springs, which have a contact span among the active threads. This way, they are able to absorb forces along the spring axis that work against one another. The last thread usually leans toward the adjoining thread and touches it by its end - known as the closing thread to experts.
Compression springs are made by cold production. They are made of various types of spring wires of various diameters. We also offer customized production of special compression springs, such as conic compression springs or compression springs with variable leads. In this area, we cooperate with Gutekunst Federn.