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Compression Spring: 1.25 in Overall Lg, Uncoated, 302 Stainless Steel, Closed, 0.72 in OD, 0.035 in Wire Dia

Item # 287K018

$3.04 Each

Product Specs

Finish/Coating: Uncoated
Material: 302 Stainless Steel
End Type: Closed
OD: 0.72 in
Wire Diameter: 0.035 in
Overall Length: 1.25 in
Compressed Length: 0.07 in
Maximum Load: 3 lb
Spring Rate: 3.27 lb/in
Pack Qty: 1
ID: 0.273 in
Display Sell UOM: EA
Duty Type: Medium-Duty
End: Closed
End Surface: Unground
For Hole Size: 0.75 in
For Rod Size: 0.25 in
Half Free Length Load: 2.04 lb
Maximum Load Deflection: 0.92 in
Maximum OD: 0.72 in
Minimum OD: 0.343 in
Resistance Properties: Corrosion-Resistant
Solid Load: 3.86 lb
Specifications Met: ASTM A313
Spring Construction: Compression
Spring Shape: Conical
Wire Shape: Round

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • USA

About Compression Springs

The most common style of spring, compression springs are often used to stabilize and separate parts or to cushion them from impact or shock. They can be found in equipment such as engine valves, battery holders, and even ballpoint pens. When a load is applied to a compression spring, it shortens to absorb the energy. When compressed, it pushes back against the load in an effort to return to its original shape. The more the spring is compressed, the greater the force it exerts on the part.

Ideal for tight spaces, the coils of these conical compression springs (also known as tapered springs) nest inside each other when the spring is compressed. This allows conical springs to compress more fully than cylindrical springs and makes them less likely to buckle from lateral forces.