Spring Design and Manufacturing for Varied Applications

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Needed in many applications in which coils must stretch to store energy, provide resistance to a pulling force, or provide a restoring force. They are usually close wound, meaning that each coil is held tightly against adjacent coils.

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Coil springs designed to apply or resist a twisting (torsional) force around a center point. They can also be manufactured with two sets of coils wound in opposite directions around the same center axis. These are referred to as "double torsion springs."

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A type of coil spring wound with spacing between the coils so that they can be compressed from their free length to a shorter operating length. This allows the spring to store energy and provide a force or pressure.

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Coming in all shapes and sizes, from the simplest retaining rings to more complex wire brackets. Wire Rings can be either single coil (with or without a gap) or multiple coil. They can be round, oval, oblong like a chain link, multi-sided like a stop sign or...


Pattinsons Springs was first established by Damian and Diane Pattinson. Trading as D.N and D Pattinson in 1979, they were making all of the springs by hand.


Since then the business has taken many turns. After 32 years as sole traders Diane and Damian felt that the time was right to step back.


In August 2011, Adam and Leanne Pattinson purchased the business and Pattinson Springs was established.


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Springs for hopper bins, load absorbing springs.


Press and die springs, assorted machinery springs.


Industrial laundry baskets.


Bar equipment, tap ware.


Varied applications, paint hooks.


Boat accelerator springs, seat springs.


Surgical equipment.


We supply to some of Australia’s top Pilate’s Machine Manufacturer’s.


Carbon Range 2

Carbon steel, also called plain-carbon steel, is a metal alloy, a combination of two elements, iron and carbon, where other elements are present in quantities too small to affect the properties.

Range 2 Galvanised

Galvanised steel has undergone a process of galvanisation - applying a protective zinc coating to steel or iron, to prevent rusting.

Stainless Steel 304

Type 304 stainless steels can meet a wide variety of physical requirements, making them excellent materials for applications, including springs.

Stainless Steel 316

Type 316 stainless steels are an austenitic chromium-nickel stainless and heat-resisting steel with superior corrosion resistance as compared to other chromium-nickel steels.

Music wire

Piano wire, or "music wire", is a specialized type of wire made for use in piano strings. It is made from tempered high-carbon steel, also known as spring steel.

Chrome Silicon

The alloy spring steels have a definite place in the field of spring materials, particularly for conditions involving high stress and for applications where shock or impact loading occurs.

Chrome Vanadium

Chromium-vanadium steel refers to steel alloys incorporating carbon, manganese, phosphorus, sulphur, silicon, chromium, and vanadium.

Mild Steel

Mild steel is the least expensive of all steel and the most common steel used. Used in nearly every type of product created from steel, it is weldable, very hard and, although it easily rusts, very durable.