Metal Spring Clips and
Conical Springs

Metal spring clips and conical springs are both common in manufacturing. As such, the ability to order clips and conical springs according to your specifications may actually help your product become more successful. Fortunately, we manufacture both conical springs and metal spring clips according to your unique needs and specifications, making us an industry leader in springs and clips.

What are Metal Spring Clips?

Metal spring clips come in a number of different sizes, shapes, and materials, and there are literally thousands of uses for them. They may be made of almost any type of metal you can imagine, including stainless steel, copper, and more. Some are magnetized, and some come with rubber or plastic coating for comfort. Sometimes, these spring clips are designed as an internal part of an engine or other machinery; they keep things together with strength and precision. There are literally thousands of uses for these clips, and we can manufacture them according to your specifications and in any size you need.

Common Uses for Metal Spring Clips

You can find metal spring clips literally anywhere you look. They are small, and they are everywhere. In fact, these clips might secure a flashlight to your keychain, and if you take the time to think about your car, there are probably dozens in your automobile alone. One holds the distributor cap into place, and another keeps your glove compartment closed. You may even have several of them in your kitchen holding your cereal and chip bags closed. They are also used in medical and industrial equipment to perform various duties, including endoscopic surgeries.

What are Conical Springs?

Conical springs are alternatives to standard compression springs. As you may guess, they are cone-shaped in order to provide constant power, and because each coil nests inside the one before it, they take up less space than normal. The most common materials for these springs include stainless steel and copper since these resist heat and corrosion in electrical settings, although other materials are available. Usually, they have squared ends and they are right-hand wound. However, depending on your unique application, you can customize them to your needs, including specific tension, wire gauge, and size.

Common Uses for Conical Springs

Conical springs are quite common, and you can find them inside of any battery-powered gadget you might own. They sit flush with the negative end of the battery, allowing it to contact both the battery and the mechanism to supply power. They are also common in push-button mechanisms since the metal spring provides the contact necessary to transmit a signal; many remote controls and other gadgets utilize tiny conical springs beneath the buttons due to their long lifespan and durability.

If you need tiny conical springs or metal spring clips for any application, just contact us and provide us with your specifications, and we will help you create the parts you need. With one order, you will discover why we are one of the country's leading manufacturers of springs and clips.

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