Item Code: AEE-57
Our range of Coil Springs is also known as helical spring. Basically, these spring are mechanical devices which are used to store energy and accordingly release it. Apart from being used to absorb shock, these are also used to maintain a force between contacting surfaces. Our flaw-less assortment of coil springs provide ultimate resistance to several compressive forces and are selected for displaying high tensile strength and anti-corrosive properties.
Spring Design and Specifications:
Solid Height: The solid height of a coil spring is often referred as the length of the spring, when under sufficient load to bring forward all coils into contact with the adjoining coils and extra load which causes no further deflection. Solid height must be described by the clients as a maximum, with the potential and real number of coils in the spring to be ascertained by the spring manufacturer.
Compression Spring Ends: There are four basic types of compression spring ends as shown above. The particular type of ends specified affect the pitch, solid height, number of active and total coils, free length and seating characteristics of the spring.
End Coil Effects: A compression spring cannot be closed and ground so consistently that its ends will always be square (in parallel planes at right angles to its axis).
Squareness of Ends, Grinding, and Degree of Bearing: The squareness of compression spring ends influences the manner in which the axial force produced by the spring can be transferred to adjacent parts in a mechanism. There are some types of applications where open ends may be entirely suitable.
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