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Crest-to-Crest Wave Springs are prestacked in series, decreasing the spring rate proportionally to the number of turns.
A gas spring consists of a steel cylinder containing gas (nitrogen) under pressure and a rod which slides in and out of the cylinder through a sealed guide. When the gas is compressed by the retraction of the rod, it produces a force in return, acting like a spring. Compared to traditional mechanical springs, the gas spring has an almost flat force kurve even for very long strokes. It is therefore used wherever a force is required that is proportion to the weight to be lifted or moved, or to counter-balance the lifting of movable, heavy equipment. The force of a gas spring is determined by the pressure that the nitrogen in the cylinder exerts on the section of the rod. A gas spring is normally supplied with 2 end fittings (one for each end) In order to receive more information about gas springs, please download the gas spring catalogue here: Industrial gas springs Fittings When you have identified the spring (and volume) you need from the catalogue, please contact your usual sales contact at Hagens for quotation and prices.
For Hagens Spring Group, specialized springs are standard - regardless of the spring type. Specialized springs can be produced in a wire thickness of between 0.1 mm to 25.0 mm. Our specialized springs can be made in most materials. For Hagens Spring Group, specialized springs are standard - regardless of the spring type. Still there may be a need for special designs, if the spring, for example, needs to function as a compression, tension and lateral spring at the same time. Hagens Spring Group have great expertise when it comes to designing and developing such specialized springs according to your technical directions and requirements. In terms of dimensions, specialized springs can be produced in a wire thickness of between 0.1 mm and 25.0 mm, and can be made in most materials.
Lateral springs, arm springs or torsion springs are the same product. An arm spring can be supplied in a wire thickness of 0.1 to 25.0 mm. A lateral spring - also called an arm spring - is a cylindrically coiled spring with a rectilinear bar made of spring steel. The spring mechanism arises from twisting the bar. An arm spring is utilized in such things as vehicles, where one end of the spring is fitted in the chassis, for example, and the other end of the spring to a wheel suspension. An arm spring can have a wire thickness of 0.1 to 25.0 mm.
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We produce both single-turn and multi-turn designs with wavy and straight surfaces.