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Spring in several technical terms

    Spring processing, some commonly used terms in spring, for our customers who often deal with spring, may be more familiar. But I think we should only understand part of it, because we don’t need every kind of spring. We certainly know what we need. Let’s take a look at some common terms and definitions of springs.
    Spring: an elastic element that makes use of the elastic and structural characteristics of the material to maintain a specified relationship between deformation and load;
    Cylindrical spiral compression spring: cylindrical spiral spring bearing compression force;
    Cylindrical spiral extension spring: cylindrical spiral spring bearing tensile force;
    Cylindrical spiral torsion spring: cylindrical spiral spring bearing torsion moment;
    Unequal pitch cylindrical spiral spring: cylindrical spiral spring with unequal pitch;
    Ring spring: a spring composed of a plurality of three elastic rings with inner and outer conical surfaces;
    Compression type rubber spring: rubber spring bearing compression force;
    Torsion rubber spring: rubber spring that bears torsion moment.