Composite springs contribute to sustainability in multiple ways, aligning with environmentally conscious practices. One key aspect is their manufacturing process, which typically involves a lower carbon footprint compared to the production of traditional steel springs. The use of composite materials helps reduce overall vehicle weight, leading to improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions, thereby contributing to a greener and more sustainable transportation sector. Additionally, the corrosion resistance of composite springs enhances their durability, resulting in longer product lifespans and reduced waste from premature replacements. As the automotive and manufacturing industries continue to prioritize sustainability, the adoption of composite springs represents a positive step toward more eco-friendly and efficient systems.


We have measureable results against steel spring competitors.


Filament winding manufacturing technology offers a sustainable low CO2 footprint.

Sag Resistance

Composite springs have a proven track record of not sagging over time compared with steel springs.


Testing results show composite springs resist corrosion and last longer than steel springs.

Weight Savings

Hendrickson heavy-duty composite springs are up to 50 percent lighter than traditional class-8 springs.

Corvette Spring

Carbon Footprint

Our process offers several advantages, including the ability to create complex shapes, excellent strength-to-weight ratios, and precise control over material placement. It is a versatile method widely used in the production of composite components, including springs, to meet various needs in the transportation industry.