Galvanized Residential Garage Door Torsion Spring

Zinc-galvanized springs are subjected to the hot-dip galvanization process. This process involves immersing the steel spring in a vat of molten zinc at extremely high temperatures. Many people choose zinc-galvanized torsion springs because of their incredible resistance to rust and corrosion and offer a longer lifespan than most oil-tempered springs.

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Material: Meet ASTM A229 Standard
Inside diameter :1 3/4’, 2’, 2 5/8’, 3 3/4’, 5 1/4’, 6’
Length : Welcome to custom all kind of length
Product type: Galvanized torsion spring with cones Coated: Galvanized Wire
Assembly service life : 18,000 cycles
Manufacturer warranty: 3 years
Package: Wooden case


High-lift and vertical-lift doors
· Roll-out garage doors on tracks
· Heavy-duty overhead doors at industrial loading docks
· Hinged garage doors
· Most other styles of residential and commercial automatic and manual garage doors
. Residential Sectional Garage Doors

Torsion spring counterbalance the weight of your shutter door to ensure easy lifting.

Technical Data

Torsion springs are tough coiled springs placed on a metal rod. This metal rod lies parallel to the garage door. Because they are tightly coiled, torsion springs store a lot of energy, which is generated and transferred to the springs as the garage door moves. Torsion springs make it easier for the garage door to open and close. As the door opens, the springs uncoil, releasing energy that opens the garage door. There are two types of torsion springs:

  • Standard. This type is usually mounted on the garage door. It is cheaper and mostly used for residential garage doors.
  • Torque Master. Because these springs remain in place, they are considered the safest.

We offer a wide selection of zinc-galvanized torsion springs in 1.75” and 2” diameters in multiple wire sizes ranging from 0.192, 0.207, 0.218, 0.225, 0.234, 0.243, 0.250, 0.262 to 0.272.

Garage Door Torsion Spring Lifecycle

As the door is opened and closed over time, the steel in the springs can start to weaken as the door gradually becomes too heavy for them, rendering them less effective. The springs will eventually break, leaving the door closed. Torsion springs can also be affected by rust and cold weather. The average garage door torsion springs will last somewhere between 5-7 years, and should last around 18,000 cycles. So, if you open and close your garage door 3-5 times a day for over 365 days in a year, you should get plenty of life out of your torsion springs.
Tianjin Wangxia Garage Door Torsion Springs are manufactured from high-tensile, oil-tempered spring wire, meeting ASTM A229 and lasting nearly 18,000 cycles.

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