Computerized Spring Industries LLC Bristol, Connecticut USA 

Compression Springs

 compression springs . . . common forms of compression springs such as conical, concave (barrel), convex (hourglass), or various combinations of these--are used as required by the application. While square, rectangular

General Data
A compression spring is an open-coil helical spring that offers resistance to a compressive force applied axially. Compression springs are usually coiled as a constant-diameter cylinder. Other common forms of compression springs such as conical, concave (barrel), convex (hourglass), or various combinations of these--are used as required by the application. While square, rectangular, or special-section wire may have to be specified, round wire is predominant in compression springs because it is readily available and adaptable to standard coiler tooling.

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Wire sizes available for compression springs .004 -.156 (.1 - 4 mm)

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