Searching for a custom compression spring manufacturer is not an easy task, considering all the criteria to be taken into consideration. For more than 60 years, RHD has been a recognized custom compression spring manufacturer for industrial use It stands out for its products quality.
To make sure you have the right springs you need, when looking for a compression springs supplier, rather than consulting resellers or authorized distributors, go directly to a custom compression spring manufacturer. Given the conditions in which they will be used, your springs must be carefully chosen and a manufacturer will be able to advise you properly. If needed, this professional is also able to design tailor made items.
Compression spring is the most used type of spring in industrial environment, hence the importance of its performance and its resistance to physical, chemical and mechanical stresses. It is available in different shapes (conical, cylindrical and biconical). It is no surprise that high-tech and automotive industries, for example, ensure that only the best available springs are used, as their equipment correct functioning and operators safety are of utmost importance.
Choosing us as custom compression spring manufacturer makes you benefit from our team strong know-how, reinforced by our company’s solid experience. In fact, we have been able to offer various solutions adapted to the needs of industrial companies operating in a wide range of sectors: automotive, high technology, cosmetics, medical pharmacy…
RHD produces industrial compression springs with materials known for their robustness, using a cold manufacturing process to ensure better performance (stainless steel, galvanized steel, chromium silicon, Inconel, phosphor bronze, copper, brass, etc.).
Our range of products includes other types of springs: traction, flat, formed wire as well as springs responding to particular requirements. To guarantee the quality of our springs, our entire process is computer-managed, which allowed us earn the confidence of major industries. This working method also helps us reduce costs and lead times significantly.
Springs are usually disregarded; however, they are critical components for a large variety of objects for everyday use. Among the very numerous items that need one or several small springs to work properly, one can find robots, but also industrial machines, lighters, watches, shock absorbers, bottles of perfume. Because of exposure to high mechanical and sometimes thermal or chemical stresses and little size, the manufacture of springs requires strict compliance with the highest quality standards. Cutting-edge sectors, for example automotive, pharmaceutical or high-tech industries attach a very high value to the springs composing their products.