DME Company Datasheets for Compression Springs

Compression springs are the most recognizable of spring and are intended to oppose compaction in the direction of the axis. The spring is extended at rest, shorten and store energy when a load is applied, and is one most efficient energy storage devices available. Traditionally, they are wound and uniform in pitch and diameter, but these traits vary considerably today.


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Product Name Notes
Extra Heavy Duty Spring Maximum Deflection: 25% of Free Length Efficient Operating Range: 15% of Free Length
Heavy Duty Spring Maximum Deflection: 30% of Free Length Efficient Operating Range: 15% to 20% of Free Length
Medium Heavy Duty Spring Maximum Deflection: 37% of Free Length Efficient Operating Range: 20% to 25% of Free Length
Medium Duty Spring Maximum Deflection: 50% of Free Length Efficient Operating Range: 25% to 35% of Free Length
Front Removable Spring -- DFQ Series Springs are for front removable inserts only