These springs are made from high-quality materials such as chrome silicon, high carbon steel, and stainless steel. They are designed to withstand tremendous pressure and weight and can operate in harsh environments such as high temperatures, corrosion, and wear.
One of the significant advantages of heavy-duty compression springs is their versatility. They come in various sizes, fits, and configurations to cater to different applications' requirements. They are also easy to install and maintain, simplifying the operations and reducing machine downtime significantly.
Heavy-duty compression springs have multiple applications, including shock absorption, vibration reduction, and load-bearing. They are also useful in safety systems, dampening, and cushioning systems.