We perform spring coiling through two different processes, hot winding, and cold winding. Cold wound springs are most common and do not require the metal to be initially heated in order to form the wire into coils. By contrast, hot wound springs are created by heating metal material until it is pliable and then forming it into a coiled shape. Hot coiling is typically reserved for springs needed for larger applications like suspension coils and those used in heavy construction whereas cold coiling is used more often for everyday spring production.
As a leader in sping production, MW will gladly work with you to determine which process is best for the production of your spring products.
For more information on Hot Wound Springs or Cold Wound Springs, visit their respective product pages.
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Coiling is used to produce spring and spring-related products. Our spring products are found in a variety of industries.
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