Gardner Spring, Inc. Datasheets for Spring Washers

Spring washers, sometimes called disc springs, lend their mechanical capabilities to the unique profile of the material: the irregularities of the washer compress with a proportionate resistance to return to their predeflected shape. Spring washers are employed in applications where assemblies need a part to take up play, maintain assembly tension, compensate for expansion or contraction in materials, or to absorb intermittent shock loads and provide a controlled reaction under dynamic loads.
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Product Name Notes
Ball Bearing Bellevilles are used to pre-load ball bearings to reduce noise and vibration, and are ideal for absorbing axial end play. These parts can be used to pre-load either...
Belleville Disc Springs (conical disc springs) are ideal for applications where a large load is required in a small space. Belleville washers are a unique type of compression spring. These...
Curved Disc Springs exert relatively light thrust loads and are often used to absorb axial endplay.
Finger Springs are used to preload ball bearings and to reduce vibration in precision hard drive assemblies and other applications where light to medium loads are needed in a small...
Gardner Metric Disc Springs are manufactured to strict DIN standards.
Serrated Disc Springs are similar to Bellevilles in shape and basic design, but provide the benefit of serrations on contact surfaces, offering additional grip against nuts or bolt heads. The...
Wave Springs are highly useful when thrust loading is needed for small deflections. Also helpful when radial space is limited. Typical applications include axial loading of ball bearings.

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