Disc Springs Din 2093
Disc springs are made up of discs with a conical shape, so when axially loaded change shape. We can assume that the rectangular section of the disc rotates around its central axis C, storing elastic energy;
Disc springs in contrast with helical springs can generate a much higher elastic force, taking up less space and with smaller strokes.
Compared to other springs, disc springs undergo small strokes with great loads. If greater strokes are required they can also be achieved by series stacking of them.
Its important for people who see this for the first time to realise that this springs aren't used only for a given application. New applications are being discovered for them regularly. Disc springs get to handle high responsability situations to solve complex problems. (For instance. Nuclear power plants, rocket launchings, Satellites, Wind power station, Aviation, Precise machinery, Steel mills, Emergency brakes, Trains, etc...)
- DIN 2093 Standards
- Installation Recommendations for Disc Spring Stacks
- Recomendations of use - tensions allowed
- Series and parallel stacking of disc springs
- Disc Spring Materials
- Standard Disc Spring Catalogue