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Hootai Spring Custom Indsutrial Springs

While small springs are used in electronic and medical devices, industrial springs are much larger, although their functions are essentially the same. Industrial applications require many different types of springs. Industrial springs include models designed to absorb impact, expand and elongate, or maintain pressure in various applications.

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Industrial Compression Springs

Industrial springs, like compression springs, shorten under load to absorb impact forces, safeguarding welding, valve, and pipeline installations, as well as automotive engine systems. Hootai Spring specializes in customizing these springs.

Industrial compression spring
Industrial Disk Springs
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Industrial Disk Springs

Industrial disk springs, with their unique concave-convex design, are capable of generating significant force within a compact length. These springs are the go-to solution when there’s a need to withstand heavy loads in confined spaces, and they excel in maintaining their original height even after repeated cycles of compression and decompression.

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Industrial Extension Springs

Industrial springs, like extension springs, expand and elongate under load, making them well-suited for applications including garage doors, agricultural machinery, and washing equipment. For custom solutions, turn to Hootai Spring.

Industrial Extension Springs
Industrial Torsion Springs
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Industrial Torsion Springs

The ends of industrial springs, known as torsion springs, can undergo rotational deformation to resist external torque. Torsion springs are commonly employed in applications like clothespins, whiteboards, swing-out tailgates, and garage doors. For high-quality custom solutions, turn to Hootai Spring.

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