Springle Bells

It’s Starting to Look a Lot Like…Springs?

OK, now that December is here it’s obviously time to start thinking about the holidays. And for those who celebrate Christmas, what better way to spruce up your blue spruce than with some festive wire spring bells! These fun and totally awesome Christmas tree ornaments are pretty easy to make and are great for showing off your love of all things springs.

Continue reading »

 

Ajax Springs – Proudly Made in the U.S.A.

Ajax Springs is a three-generation old business and we take great pride in the fact that we are a fully domestic product. All manufacturing at Ajax is done in the United States. We also label, bar code, and package all of our springs in-house. We are a major supplier of stock springs to the MRO and OEM industry and have established accounts with many worldwide manufacturers.

Continue reading »

 

Trash to Treasure – More Amazing Spring Repurposing Ideas

The holiday season is here! Need some new ideas for timeless decorations? You don’t have to be an artsy craftsman; you just need a little imagination. Forget finding this year’s wreath at Home Depot. Instead, get creative and make one from your old bedsprings. And, when the holiday season is over, you can embellish the wreath however you want so it’s completely customizable to change with the seasons.

Continue reading »

 

Happy Thanksgiving!

From the Ajax Wire Specialty Company family to yours, have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Continue reading »

 

For the Young Engineer – Making Machines with Springs

It’s hard to believe it, but the holiday season is fast approaching. If you have an aspiring mechanical engineer in your life, then we have the perfect gift idea for you. Making Machines with Springs (Simple Machine Projects) by Chris Oxlade will provide a hands-on approach to understanding springs for your young scientist.

Continue reading »

 

Easily Find Spring Part Number Equivalents

If you’re looking for a new MRO or OEM spring supplier, look no further than Ajax Wire Specialty Company. Not only do we have thousands of in-stock part numbers of the most common springs ready to ship, we also have part number equivalents of some of the other most well known brands.

Continue reading »

 

We’ve Got “A Case of Spring Fever!”

Autumn may just be beginning, but here at Ajax we’ve already got a bad case of spring fever! And since we know you’re probably suffering just like us, we thought we’d share with you this critically acclaimed short film from 1940. It chronicles a day in the life of Gilbert Willoughby, a man foolish enough to wish for a world without springs.

Continue reading »

 

Springs Are the Main Component of a Garage Door

The garage door and the garage door spring, known as the torsion spring used in larger overhead doors or extension springs for residential garage doors, are the most vital and used parts of any garage. The torsion spring winds and unwinds every time the garage door opens and closes, whereas the extension spring expands and contracts. Each time the spring does this, it stores energy and uses energy to open and close the garage door. At the same time, each time it does this, the springs wear and tear. And that’s where Ajax Springs come in!

Continue reading »

 

Custom Spring Design is Our Specialty

With over 8 decades of experience, Ajax Wire Specialty Company has the engineering know-how to help you with your most challenging custom spring design specs. We’ve helped countless manufacturers design and produce literally thousands of custom springs for just about every application imaginable.

Continue reading »

 

Sure, We’ve Got Some Compression Springs

You already know that Ajax Wire Specialty Company is one of the most trusted names for MRO and OEM spring manufacturing. But how did we get that reputation? Many reasons. For starters, we know springs. We’re experts in the design and manufacture of these mechanisms, and have been helping manufacturers select and stock up on the right springs for their application for decades. But that’s not the only reason…

Continue reading »