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Kathysia industrial Co., Ltd was reorganized from Zhengzhou spring factory, which founded in 1957, having more than 60 years of professional experience in this field. Kathysia is a designated spring products supplier by the Chinese ministry of machinery industry, and a member of China spring association.

We Supply all kinds of Springs for all applications, If you can’t find a stock spring for your application, or would like to match a competitor’s spring not offered through this website, Our engineering staff is ready to answer your questions or assist in designing the right spring for your application.

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  • Coil Springs & Suspension Springs

    Quality Springs for Increased Loads. Variable Rate Springs: Change-resistant compression, become stiffer as load increases; Vinyl-coated for corrosion resistance and extended service life

    Lee Spring offers Stock Constant Force Springs in four Life Cycle ranges: 2500, 4000, 13000 and 25000. Each spring is a roll of high yield Type 301 Stainless Steel strip exerting a nearly constant restraining force to resist uncoiling. We can also provide Custom Constant Force Springs, made to

    Compression Spring by Acxess Spring. is your go-to online store for all sorts of stock springs. Search thousands of stock springs for the one you need and have it shipped without waiting weeks for long lead times.

    While the most prevalent form of compression spring is a straight, cylindrical spring made from round wire, countless other forms are produced. At Associated Spring, we can manufacture conical, barrel, hourglass and heavy-duty compression springs. Additionally, our engineering experts can place optional variable spacing between coils.

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  • Compression Springs – Winamac Coil Springs

    The most common type of Compression spring has an OD that is constant throughout the spring and delivers a linear Spring Rate in the middle 60 to 80% of springs travel depending on configuration. This being the most common also means that it provides the most economical solution as well.

    Mar 31, 2015  Variable Pitch/Rate Compression Springs with ASD7 Our Advanced Spring Design 7.0.13 software includes programs for compression springs in series as well as in parallel. This allows for spring designs which change in stiffness as the loads increase.

    The variable spring rate is the spring rate increases with the spring deflection. The spring rate is not constant or linear. Variable pitch springs can have multiple rates or, while the spring is compressing, they can have a progressively increasing or decreasing spring rate.

    Compression Spring Types. This is useful where the solid height is limited. Variable Rate: These springs offer a constant, or uniform pitch, and have an increasing force rate instead of a constant force rate (regular compression springs). The larger coils gradually begin to bottom as a force is applied. A variable pitch can be designed to give a uniform rate if necessary.

    This calculator computes the spring constant k for a compression spring that exerts a force F when deformed to the length L def . Calculator for Finding Spring Rates from Design Specifications for Compression Springs

  • Compression Spring Price List

    Sometimes, it will be necessary to buy custom compression springs because your application might require the L1 and L2 to be calculated on different spring rates. In this case you would customize your compression spring design to be non-linear with either dual pitch or variable diameters.

    Variable rate springs are easy to spot because the springs are not symmetrical. Typically, one end of the spring is wound tighter than the other end with the more tightly wound end being the softer part of the spring. As the spring is compressed, the soft coils on the tightly wound side will collapse, coming into contact with each other.

    Advanced Spring Design version 7 covers a total of 47 spring types or loading options and includes compression springs, extension springs, spiral forms, torsion springs, garter springs, snap rings, washers, beams, and torsion bars. New for ASD7 are variable pitch

    Conical Springs are Cone shaped compression springs designed to provide a near constant spring rate and a solid height lower than a normal spring. Each spring features a variable pitch to achieve the constant spring rate and coils which nest during deflection to provide a solid height approximately equal to two wire diameters.

    Measured Spring Rate: Lbs. of load per inch of deflection. Compression springs can be measured by taking the difference in force at 80% maximum deflection and 20% maximum deflection and dividing by the difference in deflection. The spring rate is constant over the central 60% of the Deflection range.

  • Heavy Duty Compression Spring

    A compression spring is an open coil helical spring that offers resistance to compressive forces. At Diamond Wire we offer h elical compression springs and heavy duty compression springs that are designed to withold that offered resistance throughout the duration of compressive applied forces, or to store energy in the push mode. Compression springs are the most common spring configuration and

    A familiar variable rate spring is the cone-shaped compression spring, most commonly found in battery boxes. The fully compressed height can be as low as one wire diameter. Variable rate springs also have the additional benefit of being laterally stable and less prone to buckling.

    These springs offer a constant, or uniform pitch, and have an increasing force rate instead of a constant force rate (regular compression springs). The larger coils gradually begin to bottom as a force is applied. A variable pitch can be designed to give a uniform rate if necessary

    The slope of this line is the spring rate of this variable support. We compress the coil three inches during assembly (using 600 pound-force). The variable produced can be further compressed an additional 3.5 inches (range of deflection) by applying 1300 pounds-force. Each additional 200 pounds-force will compress the coil one inch.

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  • Spring Load and Spring Rate

    Spring Load. You have a spring with a free length of 5 inches and your spring rate is of 7.5 pounds of force per inch (lbf/in). This spring needs to reach a solid height of 3 inches, therefore having to travel 2 inches. To calculate the working load of how much force you’ll need in order to reach a

    Century Spring manufactures compression springs in a variety of sizes and materials. Compression springs are open-coil helical springs that offers resistance to a compressive force applied axially. All Century compression springs are fabricated from round wire. Available in stainless steel & carbon steel.

    New for ASD7 are variable pitch and rate compression springs as well as nested springs. There are a number of pre–formatted plots and reports available.

    When a spring takes a "set" the rate of the coil has not changed, only the amount of load it will handle does. For example, if you have a 10" free length spring, at