Spring Steel

Spring Steel is typically used because of its’ high yield strengths, resistance to deformation and its ability to return to its original shape.

 

Spring Steel types vary widely in physical characteristics as well as cost. We can help you determine which type of Spring Steel is best suited to your application. Our Metal Technicians offer years of experience, have solid steel knowledge and a sincere desire to assist you.

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1074 / 1075 General Purpose Spring Steel Annealed Sheets

  • Meet ASTM A684

  • Can Be Heat Treated

  • Unpolished - Cold Rolled

  • Can Be Hardened To C64 Rockwell

  • Often Used For Springs & Shims

 1075 Spring Steel Rolls

Grade Shim Stock

  • Cold Rolled

  • Full Hard Temper

  • C41 - C51 Rockwell

  • Meet ASTM A682

  • Magnetic

1074 / 1075 General Purpose Spring Steel - Tempered Strips

  • Meet ASTM A684

  • Can Be Heat Treated

  • Unpolished - Cold Rolled

  • Can Be Hardened To C64 Rockwell

  • Often Used For Springs & Shims

1095 Spring Steel

Strips & Rolls Shim Stock

  • Cold Rolled - Polished

  • Full Hard Temper

  • C44 - C51 Rockwell

  • Meet ASTM A682

  • Magnetic

1095 Wear Resistant Spring Steel Annealed Sheets

  • High Carbon Content

  • Can Be Heat Treated

  • Unpolished - Cold Rolled

  • Can Be Hardened To C66 Rockwell

  • Often Used For Continual Stress Parts

1095 Wear Resistant Spring Steel Blue Tempered Strips & Sheets

  • C48 Rockwell

  • Thicknesses - 0.002" / 0.003" / 0.004" / 0.005" / 0.008" / 0.010" / 0.012" / 0.015" / 0.016" / 0.020" / 0.025" / 0.028" / 0.030" / 0.032" / 0.035" / 0.042" / 0.050" / 0.062"

 
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Syracuse, NY 13206-0134
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