Compression Springs Description:
The compression spring of the rotary vibrating screen is a helical spring that bears the pressure. The material used for it is mostly circular in cross-section, and it is also made of rectangular and multi-strand steel filaments. The springs are generally of equal pitch. The shapes of the compression springs are: cylindrical There is a certain gap between the rings of the compression spring of the rotary vibrating screen, and the spring shrinks and deforms when it is subjected to an external load, and the deformation energy is stored.
In order to ensure that the spring can work reliably, in addition to its material should meet the high strength limit and yield limit, the rotary vibrating screen compression spring must also have high elastic limit, fatigue limit, impact toughness, plasticity and good heat treatment process. sex, etc. Carbon spring steel (such as 65, 70 steel): cheap and easy to source, but low elastic limit; low manganese spring steel (such as 65Mn): good hardenability, high strength, easy to crack after quenching Silicon manganese spring steel (such as 60Si2MnA): high elastic limit, good tempering stability and good mechanical properties.
Vibrating screen shock-absorbing spring steel wire compression spring (compression spring) is a coil spring that is subjected to axial pressure. The cross-section of the material used for the rotary vibrating screen compression spring is mostly circular, and it is also made of rectangular and multi-strand steel yam. The spring is generally For equal pitch, the shape of the compression spring is: cylindrical, conical, convex and concave, and a small amount of non-circular, etc., there is a certain gap between the rings of the compression spring, when subjected to external loads. When the spring contracts and deforms, the deformation energy is stored.
Compression Springs Features:
1. The raw materials are made of high-quality materials,
2, the super elastic wear-resistant life is longer,
Compression Springs Data:
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