Conpower® and conventional power springs are used to create a compact power source. Torque is generated from either rotation of the center arbor or the spring housing itself. This torque increases throughout the total winding of the power springs, which can be found most commonly in applications that require counterbalancing. Their size combined with rotational torque make power springs a desired solution for manufacturers. Unlike conventional power springs, Conpower springs are pre-stressed to produce a flatter torque gradient and can be used to increase the torque in a housing of a given diameter.
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Type 301 stainless steel is typically used for most applications. High-carbon steel, Inconel and other materials may be required.
Life Cycle & Force
The life of the Conpower® spring is determined by many factors, including the amount of rotation of the spring and its environment.
Note: Mounting Method may vary depending on type of spring. This image is not applicable to all spring types.