Compression Springs

Helical compression springs are the most popular spring configuration. The common form of compression spring is the straight cylindrical made from round wire; however, shaped, square or rectangular wires are used as well. Different applications may require conical, barrel, hourglass or straight cylindrical spring’s form. Such configurations are used to reduce solid height, buckling and surging, or to produce nonlinear load deflection characteristics. Rectangular wire is used to reduce solid height or increase the space efficiency of the design. Compression springs might have closed and /or ground ends depend on particular application.

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