Compression Springs

When it comes to pressure springs, patented cold-ground wires, high-strength stainless wire, multi-wire and tempered valve in the highest-strength oil can be produced from all materials up to valve spring wire quality. In our company, we have the ability to work with any material from wire thicknesses within the diameter range of 0,20 to 8.00 mm. We can offer our customers a wide range of surface operations such as CR+ 3 zinc plated, Black oxide, Nickel coating and cataphoretic Paint. Grinding on springs, Cloning (Shot Peening) is done in our own constitution.

What are the dimensions of the mounting clearance to which the spring is placed?
What diameter should “De” and which length “L0” be or should “L0” be available to mount the spring? The spring springs are installed preloaded, which means that when the spring is stationary, it creates a certain preload force. This force is called “F1” (preloaded spring force). In the case of tension, the required spring force must also be specified "F2" (tensioned spring force). The corresponding spring deflections "S1" and "S2" or spring lengths "L1" and "L2" are then specified for these two spring forces. In particular, for dynamic loads, the “sh” spring constant, which defines the spring travel between “s1” and “s2” or between “L1” and “L2” is important. The smaller the spring constant, the better the dynamic load capacity of the spring.