A tension spring is, as its name suggests, intended to undergo deformation by tensile force. Thanks to the shape memory of its specific material, it can restore this energy to return to its original position. The tension spring often has a loop at its ends. They allow it to be extended during a pull and then to return to its initial position when released. The tension spring is helical in shape, depending on use when it grows and rest when it shrinks.
There can be several uses for the tension spring, in particular for :
It can be seen that there can be a multitude of uses for the tension spring, however they are not all stated. Indeed, the use of the spring depends on the environment in which it works and also on its function. As a manufacturer of custom springs it is possible to adapt to all constraints for its use.
The spring axis is invisible, however it is wound around this axis so that the end of the turn is equidistant from the axis. The tension spring can exert a perfectly straight stroke towards the outside while remaining in a straight axis. It can also be slightly twisted (maximum 15 % tolerable).
|Bore||The tension spring operates in a bore if the size of the bore is larger than the outer diameter of the spring.|
The minimum height of the tension spring is reached when the turns are all joined. At the moment of rest when no force is applied..
The maximum height is reached when the spring is in operation. It is maximum when the height of the yarn is equal to the height of the spring. However, the tension must remain normal so as not to damage the spring.