Large Stainless Steel Compression Springs 45mm 40mm Diameter Aircraft Seat

Place of Origin Guangdong ,China
Brand Name Hershy Spring
Model Number HES-PC-001
Minimum Order Quantity 1000
Price USD+0.005~0.01+Piece/Pieces
Packaging Details Plastic bags for inner packing with cartons outside or according to the packing instruction of our customer
Delivery Time 15 work days
Payment Terms L/C, T/T, D/P, D/A, Western Union
Supply Ability 3000000+Piece/Poeces+Day
Product Details
Materials Steel Type Coil
Use Industrial Prouduct Name Compression Spring
Size Customized Size Wire Diameter 0.08mm-10mm
Color According To Customer Item Spring
Port ShenZhen Quality Good
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Product Description

large compression spring with heavy loaded used in aircraft seat manufacturer

Custom 1.5mm Titanium Steel Coil Mold Compression Spring With Flat End For Engine
Stainless Steel (SUS304,301.316 ect)
Paino/Music Wire
Carbon Steel or as required
Zinc ,Nickel ,copper ,black and so on
In different tempurture
All kinds of cars ,machinery, home appliance, electronic products, computers, power switches, sport equipment and more
Wire dia. Range


Large Stainless Steel Compression Springs 45mm 40mm Diameter Aircraft Seat 0





Q: How do I know if a spring is left hand or right hand wound?

---The best way to determine the direction of the spring is to use your right index finger and lay it over the spring.

If the end of the spring starts at the tip of your right index finger and proceed to wrap towards your palm,

this is considered a right hand wound spring. On the contrary, a left hand wound spring would start at

the tip of your left index finger and wrap towards your left palm.

Q: Dose it matter if a torsion spring is left or right hand would?

---Yes. A torsion spring should be coiled so that the spring would wind up as a load is applied. If the spring unwinds as a load is applied it should probably be coiled in the opposite direction.

Q: What is the proper deflection of a spring?

---Deflection refers to the distance a compression spring is compressed, the distance an extension spring in extended, and the distance a torsion spring is rotated. Every spring is designed with a certain amount of sage deflection. If a compression spring is compressed more than its safe deflection the spring will begin to take a set, and not to come back to its original height. If an extension spring is extended beyond its safe deflection the spring will begin to increase in length as it is returned to its original position. The same is the case with a torsion spring, if it is wound beyond its safe deflection it will take a set and not unwind to its original starting position.