## Design spring body

Metal springs are used in various designs. In addition to the cylindrical design, which is most commonly used, there is also the conical, barrel-shaped design or for special ones dynamic Compression spring applications the beehive spring. Each design has a

## Conical compression springs

With conical compression springs, the diameter of the changes Design towards the ends, that is, gets bigger or smaller. They are mainly used when the installation space is limited in the axial direction. The specialty: the coils of conical compression

## Tension springs yard goods offer

Tension springs by the meter are tension spring strands without eyelets with a total length of 1000 mm. The tension springs sold by the meter can be cut individually to any desired length. In order to enable the eyelets to

## Types of stress compression springs

Before interpreting the Compression spring It should basically be clarified whether the intended type of stress is static, quasi-static or dynamic. Static or quasi-static stress Time-constant (resting) load or time-changing load with less than 10,000 strokes in total or small

## Hookese’s Law

Hookesche’s law describes the elastic deformation of solids in a linear special case of the Elasticity Act. In this process, the elastic force of the body changes with stretching or squeezing. When applying compression springs, extension springs and torsion springs

## Calculate spring force

The spring force – also known as the tension force – arises when an elastic body is pulled apart or compressed – for example one Metal spring made of spring steel wire . An opposing force acts in it, which

## Compression springs according to DIN 2098

The DIN 2098 standard includes a selection of cold formed cylindrical compression springs From 0.1 to 10 mm wire thickness in 525 standardized compression spring dimensions. The compression springs are of quality grade 2 according to DIN EN 15800 from

## Calculate shear stress

After determining the spring dimensions, the Proof of strength be guided. For this purpose, the existing shear stress is determined.   Shear stress for compression springs Shear stress compression spring from force:   Shear stress Compression spring from displacement:

## Selection of safety elements

Safety elements are small, almost inconspicuous machine components that are used in almost every construction. The form-fitting components act as guide elements to protect and limit other machine parts against axial play. The security elements are available in many designs.

## Spring work

In the spring work “ W “ becomes through when tensioning the spring Deformation work potential energy generated and stored, which is released again when the spring is released. The spring work always results as the area below the Spring