Seastrom Manufacturing Co., 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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|Belleville Spring Washer, Conical Spring Washer Belleville or conical spring washers are commonly used to maintain the tension in assemblies when there are conditions of thermal expansion and contraction. Belleville...|
|Crescent Spring Washer, Cylindrically Curved Spring Washer Crescent spring washers are designed for applications that require a spring washer that supports relatively light loads with a relatively wide deflection range.|
|Dome Spring Washer Dome spring washers are designed to have a very high load capacity with a very small deflection range. Use our Quick Search below to source beryllium copper...|
|Single Wave Spring Washer Single wave spring washers are similar to crescent washers, but they have a flat bearing surface for applications that need to minimize abrasion to soft assemblies...|
|Wave Spring Washer, Wavy Spring Washer Wave spring washers are commonly used as cushion springs or spacers on a shaft in many applications. They are designed with a moderate load...|