Lee Spring Expands Lite Pressure™ Spring Series for 2016
Lee Spring, a global leader in stock and custom springs, announces an expansion to their Lite Pressure™ stock spring series. The Lite Pressure™ series consists of compression springs that offer responsive action under light load conditions. The product line expansion adds more choice of springs w...
Lee Spring, a global leader in stock and custom springs, announces an expansion to their Lite Pressure™ stock spring series. The Lite Pressure™ series consists of compression springs that offer responsive action under light load conditions. The product line expansion adds more choice of springs with larger outside diameters and even lighter pressure springs, with new springs now available in 1 psi, 2 psi, 3 psi and 4 psi ranges. The Lite Pressure™ full series now includes springs in the 1 psi to 15 psi range with incremental choices in between.
The Lite Pressure™ series is ideal when a relatively low spring rate or workable load is needed in dimensions not normally available in a conventional compression spring. This makes the Lite Pressure™ Series more responsive or sensitive to lighter loads than conventional compression springs. The springs are made of passivated and ultrasonically cleaned Stainless Steel type 316 for excellent corrosion resistance. “By expanding our stock range and having more selection in inventory, we are eliminating the need for a customer to wait on a custom designed spring” states Lee Spring CEO Steve Kempf. Steve continues, “having a product that can meet a very specific need in stock and available for shipment is a great advantage to an engineer or buyer that is trying to test or source a product”.
Lee Spring manufactures compression, extension, torsion and specialty springs, including both a line of 23,000+ stock catalog products ready for immediate shipment and custom springs made to customer specifications. Lee Spring also has a knowledgeable team of engineers ready to assist with the design process.
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Published by Lee Spring on 2 Feb 2016
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