Compression Springs

Compression springs are parts of valves, switches and control systems, among others.

They are essential components for engineering, hydraulics, automotive, measurement and control technology and so on.

Depending on the application scenario, we adjust compression springs in relation to load, deformation, relief and fatigue, pressure level, and so on. Among other things, we vary the material, wire diameter, spring length, shape, pitch and surface treatment.

If you have special requirements on compression springs, share our ideas, technical designs or samples with us. We support you by developing, designing and manufacturing your components – be it single piece, small batches or large series.

Tight springs are one of our specialties. They allow smaller components to be built into increased power transmission.

Compression springs are capable of delivering higher dynamic loads and thermal stress thanks to cutting, heat treatment and adjustment. Our springs go through a multi-level quality test including length, load and corner tests. This guarantees lower tolerances

Your benefits:

  • Solid rotation
  • Angle accuracy according to your requirements
  • Limited loss of relaxation
  • Automatic tilt on the inside and outside
  • Optimum polishing
  • Only a little residual dirt


1- Steel wire for mechanical springs – Patented cold drawn unalloyed spring steel wire ( EN 10270-1 ) A,B,C,D Class
2- Steel wire for mechanical springs – Oil hardened and tempered spring steel wire ( EN 10270-2 )
3- Steel wire for mechanical springs – Stainless spring steel wire ( EN 10270-3 )

Wire diameter (d) from 0.2 to 12.0 mm


1- Cylindirical ( natural or grinded )
2- Double-cylindirical
3- Hollow
4- Conical

Coatings and surface treatment:

1- Stress relieved
2- Elecrolytic coating
3- Galvanized
4- others on demand

Our springs are characterizedby lower production tolerances due to:

Therefore, we are adding the "Factory for Precision-Made Springs" as a subtitle to our company name.

We collaborate with technical universities in different research and development projects.

High precision springs are used inter alia as contact elements, energy storage elements, vibration elements, damping elements or bearing elements in many industries such as:

  • Engineering and Construction
  • Manufacture of tools Hydraulics industry
  • Automotive / Commercial Vehicle Industry
  • Measurement and control technology
  • Filter and fluid technology
  • Electronics and Electrical Engineering
  • Medical technology Environmental Technology
  • Furniture industry
  • Construction industry