Peterson Spring’s commitment to technological innovation has enabled them to implement CNC spring coiling in large wire diameters. CNC coiling technology allows Peterson to coil springs more quickly, with greater precision, and in a variety of profiles. Reduced set up time allows Peterson to accommodate a variety of order sizes including large production orders to small prototype orders.
Peterson Spring manufacture a complete lineup of high-force compression springs that are designed for use in applications where extreme temperatures are reached, typical of die-stamping or injection-molding operations. Other applications include: Casters, Clutches, Counterbalance, Conveyor tensioning, Hydraulic cylinders, Shock absorbers, Valve actuators
Peterson Spring has been an innovator within the industry for almost a century. As a major supplier to OEM, Tier 1, and aftermarket camshaft manufacturers, they design and build state-of-the art valve springs for all forms of applications as well as springs in fuel injectors, latch mechanisms for valvetrain components, springs in torque converters, and clutch assemblies.
CNC coiling technology allows Peterson to coil springs more quickly, with greater precision, and in a variety of profiles. Reduced set up time allows Peterson to accommodate a variety of order sizes including large production orders to small prototype orders.
Peterson Spring produces complicated clips, clamps, and hose clamps that are used across the automotive, appliance, agricultural, marine and lawn equipment industries among others. Peterson Spring is capable of manufacturing metal clips and brackets from alloy, stainless steel, cold rolled carbon steel, as well as from galvanized and other coated materials in both wire and strip form.
Just as springs are used as energy storage devices, various rings can be used in a similar fashion. Given their wide range of uses and flexibility, Peterson Spring boasts an unparalleled ability to fill the ring requirements of any client regardless of the industry. Peterson Spring uses custom-designed, state-of-the-art machines and equipment to produce a wide variety of rings.
Much like springs, flat springs and wire forms are generally fashioned from round wire or strip material, then bent into shapes engineered to meet a specific task. Leaf, beam and cantilever are the most common flat springs. Peterson Spring divisions have the state of the art multiform equipment necessary to shape forms for nearly every application.