Spiral Spring Overview
Shama Spring is recognized as the foremost organization in providing an excellent quality of Spiral Springs. For the fabrication of these springs, we make use of premium quality raw material that is sourced from the authentic vendor of the market and advanced technology as per the prescribed set of norms. We offer these springs in various specifications and can be availed in bulk quantity at a pocket-friendly price by our esteemed clients
Compression Spring Overview
Shama Spring warehouses the largest inventory of high-grade, straight, cylindrically shaped compression springs. A compression spring is an open-coil helical spring that offers resistance to a compressive force applied axially.
They are usually coiled at a constant diameter, though they can be coiled in other needed forms such as conical, concave (barrel), convex (hourglass), or various combinations of these. Compression springs are used to resist force and/or store energy, depending upon the application. All Century compression springs are fabricated from round wire.
Extension Spring Overview
Shama Spring warehouses the largest inventory of high-grade extension springs. Extension springs are designed to absorb and store energy as well as create a resistance to a pulling force. It is initial tension that determines how tightly together an extension spring is coiled.
This initial tension can be manipulated to achieve the load requirements of your particular application. All Century extension springs are wound with an initial tension force that offers a small deflection load for secure installation “holding”. The initial tension is equal to the minimum force required to separate adjacent coils. .
Torsion Spring Overview
Shama Spring offers a selection of torsion springs with legs of equal length oriented at varying unloaded angles. Torsion springs can store and release angular energy or statically hold a mechanism in place by deflecting the legs about the body centerline axis. They offer resistance to twist or rotationally applied force.
Taper Spring Overview
Shama Spring stocks a large selection of conically-tapered compression springs. Tapered springs are characterized not only by their shape but also by the fact that they are more laterally stable and less liable to buckle than regular compression springs. There is a necessary increase in the applied force to compress a tapered spring due to the flexibility of the larger-diameter coils causing progressive contact with one another.
This characteristic can be a plus for spring-supported vibrating objects by reducing the resonant (bouncing) amplitudes commonly found in constant-diameter, spring-supported systems. Probably its most beneficial characteristic is that it can be designed so that each active coil fits within the next, with the solid height equal to one or two thicknesses of wire.
Die Spring Overview
Shama Spring offers a complete line of die springs in both oil-tempered and chrome-alloy materials. Die springs are used primarily in die machinery. However, they are also well-suited for many applications where high-static or shock-load stresses are required, or when maximum cycle-life is important. Rectangular wire is employed to reduce the solid height and increase the space efficiency of the design.
Shama Spring has designed and manufactures a complete line of industrial die springs. Generally used in die machinery, they are well-suited for many applications where high-static or shock-load stresses are required or when maximum cycle-life is important.