CompressionSpring.com is part of TheSpringStore.com and a division of Acxess Spring that focuses on compression stock springs. As manufacturers, we are the spring suppliers for several companies within different industries.
- Aerospace & Defense
- Consumer Products
- General Manufacturing
- Oil & Gas
CompressionSpring.com by Acxess Spring is based in Colton, a town in Southern California. Our company is based in the west coast of the USA but our capacity to ship internationally means we have clients world-wide. Whether you are located in the north or south or even overseas, you can count on us to send you the springs you need. Our objective is to make our quality products accessible to everyone.
As leading coil spring manufacturers, we offer an incredibly high product quality. Unless otherwise specified by the customer, we follow a commercial tolerance policy. If precision is what you need, we can make it happen no matter the industry you’re in. Lead times vary depending on whether your spring is stock or custom. Stock springs are ready-made and will ship within a couple of days. For custom springs, we have to schedule them on our job calendar and adjust de machinery to create the spring to match your requirements. This means they may take anywhere from 3 to 5 weeks depending on the spring design and manufacturing specifications.
There are several material types available. Based on your application, you can select the best material to match your demands and environmental requirements. If your spring is enclosed in your device and doesn’t run the risk of being wet or exposed to temperatures higher than 250º Fahrenheit (121º Celsius), you can choose a high carbon spring wire. High carbons are not satisfactory for shock or impact loading. For these conditions, we recommend you use an alloy steel wire which is more resistant to conditions involving high stress. On the other side, if you need a corrosion resistant coil spring, we can supply springs made of stainless steel. There are 3 main types of stainless steel and each of them offer different temperature limitations as well as hardness/elasticity. For more information on material types and their properties, click here.