Engineering success for 'elastic' components
Christian Bauer disc springs are manufactured to the tolerances, material specifications and performance parameters of DIN 2093, provide highly reliable 'elastic' technical components which can form the building block elements of spring packs. Under applied load or torque, the spring yields with a defined and repeatable deformation, while an opposing reaction force is at the same time stored as energy within the spring.
With their precise and controlled characteristics they are becoming ever more recognised as ideal components where high forces, are combined with limited space, precise movement, long-term reliability and virtually maintenance-free operation.
Disc springs combine the highest forces within the smallest height parameters compared to other spring mechanisms and are generally applied when high forces are needed for compensation due to thermal expansion or for tolerances. Individual discs can be combined in series, parallel or mixed stack combinations to provide custom designed characteristics to the customer requirements. General engineering uses include slotted disc springs used for a compressor clutch, with a single disc spring providing sealing pressure for a feeder valve used with liquid plastics or resins.
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