ANNEALED SPRING STEEL Product Specifications

Annealed spring steel is an exceptional “general use” steel variety, which can be utilized in any number of applications. Our annealed spring steel is available in thicknesses ranging from 0.010 to 0.187.

AISI 1050 Annealed Spring Steel

Our AISI 1050 annealed spring steel is the most cost-effective option. It can be heat treated for additional hardness, and is easily formed. Out of our available spring steels, AISI 1050 has the lowest carbon content.

AISI 1074 and AISI 1075 Annealed Spring Steel

We offer both AISI 1074 and AISI 1075 annealed spring steel. Our 1074/1075 spring steel is spheroidized for greater formability and features medium carbon content.

AISI 1095 Annealed Steel

Mead Metals’ AISI 1095 delivers the greatest fatigue values and elasticity of any of our available annealed spring steels. AISI 1095 offers the best quality of all our annealed spring steels and it features the highest carbon content.

Annealed Spring Steel Value-Add Services

We perform a range of value-add services as well, adding to our annealed spring steel products. We provide the following services prior to shipment, allowing your product to be delivered in the state your project requires:

  • Precision slit
  • Edge roll
  • Cut-to-length
  • Shear

minimum order quantity

In order to provide a minimum order quantity to suit metal product orders of all sizes, Mead Metals has developed a MOQ policy. Every metal product we provide has its own MOQ, and for cold rolled strip steel, our MOQ is 30-60#. While we can and will support orders for quantities smaller than this, the minimum lot charge will remain the same for any quantities ordered at or below a metal’s MOQ. Additional variables do apply depending on material thickness, width, and additional processing. 

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