High Temperature Alloy Wire Springs

General Wire Spring offers compression springs, extension springs, torsion springs, and wire forms manufactured using high temperature alloy wire. With over 85 years of experience manufacturing custom springs, you can be assured that your high temperature alloy wire springs will meet your exact specifications, be delivered to you fast, and ready for your production line.

Our innovative manufacturing processes allow us to meet your exact specifications and our experienced staff will assist you in selecting the best high temperature alloy for your application. 

Wire Type
Material
Nominal Analysis
Modulus of Elasticity E
Modulus in Torsion
Max Operating Temp. F
Rockwell Hardness
Custom Spring Design
High Temperature Alloy Wire A 286 Alloy Ni 26.% Cr 15.% Fe 53.% 29 (200) 10.4 (71.7) 950 C35-42 Request a Quote
Inconel 600 QQ-W-390 Ni 76.% Cr 15.8% Fe 7.2% 31 (214) 11 (75.8) 700 C35-45 Request a Quote
Inconel 718 Ni 52.5% Cr 18.6% Fe 18.5% 29 (200) 11.2 (77.2) 1100 C45-50 Request a Quote
Inconel x 750 AMS 5698, 5699 Ni 73.% Cr 15.% Fe 6.75% 31 (214) 12 (82.7) 750-1100 C34-39 C42-48 Request a Quote

High temperature alloys are designed to maintain their strength and perform well at elevated to extremely high temperature environments. In addition, these alloys exhibit corrosion and moisture resistance, wear resistance, creep strength, and thermal fatigue strength. Springs manufactured using high temperature alloy wire are used in equipment in refractories, foundries, heat treating, and other high temperature processing operations.

  • A 286 Alloy Wire – Used for applications up to 1000° F, A 286 wire is cold drawn and precipitation hardened after fabrication. It exhibits good corrosion resistance and performance under high temperatures.
  • Inconel 600 Wire – Exhibiting high strength and good corrosion resistance, it performs well in applications in a wide range of temperatures from cryogenic up to 2000° F. It is cold drawn and meets QQ-W-390 standards.
  • Iconel 718 Wire - A cold drawn alloy that exhibits high strength, good corrosion resistance, and good weldability. It is precipitation hardened after fabrication and performs well in temperatures up to 1300° F.
  • Inconel X-750- Exhibiting good strength and corrosion resistance, it performs well in applications in a wide range of temperatures from cryogenic up to 1290° F. It is cold drawn and meets AMS 5698 and AMS 5699 standards.

General Wire Spring is proud of our reputation for delivering custom high temperature alloy springs quickly, to your specifications, and at competitive prices. Whether you need a prototype or full production run, we can provide you a custom spring that will meet your exact needs. Call today to see how we can solve your stainless steel spring manufacturing challenge.