|Place of Origin:||Shanghai, China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||20kg|
|Packaging Details:||Spool, Coil, Carton,Wooden case with plastic film as client's demands|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Composition:||Iron Chromium Aluminium||Colour:||Silver Grey|
|Model:||0Cr13Al4, 0Cr23Al5, 0Cr25Al5...||Magnetic:||No|
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Fecral Heat Resistant Alloys Spring 0.07 - 10mm For Current Sensing Resistor
1. Product Descrption and Classfication
The most common types of spring are:
Cantilever spring – a spring fixed only at one end.
Coil spring or helical spring – a spring (made by winding a wire around a cylinder) is of two types:
Tension or extension springs are designed to become longer under load. Their turns (loops) are normally touching in the unloaded position, and they have a hook, eye or some other means of attachment at each end.
Compression springs are designed to become shorter when loaded. Their turns (loops) are not touching in the unloaded position, and they need no attachment points.
Hollow tubing springs can be either extension springs or compression springs. Hollow tubing is filled with oil and the means of changing hydrostatic pressure inside the tubing such as a membrane or miniature piston etc. to harden or relax the spring, much like it happens with water pressure inside a garden hose. Alternatively tubing's cross-section is chosen of a shape that it changes its area when tubing is subjected to torsional deformation - change of the cross-section area translates into change of tubing's inside volume and the flow of oil in/out of the spring that can be controlled by valve thereby controlling stiffness. There are many other designs of springs of hollow tubing which can change stiffness with any desired frequency, change stiffness by a multiple or move like a linear actuator in addition to its spring qualities.
Volute spring - a compression coil spring in the form of a cone so that under compression the coils are not forced against each other, thus permitting longer travel.
Hairspring or balance spring – a delicate spiral spring used in watches, galvanometers, and places where electricity must be carried to partially rotating devices such as steering wheels without hindering the rotation.
Leaf spring – a flat spring used in vehicle suspensions, electrical switches, and bows.
V-spring – used in antique firearm mechanisms such as the wheellock, flintlock and percussion cap locks. Also door-lock spring, as used in antique door latch mechanisms.
Other types include :
Belleville washer or Belleville spring – a disc shaped spring commonly used to apply tension to a bolt (and also in the initiation mechanism of pressure-activated landmines)
Constant-force spring — a tightly rolled ribbon that exerts a nearly constant force as it is unrolled
Gas spring – a volume of compressed gas
Ideal Spring – a notional spring used in physics—it has no weight, mass, or damping losses. The force exerted by the spring is proportional to the distance the spring is stretched or compressed from its relaxed position.
Mainspring – a spiral ribbon shaped spring used as a power store in clockwork mechanisms: watches, clocks, music boxes, windup toys, and mechanically powered flashlights
Negator spring – a thin metal band slightly concave in cross-section. When coiled it adopts a flat cross-section but when unrolled it returns to its former curve, thus producing a constant force throughout the displacement and negating any tendency to re-wind. The most common application is the retracting steel tape rule.
Progressive rate coil springs – A coil spring with a variable rate, usually achieved by having unequal pitch so that as the spring is compressed one or more coils rests against its neighbour.
Rubber band – a tension spring where energy is stored by stretching the material.
Spring washer – used to apply a constant tensile force along the axis of a fastener.
Torsion spring – any spring designed to be twisted rather than compressed or extended. Used in torsion bar vehicle suspension systems.
Wave spring – any of many wave shaped springs, washers, and expanders, including linear springs—all of which are generally made with flat wire or discs that are marcelled according to industrial terms, usually by die-stamping, into a wavy regular pattern resulting in curvilinear lobes. Round wire wave springs exist as well. Types include wave washer, single turn wave spring, multi-turn wave spring, linear wave spring, marcel expander, interlaced wave spring, and nested wave spring.
|Model||M type, U type, N type|
|Wire material||Maganese copper ,Constantan copper,Nickel alloy|
|Wire shape||Circle wire, flat wire|
|Certificate||ISO9001 ISO14001 ISO/TS16949 CQC ROHS|
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