AAAA Specialties 3030 Huron St.
Denver, CO 80202
Website:
www.AAAAspecialties.com
Toll Free: 800-466-1288 Phone: 303-296-1288
Fax: 303-296-1289
Email:
info@aaaaspecialties.com

AAAA Specialties Inc. – Industrial Springs Leader AAAA Specialities Inc. is a family owned business; founded in 1962 it has become a recognized leader in the field of manufacturing industrial springs and associated services. This corporation prides itself on producing the best possible quality of springs and complimenting it with excellent service and support. Their foundation has been developed by a thorough knowledge of the industry and experience gained over more than 50 years. They have an inherent confidence in their professional and efficient capabilities and an acute awareness of what the customer demands. Their development has been structured and has been contributed to by a strong customer base, which shows their satisfaction by an impressive amount of repeat business. They continuously strive to enhance their overall quality, from the products to communicating with their customers. It is a corporation with heart and they welcome and appreciate every opportunity they are given, to show their particular class of workmanship and service. This is supported by highly trained and skilled personnel, who are an integral part of this business and are recognized as such. Commitment to customers is vital in the highly competitive business world of today. AAAA Specialities Inc. have from their foundation, has always been to maintain contact with customers. It is also their policy to provide them with up-to-date, accurate information as and when necessary. This has been part of the formula for creating and sustaining long term business relationships. It has contributed to the success of this family corporation, with the size…

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AAAA Specialties – A family owned industrial springs manufacturing company AAAA Specialties is a famous family owned company launched in 1962. Ever since, the business has been one of the most important names in the area of industrial springs manufacturing and services. AAAA Specialties offers first-class springs, as well as excellent customer service. Clients are very satisfied with the products and services supplied by this company, since its staff has always struggled to meet every single requirement. Among the products provided by the business one can find high quality compression springs, extension springs, wire forms, as well as torsion springs. During the last 49 years, the company has developed and thrived, and this has been possible thanks to the loyalty of its clients. AAAA Specialties does its best in order to cater to everyone’s needs and finish every project that is assigned to it. The company wants to be seen as a partner by its clients, so its operations personnel are always eager to advice you and help you choose the product that you need. Besides, the business offers quick delivery, so your order will be shipped really fast. AAAA Specialties is aware of the fact that communication is a key element when it comes to its success, so its staff possesses excellent communications skills that are mandatory in order to understand the needs of the clients. Plus, clear, well-timed and precise communications are the basis for durable and flourishing business relationships. Clients keep coming back to AAAA Specialties every time they deal with spring…

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Industrustrial Compression Springs Vs. Extension Springs AAAA Specialties focuses on the manufacturing of industrial springs. They manufacture custom springs; however they focus on two main categories of industrial springs: The compression spring and the extension spring. Both types of springs serve a specific purpose and are used in very different ways. What are the differences in compression springs and extension springs? The name of each spring contains very essential hints to the application of each industrial spring. The Compression spring is used to compress or reduce shock. These can commonly be found on cars in the suspension system or any component of a machine that endures a lot of shock or heavy weight abruptly. These springs are made of a larger gauge than their counterpart the extension spring. They are also not wound nearly as tight to ensure maximum shock is absorbed. The goal of AAAA specialties is to create a spring with the most possible elastic composition to, and is measured by the potential elastic energy that is stored when the spring is compressed or shock is applied. The Extension spring is very different and almost opposite of the Extension Spring. The gauge is drastically smaller for reasons of pushing out or keeping components from touching each other. This prevents wear and tear. A cheap spring will not contain much elasticity and will wear down much quicker than a high quality industrial spring from AAAA specialties. The most obvious type of extension spring seen in every day life would be the trampoline. The coils…

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Extension and Compression Springs by AAAA Specialties, Inc. A spring is defined as an elastic object used to store mechanical potential energy. When a spring is compressed or stretched the spring exerts a force tht is proportional o its change in length. Springs are used for a variety of applications including suspension on vehicles and some writing pens. Many types of springs exist and can be categorized or classified depending on how the load force is applied to them. Extension, or tension, springs and compression springs are two of the most common types. An extension spring is designed to operate with a tension load, meaning the spring stretches as the load is applied to it. The purpose of an extension spring is to hold two different components together. One common example of extension springs are the springs found on a trampoline. The extension spring contains the most potential energy when the coils of the spring stretch to their limits. Overextension of an extension spring can cause damage. If an extension spring is stretched past its natural limits it cannot return to its original condition. A few common applications for extension springs include window components, appliances, and lawn and garden equipment. A compression spring works differently, almost the opposite of the extension spring. A compression spring is designed to operate with a compression load. The spring will get shorter as a load is applied to it. Compression springs are used when two parts of a single machine need to be protected from unnecessary shock. A good…

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Choosing the Best Industrial Springs for Your Project From AAAA Specialties, Inc. A wide variety of types of industrial springs are available from custom spring manufacturers including, compression springs, extension springs, torsion springs, wire spring forms, spring clips, spring washers and constant coil springs. All of these springs can be custom formed to fit any type of application for any project. Industrial springs serve a variety of purposes, helping to solve problems and maximize efficiency in processing, manufacturing and industrial applications. Industrial springs are used in a large number of industries and markets. Some examples of some of the most common include: Industrial Automotive Aerospace and Aviation Medical Transportation Printing Industrial Defense and Military Sports Equipment and Toys Heavy Construction Machinery Lawn and Garden Hardware Appliances Electrical Depending on the use and application, Industrial springs can be made of a variety of types of metals including; steel, alloy, aluminum, titanium, phosphor, bronze copper, stainless steel, and more. After the type of metal that will be used for the industrial spring is known, a finish must be chosen. Several choices for the finish are available. Some of the most common include; black oxide, painted, passivated, plain, yellow zinc, and clear zinc (silver). A variety of special finishing and processing applications are also available including plating, rust prevention coating, hardening or tempering, and powder coating. Since 1962, AAAA Specialties has been and continues to be a leader in the industrial springs manufacturing field. AAAA Specailties can help you develop custom designs and solutions for your specific requirements…

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Custom Compression Spring A Compression spring is an open-wound, helical springs that exert a load or force when compressed. They are typically cylindrical but can be conical, barrel shaped, or hourglass form. The ends can be open only, open and ground, closed only, or closed and ground. Specifications Compression Spring Materials Beryllium Copper Chrome Silicon Chrome Vinadium Elgiloy Hard Drawn Inconel 600 Inconel 718 Inconel X750 Monel 400 Monel K-500 Music Wire Oil Tempered Phosphor Bronze and Brass Stainless Steel 17-7 Stainless Steel 302 Stainless Steel 316 Compression Spring Finishing Black Oxide Painted Passivate Plain Yellow Zinc Clear Zinc (Silver) Compression Spring Wire Size 0.008 to 0.562 in 0.203 to 14.275 mm Larger Sizes Available Upon Request Compression Spring Diameter 0.030 to 10.00 in 0.762 to 254 mm Larger Sizes Available Upon Request Compression Spring Wire Size 0.008 to 0.562 in 0.203 to 14.275 mm Larger Sizes Available Upon Request Number of Coils 1 to 1000+ Compression Spring Free Length 0.008 to 1200 in 0.2032 to 30480 mm Larger Sizes Available Upon Request Direction of Wind Left Right Compression Spring End Types Closed End Ground Closed End Unground Open End Ground Open End Unground Compression Spring Forms Barrel Conical Straight Hourglass Industries Served Aerospace Agricultural Automotive Aviation Chemical Construction Electrical Electronics Fitness Equipment Food Processing Machinery Marine Medical Mining Oil, Gas, Petroleum Optical Packaging Pharmaceutical Railroad Safety Solar Sporting and many more Request Information Downloads Compression Spring Specification Form(PDF, 33 KB)

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Custom Wire Forms We are capable of manufacturing custom wire forms in a variety of shapes and sizes. Manufacturing is available in round wire or strip design. Specifications Wire Form Materials Beryllium Copper Chrome Silicon Chrome Vinadium Elgiloy Hard Drawn Inconel 600 Inconel 718 Inconel X750 Monel 400 Monel K-500 Music Wire Oil Tempered Phosphor Bronze and Brass Stainless Steel 17-7 Stainless Steel 302 Stainless Steel 316 Wire Form Finishing Black Oxide Painted Passivate Plain Yellow Zinc Clear Zinc (Silver) Black Zinc Plate Wire Form Wire Size 0.008 to 0.562 in 0.203 to 14.275 mm Larger Sizes Available Upon Request Industries Served Aerospace Agricultural Automotive Aviation Chemical Construction Electrical Electronics Fitness Equipment Food Processing Machinery Marine Medical Mining Oil, Gas, Petroleum Optical Packaging Pharmaceutical Railroad Safety Solar Sporting and many more Request Information

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Extension Springs Extension springs are tight wound, helical springs that create a resistance to a pulling force. These springs are wound with an initial tension that holds the coils together. Initial tension is the force it takes to separate the coils. We can make these springs with machine hooks or loops, cross-over hooks or loops, extended hooks, swivel hooks, or any other type to fit your application. Specifications Extension Spring Materials Beryllium Copper Chrome Silicon Chrome Vinadium Elgiloy Hard Drawn Inconel 600 Inconel 718 Inconel X750 Monel 400 Monel K-500 Music Wire Oil Tempered Phosphor Bronze and Brass Stainless Steel 17-7 Stainless Steel 302 Stainless Steel 316 Extension Spring Finishing Black Oxide Painted Passivate Plain Yellow Zinc Clear Zinc (Silver) Extension Spring Wire Size 0.008 to 0.562 in 0.203 to 14.275 mm Larger Sizes Available Upon Request Extension Spring Diameter 0.030 to 10.00 in 0.762 to 254 mm Larger Sizes Available Upon Request Number of Coils 1 to 1000+ Extension Spring Free Length 0.008 to 1200 in 0.2032 to 30480 mm Larger Sizes Available Upon Request Direction of Wind Left Right Extension Spring End Types Hooks Loops Swivels Extension Spring Type of Loops Machines Hooks Crossover Single Full Loop Double Full Loop Side Hooks Extended Machine Cut Tapered Industries Served Aerospace Agricultural Automotive Aviation Chemical Construction Electrical Electronics Fitness Equipment Food Processing Machinery Marine Medical Mining Oil, Gas, Petroleum Optical Packaging Pharmaceutical Railroad Safety Solar Sporting and many more Request Information Downloads Extension Springs Specification Form(PDF, 32 KB)

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Torsion Springs Torsion springs are helical coil springs that exert a torque or rotary force. Torsion springs are wound clockwise or counter clockwise so that the deflection causes the spring to wind up from the free position. Torsion springs reduce in diameter as they wind up and their body length becomes longer. Torsion springs are typically tight wound but can be produced with pitch in them to reduce friction. These springs should be supported by a rod thru the center whenever possible. The legs on these springs vary greatly. Our machinery allows us to make a wide variety of bends and angles on the legs to meet many requirements including the double torsion spring. Specifications Torsion Spring Materials Beryllium Copper Chrome Silicon Chrome Vinadium Elgiloy Hard Drawn Inconel 600 Inconel 718 Inconel X750 Monel 400 Monel K-500 Music Wire Oil Tempered Phosphor Bronze and Brass Stainless Steel 17-7 Stainless Steel 302 Stainless Steel 316 Torsion Spring Finishing Black Oxide Painted Passivate Plain Yellow Zinc Clear Zinc (Silver) Torsion Spring Wire Size 0.008 to 0.562 in 0.203 to 14.275 mm Larger Sizes Available Upon Request Torsion Spring Diameter 0.030 to 10.00 in 0.762 to 254 mm Larger Sizes Available Upon Request Number of Coils 1 to 1000+ Torsion Spring Body Length .016 in and up depending on wire size Direction of Wind Left Right Torsion Spring Length of Legs Depending on wire size Torsion Spring Type of Legs Hinge Ends Short Hook Ends Straight Offset Ends Straight Torsion Ends Torsion Spring Forms Double Single Industries Served…

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