- Stainless Steel Spring Wire
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- Compression spring
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- Torsion spring
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Stainless Steel Helical Torsion Spring
Stainless Steel Torsion Spring
Austenitic Stainless Spring Wire
Stainless steel wire torsion spring
A torsion spring is a type of spring that works by torsion or twisting; that is, it stores energy in the form of rotational energy. When it is twisted, it creates a force that tries to restore the spring to its original position. Torsion springs are generally made out of stiffer metals such as steel or stainless steel because they need to be able to withstand the high forces without deforming.
A torsion spring is a type of spring that works by torsion or twisting; that is, a flexible elastic object that stores mechanical energy. It is made of an elastic material twisted around a central axis. When the spring is twisted, it stores energy and when it is released, it unwinds, releasing the stored energy.
The amount of force required to twist the spring is proportional to the amount of twist, and so the torsion spring can be used as a linear actuator. The springs are commonly used in clocks and other devices where a small rotating force must be applied continuously or intermittently.
A torsion spring is a type of spring that works by torsion or twisting; that is, it stores energy in the form of rotational force. When it is twisted, it produces a force (actually torque) in the opposite direction, proportional to the amount of twist.
Torsion springs are commonly used in door locks and clutches.