Extension springs are springs which absorb and store energy by offering resistance to a pulling force. Various types of ends are used to attach the extension spring to the source of the force.            

  -Spring Manufacturers Institute

Some common uses for extension springs include electrical devices, medical devices and industrial hardware, although their uses hardly stop there. The wire range of the extension springs we produce is from .006 to .437, and are available in various types of material. Ends can be configured into hooks, loops, extended hooks, or even specially designed ends.



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