Steel alloys are the most common material used in the production of springs.

However, various materials and types of steel alloys can be used:

Low Carbon Steel (Low-Alloy Steel)

Low carbon steel is a commonly used material for making springs because of its high strength and resistance to deformation. It is used in the production of springs for cars, industrial machines, and in the construction and energy industries.

Cold Formed Steel

Cold-formed steel is characterized by high strength and elasticity and is often used in the production of springs that require precise dimensions and resistance to loads. Applications include springs for tools, locks, and components in the electrical industry.

Oil Tempered Wire

Springs made of oil-hardened wire have exceptional wear resistance and a long service life. This material is often used in the production of traction springs, brakes, and shock absorbers in the automotive industry, as well as in the furniture and tool industries.

Bainite Steels (Bainitic Hardened Steel)

Bainite steels combine high strength with excellent elasticity, making them an ideal material for springs that require high fatigue resistance. Applications include suspension springs, shock absorbers, and aerospace engineering components.

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is known for its resistance to corrosion and is often used in conditions of high humidity or chemical exposure. Springs made of stainless steel are suitable for applications in the food, medical and pharmaceutical industries, as well as for products exposed to external conditions.

Copper and Titanium Alloys (Copper & Titanium Alloys)

Copper and titanium alloys combine high strength with low density, making them ideal for applications that require lightweight yet durable springs. Applications include electronics, aerospace, and medical devices where a combination of power and low mass is important.

Nickel-Chromium-Cobalt Alloy

This alloy is characterized by high resistance to extreme temperatures and chemical aggressors. Springs made from this alloy are often used in high temperature applications such as furnaces, boilers, and power generation systems.