Disc spring Washers are conically formed angular discs which are loaded in the axial direction. They can be statically loaded as well subject to continuous dynamic loads. They can be used as single disc or in multiple stack combination to achieve desired deflections and characteristics. Compared to a coil spring, a disc spring achieves economy in design and reduces the cost of the overall assembly by the maximum utilization of space.
Disc Springs offer a well-developed solution to many engineering problems through a unique combination of high force in a small space. Disc Springs can be used as single disc or arranged in stacks. A spring stack can consist of either single spring or parallel spring sets. Disc Springs are available with or without contact flats. Disc Springs and Belleville Washers are manufactured to DIN 2093 and DIN 6796. Disc Spring stacks may be designed for extremely high loads where coil springs are not feasible at all. The standard disc springs shown are generally available from stock. We can make many special sizes to customer requirements. Engineering assistance is available upon request.
Disc Springs are manufactured to DIN 2093. Materials 50CrV4 and C-80 and all parts are AUSTEMPERED. This method of heat treatment is particularly effective for springs as it gives the maximum toughness and therefore considerable durability.