Gardner Spring, Inc. 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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12 inch long “Cut-to-Length” Compression Springs allow the user to cut the springs to the desired length and still be able to make use of the remainder of the part...
Designed in a conical shape so that each coil compresses within the other, Conical Compression Springs are able to achieve a much smaller solid height than ordinary compression springs. Ends...
Designed to fill load and spacial needs in the range between traditional Disc Springs and coiled compression springs, Poly Wave Springs offer loads of up to 25 lbs. with a...
Precision Metric Compression Springs fit over standard metric sized rods and into standard metric sized holes. These parts are manufactured to strict DIN 2098, Grade 2 specifications. Music Wire is...

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