Clock springs are manufactured from pre-tempered high carbon steel or 300 series stainless steel.
Clock springs are manufactured from pre-tempered high carbon steel or 300 series stainless steel. Our high carbon steel power springs also have either special retaining holes or bends on both ends. Because the material is pre-tempered, only the first few inner coils retain their shape, leaving the rest of the clock spring coils to return to their natural, flat state.
The main difference between clock springs and spiral springs are that clock springs generally have a non-linear torque curve. This makes them ideal for motor and retractable reel applications.
Designed to provide torsion, clock springs are sometimes needed in place of traditional torsion springs as they rotate in circular movements. As a kind of torsion spring, clock springs are prepared from flat wires instead of round wires. The main difference between the two lies in the way the force is presented, as a clock spring revolves around an object’s axis, pushing its force onto another object via the outer edge of the spring.
Our springs are characterizedby lower production tolerances due to:
Therefore, we are adding the "Factory for Precision-Made Springs" as a subtitle to our company name.
We collaborate with technical universities in different research and development projects.
High precision springs are used inter alia as contact elements, energy storage elements, vibration elements, damping elements or bearing elements in many industries such as:
- Engineering and Construction
- Manufacture of tools Hydraulics industry
- Automotive / Commercial Vehicle Industry
- Measurement and control technology
- Filter and fluid technology
- Electronics and Electrical Engineering
- Medical technology Environmental Technology
- Furniture industry
- Construction industry