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We stock a large variety of high-quality Wave Springs
Our multi-coil wave springs are made from flat spring material and are suitable for use in applications where a low mounting dimension is required.
The total length and working height of a wave spring are lower than that of a conventional round wire spring, which means that you can achieve a reduction in mounting dimension of up to 50%.
What is a Wave Spring?
Wave springs are a type of compression spring made of flat wire. They get their name from the multiple makeup of waves per turn.
The flat wire and multiple waves combine to create the same spring force at reduced work heights compared to round wire coil springs.
From small to large diameters and light to heavy loads, wave springs are a reliable space-saving solution for many applications, including everyday items such as smartwatches, life-saving medical devices and robotic surgical instruments.
Contact Our Experienced Team Today
As wave spring manufacturers, we’re best placed to advise you on the use or application of our products. If you need guidance, please don’t hesitate to contact us using our online form or directly by calling us on 01604 499332.
R= Spring Rate
Material and Finishings
Unalloyed spring steel:
Max working temperature: 120° C
Stainless spring steel:
Max working temperature: 250° C
1 kp = 9.80665 Newtons, 1 Newton = 0.10197 kp
Outer diameter does not exceed specified HD value at full compression.
Inner diameter does not exceed specified RD value at full compression.
Minimum load length Ln applies to dynamic loaded springs operating at temperatures of up to approximately 40°C for unalloyed spring steel and 120°C for stainless spring steel. At higher operating temperatures, the spring should not be loaded as far as Ln.