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Protect hoses with springs, supports

Protect hoses with springs, supports

Myers Spring Company offers hose guards and supports to protect valuable parts.

Keeping hoses from kinking, or getting crushed is important, and Myers Spring Company offers help with a range of hose guards and supports to add reinforcements for any size hose. The company reports that many industries can be served with both off-the-shelf and custom solutions, and the company offers guards with several options for coatings including Epoxy and Acrylic e-Coat, Power Coad, Pre-plated wire and zinc plating. Stainless steel is also an option for some wire ranges.

Myers Spring Company offers guards for big hoses, and smaller, more precise springs for specialty needs.

In addition, the company produces fine wire precision springs with wire diameters ranging from 0.006-inch to 0.719-inch. These springs are produced from a wide range of materials and are key components for a variety of products including high-tech precision instruments, military applications, industrial, automotive, ag equipment, appliance and other products.

If you're interested in more information about hose guards and supports, call 574-753-5105 or visit

Source: Myers Spring Company

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