Features & Benefits of Springs for Construction

Coiling Technologies, Inc. designs and manufactures heavy-duty springs for the construction industry. Common types of springs used in construction include compression springs, extension springs, cantilever springs, and leaf springs. Springs configured in this industry are exposed to massive loads exceeding 100,000 lbs. and operate in some of the harshest environments.

Our engineers can design the spring to meet all the above-mentioned criteria and deliver robust springs that perform consistently even in the most abusive environments like frozen tundra or exposure to salt air on an oil rig.

Spring Alloys for Construction Applications

Common spring alloys for these applications are AISI 5160, AISI 4161, AISI 6150 and ASTM A229, ASTM A401 These materials are subject to processing per ASTM A 689,  ASTM A434, ASTM A321, ASTM A322, ASTM A29, ASTM A108 and hardenability to ASTM A304

Springs Applications

Coiling Technologies, Inc. produces springs for applications such as Buffer Springs for elevators, Vibration Isolation Springs for HVAC systems, Pipe Hanger Springs, Seismic and Foundation Springs, heavy-duty equipment, trucks, and construction equipment. The most common type of springs for these applications are compression and extension, however, in some applications, the use of cantilever or lead spring can be utilized as well.

Manufacturing Springs for Construction

Each spring undergoes cold coiling, heat treatment, grinding, shot peening, powder coating, and non-destructive testing to ensure the quality and performance of the spring. Our team of experienced spring manufacturers can help in the design and production of a spring for your construction application.

Contact us today to learn more about our custom spring design services for the construction industry.