Extensions Springs

Extensions springs are used when…

applications require springs to provide return force to components intended to be removed. Applications include car interiors and exteriors, machine and device manufacturing, industrial robots, optical measurement devices and more.

We produce pull springs from various materials and with different shapes. This allows us to change the spring rate to achieve the load requirements of a particular application. Depending on whether the load is static or dynamic, our springs are provided with different hooks, loops or other interface geometry.

We design springs and extension ends according to drawings and samples. Because the hooks and loops are exposed to higher loads, we advise you on the optimal interface geometry for your application.


1- Steel wire for mechanical springs – Patented cold drawn unalloyed spring steel wire ( EN 10270-1 ) A,B,C,D ClassStainless Steel
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 )

More information about our material.


1- Cylindrical
2- Conical

Coiling direction: Right or Left

Coating and surface treatment.

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

Types of hooks

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