Plastic Compression Springs Have Unparalleled Advantages In Sto

  •     Plastic compression springs store mechanical energy when compressed and release it when the load is removed. While plastic compression springs are typically made of spring steel, they may also contain carbon, magnesium, nickel, chromium, tin, copper, tungsten, and aluminum.

        Different materials create varying degrees of elasticity and energy storage capabilities for compression springs.

        As early as 1676, Robert Hooke came up with a formula to calculate the force exerted by a spring, which is proportional to its stretch.

        Compression springs are mechanical devices specially designed to sense axial compression loads. They can also usually be stretched and rotated to a point. In general, compression springs store mechanical energy when subjected to a compressive load. Once the load is removed, they return to their original shape and size - undergoing elastic deformation.

        This unique ability to store potential energy, coupled with its relative simplicity and inexpensiveness, makes compression springs invaluable in a very wide range of applications. From mechanical keyboard buttons, mattresses, and ballpoint pens, to guns and car suspension shocks. We have been using compression springs since the 15th century when the first compression springs were used in watch mechanisms.

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