Springs help to keep agriculture and horticulture growing
Machines in agriculture, arable farming, horticulture, fruit growing, greenhouse production and animal husbandry often work on uneven surfaces and must be able to carry out smooth and steady operations on them. For example, hay tedders have spring tines and there are long coil springs in potato harvesters.
A constant stock of standard springs is just as essential for maintenance and repairs as it is for making new agricultural machinery.
Do you build machines for which you need springs in very specific sizes or versions? Or do you have to repair machines with springs that differ from standard dimensions?