Variable Force Spring
Variable force springs, also known as V-springs, deliver dependable variable force to precisely match increasing or decreasing force requirements. Most v-springs are positive gradient springs while negative gradient v-springs are also available. In point-of-purchase displays, these positive gradient variable force springs push the product forward in horizontal displays or upwards in vertical displays to keep the product visible, neat and orderly. POP displays with variable force springs are preferable to gravity feed displays because they save valuable space—a huge consideration in retail displays. We offer a variety of stock springs available for purchase online (minimum order of $500 and minimum quantity of 10). Please scroll down to view available products.
Industries that use Variable Force Springs
- Cosmetic & tobacco displays
- Frozen & refrigerated foods
- Beverage displays
- DVD, Games & Electronics
- Healthcare Products
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Type 301 stainless steel is typically used for most applications.
Life Cycle & Force
Vulcan Spring has unique capabilities to determine the precise force in a spring to match the product you are pushing.
Many standard tools are available to create the desired end detail. If you require a custom design, we’re happy to make it for you.
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Note: Stock Spring
As a convenience, we do offer a small selection of stock items available for purchase with a minimum order of $500 via credit card with a minimum quantity of 10 for each spring and mechanical reel and 50 for each tether product. You can connect with our team of experts for higher quantity and custom configurations.
Note: Mounting Method may vary depending on type of spring. This image is not applicable to all spring types.