SPIROL is a technical resource that provides high quality components that improve the quality of your assembly, extend the life of your products and reduce your manufacturing costs. They are leading manufacturer of engineered fasteners, installation machines, a...
SPIROL is a technical resource that provides high quality components that improve the quality of your assembly, extend the life of your products and reduce your manufacturing costs.
They are leading manufacturer of engineered fasteners, installation machines, and parts feeding equipment producing over two billion components annually. Products include: Coiled Spring Pins, Slotted Spring Pins, Solid Pins, Disc Springs, Alignment Dowels and Bushings, Spacers, Compression Limiters, Threaded Inserts for Plastics, Precision Shims and Washers, Pin and Insert Installation Equipment, and Vibratory Parts Feeders.
In addition to high quality products, SPIROL has Application Engineers throughout the world to assist you in your designs, supported by state-of-the-art manufacturing centers and worldwide stocking facilities to simplify the logistics of delivering your product.
SPIROL can be found on 4 continents within the following 12 countries: Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Korea, Mexico, Poland, Spain, United States.
Involve SPIROL Engineering early in the design stage of your next project!
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Coiled Spring Pins Offer a Unique Balance of Strength and Flexibility
Is stronger always better? This White Paper directly compares Coiled Spring Pins to Solid Pins and details why having a balance between strength and flexibility will prolong the useful life of an assembly. Download your free White Paper today!
How to Maintain Joint Integrity When Converting from Metal to Plastic
The weakest sections of many plastic part designs are the joints and assembly points. During screw assembly of mating components, the screw has to be tightened with sufficient torque to produce the recommended axial tension load between the host component and the threads of the screw in order to prevent loosening. A common problem with bolted joints is that plastics are susceptible to creep or stress relaxation. Under loads well below the elastic limit, plastics will lose their ability to maintain a load. When this occurs, the threaded connection becomes loose.
SPIROL Introduces the Mark VI Controller for the Series 2000 High Performance Feed Systems
SPIROL is pleased to announce the redesigned Mark VI controller for their Series 2000 High Performance Feed Systems. The Mark VI Controller introduces a 7” touchscreen display with 50 recipe storage capacity and Ethernet interface for r...10 Apr 2017
SPIROL Brazil Receives 2015 ALBÉA Supplier of the Year Award
SPIROL Brazil is pleased to announce the receipt of ALBÉA's Supplier of the Year Award for 2015. SPIROL was ranked with the best performance among more than 80 suppliers in the combined metrics for quality, logistics, commercial and engineering.23 Jan 2017
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