DIE SPRINGINR0INR0• MAXIMA RESOURCE produces over 400 different springs in varying lengths, diameters and load capacities.
• All the springs are manufactured according to the ISO 10243 standards, & JIS B 5012 Standards from chrome silicon steel so they can support high loads and have great durability.
• For ease of identification, the springs are produced in different colours according to their load capacities i.e. light loads (green), medium loads (blue), heavy loads (red) and extra heavy loads (yellow).
• MAXIMA holds ample stock to quickly satisfy your requirements, be they for use in stamping tools, machine building or whatever your requirements are for compression springs of proven quality.
• When used correctly, MAXIMA springs will provide you with a long life free from any maintenance requirements. This is in contrast to gas springs which require constant attention and maintenance and represent a potential danger when handled by under qualified operators.
• How to use a Compression Spring correctly
• Be sure to always maintain a pre-load equivalent to 20% of the operating travel distance. This will avoid any vibration during operation that could damage the spring and the mounting parts.
• Never compress a spring until the spirals touch each other (solid state). This will drastically reduce the life of the spring and renders it useless.
• Avoid using springs in an environment where the temperature is likely to exceed 125°C.
Die springs earn their name from their use in punch press die sets, where die sets provide pressure to hold the target material in place while the press perforates the substrate. If the die set were to provide no yield to the punch, the punch could be damaged; if it were to provide too much yield, the material would not be perforated. Die springs occasionally find use in transportation and agricultural industries.True1519372962
Rolling Shutter SpringsINR0INR0MAXIMA Designed to perfection, these Shutter Springs , we offer, have excellent make and are reckoned for their excellent load bearing capacity. The Shutter Springs, supplied by us, are made by adopting advanced technology that makes us assure their excellent features. The clients can avail the Shutter Springs from us in diverse specifications at the market leading price. Demanded For Excellent quality Finest make
Being a distinguished Manufacturer and Supplier of Rolling Shutter Springs , we endeavor to achieve 100% customer satisfaction. Our wide range of springs is manufactured using first-rate raw material. We meet the highest standards and parameters of quality set by the industry. Designs are made keeping different specifications in mind. The optimum performance, efficient design and longer service life of these springsTrue1519386465
Tapered SpringINR0INR0Century 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.True1519386370
Conical SpringINR0INR0Springs are Called different name such as Conical Springs, Compression Springs, Industrial Springs & And Also Called open-coil helical springs for same item. that offer resistance to a compressive force applied axially. Helical compression springs are used to resist applied compression forces or to store energy in a push mode. Compression springs have the most common configuration and are most commonly used in engineering, tools, automotives, aerospace and consumer applications. Most compression springs are straight cylindrical springs made out of round wire.
Compression Spring Types:
Compression springs from a manufacturer come in a variety of types including: Conical, Barrel, Hourglass and Cylindrical shapes.
Wire Selection: round, square or special-section, round being the most adaptable.
Compression Spring Mandatory Specification: the functional design characteristics.
Compression Spring Secondary Specification: which is useful for reference and been considered as advisory data.
Dimensional Limits: governed by the pitch allotted with regard to allowable solid height and outer and inner diameters.
determined by the dimensional limits together with the load and deflection requirements. Our compression springs are stress-relieved to remove residual bending stresses produced by the coiling operation.
Compression Spring Stress Levels
A compression spring can be compressed into solid without a permanent set, so that an extra operation for removing the set is not needed. These springs are designed with torsional stress levels when compressed into solid that do not exceed above 40 percent of the minimum tensile strength of the material.
A compression spring can be compressed into solid without further permanent set after the set is initially removed. These may be pre-set by the spring manufacturer as an added operation, or they may be pre-set later by the user prior to or during the assembly operation. These are springs designed with torsional stress levels when compressed to solid that do not exceed 60 percent of the minimum tensile strength of the material.
Springs, which cannot be compressed into solid without some further permanent set-taking place is because set cannot be completely removed in advance. These springs involve torsional stress levels, which exceed 60 percent of the minimum tensile strength of the material. The spring manufacturer usually advise the user of the maximum allowable spring deflection without set whenever springs are specified in this category.
Remember: It is extremely important to consider carefully the space allotted to insure that the compression spring would function properly to begin with, thereby avoiding expensive design changesTrue1519386587
Brake Shoe SpringsINR0INR0The MAXIMA RESOURCE is also pioneer in manufacturing of all types of Springs like Compression Springs, Torsion Springs, helical Springs, Conical Springs, Taper Springs, Tension Springs, Extension Springs, Coil Springs, , Spiral Torsion Springs, Automobile Springs, Coil Springs, Railway Springs, Precision Springs, Brake Shoe Springs & Other Special Springs
We deliver these products with extra care and attention under the monitoring of our professionals by following industrial quality norms and standards. As we are dealing with such products, we have adopted environmental friendly methods to lessen power consumption and also have a fluctuation controlling power. Our annual turnover of 2-5 Crore INR speaks about the laurels we have achieved throughout these years and it also tells about the perfect future our company is going to have in these coming yearsTrue1519386409
Electric Heater SpringINR0INR0Heating Spring are also called Industrial Springs .
Available Heating Coil Springs or Industrial Springs are :
AC 220V 2500W Metal Heating Element Coil
74cm Long Silver Tone
2000W 26.4" Long 0.7mm Heating Element Coil Sprinsg
1500W 23.2" Long Heating Element Coil Wire Springs
1000W 19.2" Long Heating Element Coil Wire Springs
750W 15.2" Long Heating Element Coil Wire SpringsTrue1519386425
Helical Torsion SpringsINR0INR0Tension springs are stressed in shear but are “pulled” rather than “pushed”, in order to effect energy transfer. By virtue of this they have different end forms to anchor them and to effect the actuation of the energy stored. The form of the ends is varied and virtually infinite in shape to suit the user and the application. However there are a number of standard or commonly used shapes. Tension springs are usually close coiled. They have a nominally linear rate, when close coiled they are coiled with “initial tension
Bangalore Spring Industries manufacture a wide range of round wire tension springs and have developed a number of special end forms for the convenience and efficiency as per the customers' requirements and keep a large selection of springs in stock. All you have to do is to provide us with a drawing or provide the required details to us and we will be happy to help you with our immediate and efficient services.
Wire Size 0.3mm onwards to 10mm.
Material Round - Spring steel wires & stainless steel wires, and also Pb wires.
Ends There is a large variety of end types that can be put on a tension spring including: machine loops; extended loops; double loops; tapers; threaded inserts; hooks or eye lets at various positions; extended hooks.True1519386608
Double Torsion SpringINR0INR0Torsion Spring used to apply torque or store rotational energy are commonly referred to as torsion or double torsion. Torque by definition is a force that produces rotation. A torsion spring exerts a force (torque) in a circular arc and the arms rotate about the central axis. The stress is in bending and not in torsion. It is customary to specify torque with deflection or with the arms at a definite position. Formulas for torque are in pound-inches or inches-pounds. If ounce-inches are specified the value should be divided by 16 to use the formulas in the inch-pound system
When a force is specified at a distance from a centerline or the torque, the distance multiplies and is called momentum, which is equal to the force. Force can be in pounds or ounces with the distance in inches or the force can be in meters with the distance in millimeters. Formulae for torque are based on the tangent to the arc of rotation with a rod to support the spring. The stress in bending caused by the moment is identical in magnitude to the torque, provided that a rod is used.
Torsion and double torsion, whose ends are rotated in angular deflection, offer resistance to externally applied torque. The wire itself is subjected to bending stresses rather than torsional stresses, as might be expected from the name. Torsion springs of this type are usually closely wound, reduced in coil diameter and increase in body length as they are deflected. The designer must consider the effects of friction and arm deflection on the torque. Special types of torsion springs include a double torsion spring having a space between the coils to minimize friction. Double torsion springs consist of one right-hand and one left-hand coil section connected together and working in parallels. The sections are designed separately with the total torque exerted being the sum of the two, thus called a double torsion.
Rough in outline
Overwhelming Load Resistance
High compressive quality