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Custom Spring Products

MW Components - Greer: Springs, manufactures a wide range of made-to-spec springs including custom variable pitch springs, custom compression springs, pigtail springs, and more. Our in-house team of engineers and manufacturing professionals even have the ability to support specialty spring configurations that you may not be able to find from other manufacturers. Contact us for a quote or get more information on our products below.

Hot Wound Springs

We manufacture hot wound springs from 0.50” (12.7mm) to 3.125” (80.00mm) bar. Our proprietary furnace technology and highly specific manufacturing processes guarantee consistency from spring to spring. This allows us to offer unparalleled metallurgical integrity and the most value for your investment.

All of our hot wound springs endure in-process inspection at each step of manufacturing to ensure product conformance, and we have computerized load-testing equipment capable of testing loads from 50 pounds (23 kilograms) to 150,000 pounds (68,000 kilograms). Request a quote for more information

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Custom Variable Rate Coil Springs

Variable rate coil springs, also known as variable pitch springs or variable pitch compression springs, are a diverse type of specialty spring. In a variable pitch compression spring, coils are unevenly spaced, often with smaller or larger spacing between coils at one or both ends of the spring. Variable pitch spring applications range, but they are frequently found in point-of-purchase retail displays. Machines and cars may also use variable pitch springs.

We manufacture custom variable force springs that deliver the highest level of performance. Contact us if you have any questions or would like pricing and lead times.

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Compression Springs

Compression springs are one of the most common types of springs and are used across applications and industries. At Greer: Springs, we manufacture both hot and cold wound compression springs in a wide range of sizes. All our compression springs are custom made to your specifications. Sending us your specs or application information to request a quote.

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Pigtail Springs

The term pigtail refers to a coiled spring with ends that have a smaller diameter than that of the main spring body. Often used in machinery such as conveyors, pigtail springs can be bolted to equipment and used for compression or extension. Pigtail springs can also be used in electronics and other applications.

At Greer: Springs, we manufacture custom pigtail springs for several different industries. All our pigtail springs are made to spec, contact us for details.

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Cold Wound Springs

We begin with the highest quality raw materials to create cold wound springs from .250’’ (7mm) to .750 (18.75mm), offering high tensile chrome silicon for maximum travel. From there, all of our products undergo a carefully controlled manufacturing process using our state-of-the-art machinery, including CNC coilers and an in-house powder coating line.

Our automated powder coating and liquid paint lines offer a wide selection of colors and finishes; in addition, we’re able to print individual part identification codes to customer specifications. All of this is done to provide you with the most consistent and reliable cold would spring. Contact our team for more information.

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Specialty Spring Configurations

In addition to standard spring types, we have the ability to prototype and produce springs with specialty configurations. Our state-of-the-art facility and expert craftsmen ensure that we can support whatever your spring needs. We work with a wide range of sizes, end types, materials, and unusual designs.

Get in touch with us to see if we can help with your unique needs.

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