Overview: Both ends of the tension spring can be fixed to other components. When these components are separated, the tension spring connects all the components together again. The tension spring can absorb and store energy, and it can also resist tension. The tightness of contact between adjacent coils is determined by the initial tension. The initial tension of the spring can be controlled to meet specific application requirements. The coils of the tension spring are close together to oppose the tension. In the unloaded state, these coils are usually close together, and the constriction of the tension spring includes hooks, holes or other geometrically shaped interfaces in order to be fixed to the connected components. They often provide resilience to components (stretched in the activated position).
Application: The application of tension spring includes thousands of other applications such as the inner and outer sides of motor vehicles, garage door devices, vise-clamps, vaporizers, trampolines, scrubbers, agricultural machinery, toys, etc. There are many types of extension springs, from small medical and health equipment to mechanical brake springs in the field.
Configuration: The stock extension springs of Lisbrunn Springs have large-diameter pull rings (mechanical or cross-center) at any position. The size of the opening of the pull ring is approximately one spring wire diameter, and the direction of rotation can be freely selected. The stock extension springs of Lisbo Ling Spring are available in imperial and metric systems. If you specify the direction of the helix, you can make a customized extension spring according to the specifications. In order to meet the application requirements of tension springs, you can specify various pull loops and hooks. The close contact of adjacent coils produces initial tension, which helps control load and stiffness.