Compression springs are the most common and immediately recognizable springs of all. They are designed to act and resist compressive forces. As a "resilient" coil, the compression springs are reduced in length when pressurized and store the force exerted by the object. They can be manufactured in various shapes, sizes, with different ends or types of wires. We can locate them in a wide range of applications such as valves and electrical switches. The Compression springs consist of spirals with gaps between them and are very durable by nature because they receive linear force from both edges at the same time. They usually consist of round wire and rectangular wire depending on the use you are looking for. The performance of the Compression springs can be reduced or enhanced with extensions as well as their structural ratio. They can be used when extremely high loads or high enough temperatures are required and are resistant to adverse environmental conditions.