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Nexim Alloys is the primary manufacturers, stockists, supplier & exporter of Constant Force Spring.Consistent Force springs are an extraordinary variety of enlargement spring. They involve a twisting of strip material with manufactured incurvature. Right when the strip is widened the common weight contradicts the stacking power, correspondingly as in a run of the mill development spring, yet at an about steady rate. A constant force Spring is an excellent device for applications where a constant load is required. These Constant Force spring have its application in cable retractors, door closers, tool head returns, cabinet furniture component, electric motors, appliances and more. These Spring are made using best quality raw material and do match national & international quality standard and this helps us to have high demand in the market from our customers. When it comes to packaging it is done with tremendous care because we know the challenges faced while import & export of product hence we see through it that the products are delivered in good conditions without any harm to it. These Springs are made in different size, dimension & thickness & are delivered to customers as per their need & requirement.
Stainless Steel 301, High Carbon Steel Sizes
Garage, Electrical Connection, Earthing, Fire Damper, Railway Window, Industrial
thickness 0.005 to 0.70mm width 3.00 to 35.mm
Guide to Mounting Constant Force Spring :
A Constant Force Spring is usually mounted by first tightly wrapping it on a drum, then attaching the free end to the loading force such as in a counterbalance application. This relationship can also be reversed.
The drum diameter should be 10% to 20% larger than its natural inside diameter.
One and one-half wraps should remain on the drum at maximum extension.
The strip becomes unstable at long extensions and should be guided to prevent twisting or kinking on recoil.
Idler pulleys must be larger in diameter than the natural diameter and should never be used to cause back-bending against the natural radius of curvature.
Belt webbing, tape measures and dog leads, seat recliner, window regulator mechanisms etc.