The Correct Use Of The Spring

The Correct Use Of The Spring

For Spring Use, Please Avoid The Following Improper Use: 

(1) Use Exceeding The Maximum Amount Of Compression (300,000 Return Conditions, And The Use Of The Connector For Long-Term Use) The Pressure Will Cause Breakage, And The Use Of Close To Long Use Will Make The Spring Wire Gradually As A Result Of This, The Higher The Number Of Springs Is, The Higher The Load Curve Is, And The Higher The Stress Is, The More The Spring Breaks. Do Not Use More Than 300,000 Cycles.

(2) The Use Of Non-Preloading Springs Are Distorted Due To Gaps Causing Springs To Vibrate Up And Down. If There Is Preloading, Springs Are Relatively Stable. 

(3) Horizontal Use Of The Spring When The Spring Is Used Horizontally, The Guide Pin And The Spring Are Worn And Broken. 

(4) Use Without Spring Guide When Using In The Case Of Dancing Spring Guide, It Is Easy To Cause Distortion Of The Spring Bottom And The Body. The Local High Pressure Of The Twisted Part Is The Cause Of The Spring Break, Please Use The Inner Diameter Guide Pin Or Outer Diameter Guide And Other Devices.

(5) When The Flatness Of The Mounting Surface Is Poor When The Parallelism Of The Mounting Surface Is Poor, The Spring Will Be Distorted, And High Pressure Fracture Will Occur Locally, And When The Parallelism Is Poor, The Spring Will Be Distorted And Over 300,000 Cycles Will Cause The Spring To Break. Please Improve The Parallelism Of The Mounting Surface Under A Condition Of No More Than 300,000 Uses.

(6) When The Internal Diameter Of The Spring And The Gap Between The Guide Pin And The Guide Pin Are Too Small, It Will Cause The Impact Wear Of The Internal Diameter. The Wear Part Is The Cause Of The Spring Break. Conversely, If The Gap Is Too Large, The Spring Will Be Distorted And Broken. The Best Is The Internal Diameter Of The Spring. -1.0mm Or So. For Springs With Long Free Length (Free Length/Outer Diameter Greater Than 4), Please Use Segment Steps Or Guide Pins To Avoid Collision With Guide Pins When The Spring Body Is Twisted. 

(7) Outer Diameter Of Spring And Countersunk Hole If The Countersunk Hole And The Spring Clearance Head Are Too Small, The Force Of Concentrated Fracture Will Be Caused By The Expansion Of The Outer Side And The Friction Of The Countersink Hole Due To The Compression Of The Spring. The Preferred Countersink Diameter Is The Outer Diameter Of The Spring +1.5mm. Use A Countersunk Hole For Longer Springs. 

(8) When The Guide Pin Length And The Countersink Depth Are Short, The Guide Pin Is Too Short, Which Will Cause The Guide Pin Head And The Spring To Wear And Break. The Ideal Length Of The Guide Pin Is Set To 1/2 Or More Of The Length Of The Spring, And Please Invert The C3. Chamfer.

(9) Variation Or Use When Using A Spring, The Spring Is Distorted By The Force So That The Inner Ring Spring Is Inserted Into The Outer Ring (Or The Outer Ring Is Inserted Into The Inner Ring) To Cause Breakage. 

(10) The Use Of A Series Connection Of Springs In Series Causes The Springs To Bend And Extend Beyond The Length Of The Guide Pins Or Counterbore Holes, Causing A Similar Cause Of The Fracture, And The Greater Compression Of The Weaker Load Due To Slight Differences In The Spring's Own Charge. Broken Face. 

(11) Debris, Inclusion Of Foreign Matter In The Presence Of Inclusions, The Inclusion Of Foreign Matter Will Cause No Effect On The Effective Roll Part. Only Compressing The Other Parts, The Actual Effective Number Of Rolls Will Become Smaller And Cause High Stress And Fracture. Do Not Insert Foreign Objects Into The Spring.