Tension springs

Tension springs represent a simple, mechanical and cost-effective solution for all uncontrolled closing and return movements.

We provide our customers with a variety of different solutions. We attach particular importance to the best possible connection to the periphery, since the introduction of force usually forms the weak point of a tension spring, which limits its service life.

Our approaches are here:

  • Inlaid eyelets
  • Inserted screws
  • screw-in pieces
  • whole German eyelet
  • half German eyelet

In addition, we offer our customers numerous special treatments such as shot peening in the clamped state or coatings in order to adapt the tension spring perfectly to the respective application.

Freigestellte Nahaufnahme einer Zugfeder
Kleine Zugfeder - verfügbar bei der Dr. Werner Röhrs GmbH & Co. KG

To our spring inquiry form

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