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Metric and imperial springs for pharmaceutical industries

Springs from Lee Spring suited to medical and related pharmaceutical applications where reliability and precision are essential, and potentially life critical factors

Springs from Lee Spring are suited to medical and related pharmaceutical applications where reliability and precision are essential, and potentially life critical factors.

Standard spring designs available ex-stock include metric and imperial wire designs including ReduxT, Wave spring, Torsion spring and Extension spring formats.

These springs are beneficial to companies for use in delivery systems including automated drug control, syringes and intravenous valve controls.

Springs and fasteners are also often used in medical and surgical devices such as staple guns, catheter valves and anaesthetic infusion; also for wider ranging pharmaceutical manufacturing such as bottling, fluid/air handling, packaging, equipment manipulation, eg balancing, cushioning of movement, stroke/return, soft handling of materials.

Aligned with their ex-stock offering Lee Spring offers an expert custom design service employing a wide range of materials, including exotics, to suit very specific application requirements.

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