DISC SPRING APPLICATIONS
Disc springs are responsible for the axial equilibrium and the heat shield serves as a thermal buffer against the housing.
Disc Springs enable the brake pads to reset after braking. The cushioning effect suppresses the vibrations and provide noise reduction.
The attached load in a conveyor drive works against the resistance of the clutch.
Stacks of Disc Springs are used to affix the drill or milling tool in the collet of the milling machine to ensure that this can operate in a highly precise and reliable manner.
Disc Springs are preloaded in shock absorbers. They have defined force peaks that can be adjusted to a specific cushioning level.
Disc Spring stacks create a safe fixing of the clamp on the towing cable of the car. Cable cars can be uncoupled at the top and bottom stations and then refitted.
Our Disc Springs are used in the bevel gear in the clutch of a pnuematic drill.
Very large disc springs are used in drills that ram the anchorage of offshore windpower stations into the seabed. They help distribute the shock impulses.
Disc Springs amplify the braking force. They enable a faster brake time and avoid unnecessary usage.
Disc Spring stacks act as an energy accumulator. This is released in an emergency.
Disc spring sets are used in strippers that press down merging strips.
A disc spring set is used in the valves open to prevent damage to the other components in a pipeline system.