Torsion Springs Made of Stainless Steel

Tech Drawing - Torsion Springs Made of Stainless Steel

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What is a torsion spring?
 

Torsion springs are used to produce torque or accumulate rotational energy in an assembly construction. A torsion spring is typically mounted on a mandrel. The mandrel is dimensioned so there is just enough of a gap between the mandrel and the inner side of the spring body. There must not be too much or too little gap between the mandrel and the spring body. If there is too much gap, the spring body may collapse, and if there is too little of a gap the spring body may lock onto the mandrel when loaded.

The spring must always be loaded in the direction that allows the spring body to “close”. Right or left wound springs can be chosen, so that they can be mounted in pairs on a mandrel.

Different leg positions
 

We offer torsion springs in stainless steel with four different leg positions. Can be used in both dry and humid environments. If a different leg position is required, our series in music wire may perhaps be able to help. Read more.

Winding direction
 

Product numbers ending in “R” are right wound.
Product numbers ending in “L” are left wound.

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De - External diameter (mm)
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Ddmax - Max shaft (mm)
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Ls1 - Length of leg (mm)
αn - Max turning (degrees)
Leg position
Mn - Max torque (N mm)
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Max torque (N mm)
SKU Stock Tech Drawing Read More 3D CAD
Stainless steel 302 0.30 2.36 1.76 1.40 2.25 9.50 90.00 1 5.31 T012-090-055L T012-090-055L
Stainless steel 302 0.30 2.36 1.76 1.40 2.25 9.50 90.00 1 5.31 T012-090-055R T012-090-055R
Stainless steel 302 0.30 2.59 1.99 1.57 8.75 9.50 270.00 3 5.31 T012-270-062L T012-270-062L
Stainless steel 302 0.30 2.59 1.99 1.57 8.75 9.50 270.00 3 5.31 T012-270-062R T012-270-062R
Stainless steel 302 0.30 2.77 2.17 1.70 5.00 9.50 180.00 2 5.31 T012-180-067L T012-180-067L
Stainless steel 302 0.30 2.77 2.17 1.70 5.00 9.50 180.00 2 5.31 T012-180-067R T012-180-067R
Stainless steel 302 0.30 4.22 3.62 2.77 3.00 12.70 180.00 2 5.31 T012-180-109L T012-180-109L
Stainless steel 302 0.30 4.22 3.62 2.77 3.00 12.70 180.00 2 5.31 T012-180-109R T012-180-109R
Stainless steel 302 0.30 4.32 3.72 2.77 4.75 12.70 270.00 3 5.31 T012-270-109L T012-270-109L
Stainless steel 302 0.30 4.32 3.72 2.77 4.75 12.70 270.00 3 5.31 T012-270-109R T012-270-109R

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DIN 17224 AISI 302 WERKSTOFF NR. 1.4310 EN Norm 10270-3
Working temperature between -200 ºC and +250 ºC

Tolerances

Tolerances for torque: +/- 10 %
Tolerances for External diameter (De): +/- 5 %

Datasheet and 3D CAD

If you want a PDF datasheet or a 3D CAD drawing of the spring in .step, .iges or .sat format, these can be downloaded for free by clicking on the 3D CAD symbol next to the item number in the table.

Winding direction

Product numbers ending in “R” are right wound.
Product numbers ending in “L” are left wound.

Torsion Springs Made of Stainless Steel - Winding direction

Service life of springs

The service life of a spring is generally very difficult to define. A large number of parameters come into play, and it is therefore impossible to define a service life.

Parameters with a significant influence on service life include: Installation, installation method, number of movements, vibrations, shocks, torsion, length of travel, non-axial travel, temperature, wear against other surfaces, environment of use, any cleaning agents, lateral impacts, etc.

Applying the maximum load to the spring or exceeding it will shorten its service life and may cause it to become permanently distorted.

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