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Springing to the service of the manufacturing industry

18 December 2018

With our centenary now upon us, Lee Spring is proud of our close to 100 year tradition and to reflect on the considerable growth in availability of springs and development in spring technology during that period.

Over those 100 years the initial question is always the same – how do we choose the right springs for first time success?

Sometimes, simply choosing the right spring for the application can be the difference between repeating a job and getting it right first time.

We ask ourselves “what is the spring for?” Are your springs going to be used in heavy duty applications? Will they be submerged in water, subjected to high temperatures, or used in magnetic or corrosive environments? If so, you’ll need to choose the right material.

Lee Spring offers a huge range of spring materials to choose from. From Superalloy springs, made from nickel and cobalt, making them corrosion and acid resistant, to the Lee Spring Nimonic alloy, designed to withstand high temperatures and pressures, and even the LeeP Plastic springs which can be used with many chemicals and are non-magnetic for use with imaging and other Ferro-sensitive technologies.

Get the material right first time around and you won’t have to replace parts that have deteriorated much sooner than expected.

Read the full article in the January issue of DPA


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