Compression springs are designed in order to accumulate strength during the compression so that they can apply it in the opposite direction. This means that, when compressed, the gap between the coils becomes smaller, reducing the size of the spring.
They can be assembled in a parallel or conical shape and are usually produced with cylindrical wires. Other types of wires can also be used, depending on the intended use.
The edges are designed according to the application.
d - Material Diameter L0 - Spring Height Di - Internal Diameter Da - External Diameter lf - Number of active coils lg - Number of total coils L1 - Height to P1 load P1 - Load needed for L1 L2 - Height to P2 load P2 - Load needed for L2