disk spring

disk spring

[′disk ‚spriŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A mechanical spring that consists of a disk or washer supported by one force (distributed by a suitable chuck or holder) at the periphery and by an opposing force on the center or hub of the disk.
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Tenders are invited for Disk Spring Of Commutator For Hitachi Tm Armature Type Hs-15250.
The disk spring offers the potential of significant weight savings when designed with continuous fiber reinforced composite materials.
According to JETRO, Tokaibane are the number one manufacturer of the iMC spring--or disk spring as they are more commonly known.
Rosier Surface Finishing has built two new blasting machine lines which allow the shot peening of the disk spring surface over a range of dimensions of between 8 and 700 mm.
Braking force is generated via an alternate-layer disk spring assembly.
Tenders are invited for Disk Spring Of Commutotor For Hitachi Tm Armature Type Hs-15250, As Per Drg.
The hydraulic cylinders are single action type, the rod being extended by the disk springs sets mounted behind the pistons (ON).
Heavy-duty disk springs are used to produce a high pull force on the clamp arms.
The clamping force is obtained adding the force owing to pressure with the force owing to pre-tension of the assembly disk springs 3.
The hydraulics are released, and the disk springs form a positive clamp.
When restarting the automatic mode of the grinding machine, the two hydraulic cylinders are released by actuating the hydraulic distributors and the disk springs of the two hydraulic cylinders will enable the clamping for all the group to its original position with respect to prop of the grinding machine.