Outdoor Power Equipment (OPE) Industry
Patrick Manufacturing is a leading producer of made-to-order precision springs & wire forms for the outdoor power equipment (OPE) industry. Patrick manufactures custom springs including: extension springs, torsion springs, compression springs, double-torsion springs, drawbar springs, flat springs & stampings and magazine springs for electric and gas powered outdoor power equipment. Wire forms and stampings are manufactuered in multislide / fourslide equipment and can include items such as brackets, bushings, clamps, collars, connectors, flat springs, friction plates, limiters, retainers, shims, shunts, spring clips, terminals, etc.
We manufacture high volume springs, wire forms and stampings for a variety of OPE manufacturers, making products such as:
- Push mowers
- Riding mowers
- Weed trimmers
- Hedge trimmers
- Snow blowers
- Power washers
- Utility carts
- All terrain utility vehicles - UTV's
- Recreational products
In addition to efficiently manufacturing springs, wire forms and stampings for this high-volume market, our production scheduling is expertly managed for this seasonal OPE market. We also work closely with engineers who may have space constraints or strength modifications and we give them options to achieve their goals. Most of the springs, wire forms and stampings used in outdoor power products require a finish or plating, as they are exposed to the elements. Patrick has excellent sources for quality plating in close proximity to our plant and helps to keep part costs down.
Patrick is an established OPE-respected spring manufacturer. We have been supplying this industry since our inception in 1984. Our pride is evident in the care and attention our valuable customers receive each and every day. It is our passion to provide our customers with the most economical production rates, and to supply your lines with free-flowing product on time and defect free.
As our ISO Certification proves, our comprehensive quality assurance policy ensures that your quality requirements are met. Probe sensing is used to support in-process inspection ensuring quality requirements are met. This attention to detail allows you and your customers to be assured that your projects are in capable hands. Certifications and PPAP’s are available upon request.