Corrosion Resistant Materials
Our corrosion-resistant metal alloy springs will perform up to your high-temperature demands.
- Stainless Steel Wire (302, 316, 17-7)
- Stainless Steel Strip
- Inconel Wire
- Monel Wire
- Hastelloy Wire
For the high-stress application projects and long cycle life jobs, we recommend our strong list of carbon materials.
- Music Wire
- Chrome-Silicon Wire
- Chrome Vanadium
- Oil Tempered Wire
- Hard Drawn Wire
- Galvanized Hard Drawn Wire
- Galvanized Music Wire
- Bright Basic Wire
- Oil Tempered Strip
- Square & Round Edge OT
- Flat Annealed
Other special applications may require a different material than the ones listed above. For such occasions, we offer the following:
- Brass Wire
- Phosphor Bronze Wire & Strip
- Beryllium Copper Wire & Strip
Our wire size ranges from .007” to .625”. For specific material capabilities, please contact our team.
Commonly Asked Questions:
What material should I use for my project?
If the material is not specified in the blueprint, you don’t have a blueprint yet, or you’d like to explore other options, please contact our engineering team to discuss material options.
What are the most common materials for springs?
Through our many years of combined experience, we have found that no two projects are exactly alike. To find out what the right material is for your next project, please contact our engineers.
What’s the difference between Stainless Steel and Inconel?
Stainless Steel is known for its resistance to corrosion, rusting, and staining. While the material can be used for countless projects, it has limited use due to various industry restrictions and lower temperature tolerance.
Inconel Superalloy shows no stress from extremely high temperatures as high as 1600 degrees Fahrenheit. Springs made from this material are ideal for industries like aerospace and nuclear power.
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