Alloy Steel Wire
General Wire Spring offers compression springs, extension springs, torsion springs, and wire forms manufactured using alloy steel wire. Our innovative manufacturing processes allow us to meet your exact specifications while providing fast delivery and the highest quality springs. Our experienced staff will assist you in selecting the best alloy steel for your application. With over 85 years of experience manufacturing custom springs, you can be assured that your General Wire Spring’s alloy steel wire springs will meet your exact specifications, be delivered to you fast, and ready for your production line.
Alloy steel wires are used for spring applications that require performance in high stress and high impact load operations. In addition, they perform well in more extreme temperatures than high carbon steels.
|Alloy Steel Wire||Chrome Vanadium ASTM A 231||C 0.48%-.53%- Cr 0.80-1.10%- V 0.15 min%||30(207)||11.5 (79.3)||425||C41-55||Request a Quote|
|Chrome Silicon ASTM A 401||Cr 0.30-0.80%-Si 1.2-1.6%||30 (207)||11.5 (79.3)||475||C48-55||Request a Quote|
- Chrome Vanadium Wire – A strong wire that is used for high shock load, a high number of cycles, and moderately high temperature applications. The presence of chromium and vanadium in the alloy increases the hardness of the material and improves its tensile strength. It meets ASTM A 231 standards.
- Chrome Silicone Wire – Used for high impact, high shock load, and moderately high temperature applications. Chrome silicon can be used at temperatures up to 50 degrees F higher than chrome vanadium. The presence of chromium in the alloy increases the hardness of the material and improves its tensile strength. It meets ASTM A 401 standards.
At General Wire Spring, we are proud of our reputation for delivering custom springs quickly, to specifications, and at competitive prices. Whether you need a prototype or full production run, we can provide you a custom alloy steel spring that will meet your exact needs. Call today to see how we can solve your spring manufacturing challenge.