Torsion springs

Torsion/torsion springs - can be right or left coil. The load of such springs on the angular nature.

Specifications of our torsion springs:

Materials used in production:Patent spring wire, stainless spring wire, galvanized spring wire
Wire thickness:0.2-16.0 mm
Shape:cylindrical, non-standard
Terminationsaccording to the customer's design
Finishing:Rough surface, galvanized wire, zinc plating.
How do torsion springs work?
Where do they find use?

Torsion springs, are a type of mechanical springs that work by twisting or rotating around their own axis of the elements cooperating with the spring. The primary function of torsion springs is to store and release energy under the influence of a torsional force (moment of force). They are usually made of spring steel wires that meet the requirements of EN-10270-1. Torsion springs are commonly used in various applications such as mousetraps, garage doors and laundry clips to provide torque or rotational force. These springs can come in different shapes and sizes depending on their purpose and the force they need to exert. The force a torsion spring can exert depends on its physical parameters, such as wire diameter, number of coils and, to a lesser extent, the material used.

Torsion springs are widely used in various industries because of their versatility and reliability. They are commonly used in applications requiring rotational force or torque, such as door hinges, locks and latches. The energy storage capability of torsion springs makes them ideal for applications where a large force must be exerted in a small space. The use of torsion springs in various industries underscores their importance in modern engineering and their contribution to enhancing the performance and reliability of various products.