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Services-Omni coil

Comprehensive Spring Manufacturing Services for Industries Worldwide

OmniCoil Spring Works Inc. provides custom prototyping and spring manufacturing for a wide range of industries across Canada and throughout the rest of the world.

 

Our equipment allows us to manufacture commercial-grade springs in a wide range of sizes. Our stock of materials ranges in size from 0.08” and up, in many different grades. We also stock many different materials, including music wire, oil tempered, chrome silicon, hard drawn, stainless steel type 302, 17-7, 316, Inconel X, and many more.

This allows us to be very flexible in what we can create for you. We can manufacture anything from a single prototype up to mass manufacture of millions. Plus, our quality control department will ensure your springs are tested and inspected throughout the process, resulting in a product that will  exceed your expectations.

 

Our technical staff uses innovative spring design software that is verified by the Spring Manufacturer's Institute to assist you in bringing your concepts to reality. Additionally, we can work with your engineering and design departments to come up with a spring to suit your exact application.

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Our Services

Our services include:

  • Clear and Yellow Zinc Coating
    The zinc plating process is typically used to minimize the rate of corrosion. It is the process of covering our springs or other metal products with a layer of zinc plating to form a physical barrier to corrosion. It is a cost-effective method of protecting various types of metal.
  • Spring Design
    Our technical team will work with you to create a design that is functional, cost-efficient, and practical. At OmniCoil Spring Works Inc, we use innovative spring design software to assist our customers in developing concepts into reality. Once the design is completed, we have the capability to create a working prototype for R&D and testing purposes. Upon approval of the prototype specifications, our manufacturing team will produce your springs from one piece up to production run volumes.
  • E-Coating
    E-Coating (also known as electrocoating) is another common and cost-effective method by which our springs can be protected from corrosion. In this process, our springs are submerged into a special bath, after which electricity is used to deposit paint onto the spring.
  • Powder Coating
    The process of powder coating is used to coat metals, such as our springs. In this process, dry powder paint is applied to the surface of the springs which are then heated to cure the paint, creating an anti-corrosive barrier.
  • Shot Peening
    Shot peening is the process that involves blasting the surface of the spring with pellets at a high velocity (200 ft/s or greater). Each shot particle, with controlled shape and uniform size, acts as a peening hammer to cold-work the surface which greatly reduces the risk of fatigue failures which originate on the surface of the spring. Shot peening greatly increases the life cycle of the spring.
  • Passivation
    Passivation is the process of removing free iron or other contaminants from the surface of our springs. Free iron is transferred to the spring during normal production processes. The presence of free iron can cause oxidization, resulting in the formation of visible rust on the surface of our springs. Passivation resolves this issue by removing contaminants and promoting the uniform formation of the passive chromium oxide layer.
  • Special Packaging and Labeling
    At OmniCoil Spring Works Inc, we have the flexibility and capability to work with customers to meet all of your packaging requirements.
  • Heat Treating
    Heat treating is a process whereby steel products (such as our flat forms) are heated to high temperatures, quenched into a heat-abstracting bath to hold the steel at a selected temperature between 350-800 degrees Fahrenheit, then cooled to room temperature. The heat-treating process yields changes to hardness and ductility of the steel.
  • Set Removing (Pre-Setting)
    The process of closing to solid height a compression spring that has been coiled to a longer than desired finished length. The set-removing process increases the apparent elastic limits of the spring.
  • Stress Relieving
    In this process, our springs or wire forms are exposed to a low-temperature heat treatment to remove the residual stresses produced during the normal production of the spring or wire form itself. Stress relieving improves the shape memory of the spring or wire form and helps to minimize the chance of the spring taking a set during use.
  • Tensile Testing
    In this process, the product is pulled in opposite directions until it breaks. Tensile testing is done in order to determine information about overall strength and durability of the product.
  • Load Testing
    In order to load test a spring, we deflect the spring by a set parameter and record the results of this testing. At OmniCoil Spring Works Inc, we can test and tag your parts with critical load information. Additionally, we can supply load test reports with statistical data to ensure all your springs meet the required specifications.
  • Liquid Penetrant Inspection (LPI)
    Liquid penetrant inspection (LPI), also known as dye penetrant inspection (DPI) is the process of applying a penetrant to the surface of our springs to locate surface defects.
  • Rockwell Hardness Testing
    In Rockwell Hardness Testing, a diamond or ball indenter is applied to the surface of our springs under a set load to determine the degree of penetration into the wire.

Engineering

Our team of experts will work with you to design a spring that is functional, cost-effective, and practical. We make use of innovative Spring Manufacturer’s Institute Advanced Spring Design software to develop your concepts and bring them into reality. Once the design has been completed, our short-run spring experts can create a working prototype for R&D and testing. Once the prototypes are approved, our manufacturing team will produce your springs from one piece up to production run volumes. 

Spring Types

☑ Compression

☑ Extension

☑ Torsion

☑ Double torsion

☑ Volute

☑ Square wire
☑ Flat form
☑ Wire form
☑ Leaf 
☑ Die

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Industries We Serve

☑ Agriculture

☑ Chemical

☑ Commercial

☑ Consumer Goods

☑ Defense

☑ Do-It-Yourself

☑ Elevator Repair

☑ Energy

☑ Exercise & Bodybuilding

☑ Fabrication & Welding

☑ Farm Implementation

☑ Food & Beverage

☑ Hardware & Fasteners

☑ Home Repair

☑ Industrial

☑ Job Shops

☑ Logging

☑ Machine Repair

☑ Machining

☑ Medical

☑ Military

☑ Mining

☑ Nuclear

☑ Oil & Gas

☑ Packaging

☑ Pharmaceutical

☑ Power & Hand Tools

☑ Power Supply

☑ Prototyping

☑ Railroad

☑ Seismic Control

☑ Snow Removal

☑ Spraying Equipment

☑ Recreation

☑ Utilities

☑ Vibratory Control

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