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A good spring design should consider a lot of other factors apart from dimensional and load considerations.

Other areas of considerations are
1. Operating environment in terms of temperature (ambient), corrosive environment etc.
2. Frequency of Operations
3. Static and dynamic load knowledge
4. Fatigue

A manufacturer like us will consider all the above factors for giving better value for money to his customer. Here we can help you design a variety of springs for almost any type of application to suite your specific needs, Please feel free to contact us.

Raw Material Procurement :-

As spring quality is mainly dependent on raw material, so maximum care is taken for selecting those vendors who gives tested material with T.C. along with the supplies. This is to be mentioned here, that whenever we procure any raw material from any source, in-house checking of material is a must. For this we get the material checked in the following manner:-

A) SPARK TEST: % of C and % of Si
B) SURFACE DEFECT: Visually by Magnifier
C) BENDING TEST: Of a raw material gives you the clear picture of the material whether this material can be used in the particular type of spring as UTS varies wire to wire with same specification within the tolerance limit.

Spring Material: It is highly selective in maintaining correct raw-material for any spring as their purpose of use is dependent upon the need of customers requirement. Each of these materials is best for certain specific purposes. The most widely used of these materials are Spring steel wire conforming to different IS grades, high carbon steel wires and Chrominum-Vanadium steel wire/rods.

For Tension Spring: 

Use of tension Spring Tables:
1. Maximum Load
2. Minimum Operating Load
3. Total Deflection
4. Spring Rate
5. Spring Ends
6. Initial tension
7. Direction of wind
Consists of Writing the Final Spring Specification:
1. Outside Diameter
2. Wire Diameter
3. Number of active turns
4. Free Length
5. Initial tension
5. Maximum Load
6. Length at Minimum Load = Free length +  Max active length
7. Spring Rate
8. Direction of Wind
9. Material Specification
For Compression Spring:  

Use of Compression
Spring Tables:

1. Maximum Load
2. Total Deflection
3. Spring Rate
4. Operating Deflection
5. Stress Range
6. Spring Material
7. Free Length
8. Spring Ends
9. Direction of wind
Consist of writing the final
Spring Specification:

1. Outer Diameter
2. Wire Diameter
3. Number of Active Turns
4. Free Length
5. Material
6. Maximum Load
7. Length at minimum load
8. Spring Rate
9. Type of Spring Ends
10. Direction of Wind
Apart from these, for any other type of spring requirements or technical knowledge,
feel free to contact us, or send us business enquiry.


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