|Duty Type:||Medium Heavy Duty|
|For Hole Size:||5⁄8 in|
|Overall Length:||1 1⁄2 in|
|For Rod Size:||11⁄32 in|
|Optimum Life Load:||57 lb|
|Deflection at Optimum Life Load:||0.3 in|
|Maximum Load:||85.5 lb|
|Deflection at Maximum Load:||0.45 in|
|Spring Rate:||190 lb/in|
|Compressed Length:||1.05 in|
|Display Sell UOM:||PK|
|End Type:||Closed and Ground|
|Features:||Engineered to Better Withstand Shock Loading; Dimensional Consistency; Long Cycle Life; Superior Wire Finish Before and After Coiling; Optimal Wire Cross Section; Made From Vapor Degassed High Tensile Strength Chromium Alloy Steels; Less Downtime; Shot-Peened to Increase Fatigue Life; Designed to Endure Constant High-Speed Deflections|
|Material:||Chrome Silicone Alloy Steel|
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About Die Springs
While standard compression springs are made from round wire, die springs are made from rectangular or trapezoidal wire, which provides more resistance to compressive force and allows the springs to compress to a smaller size. They provide minimal compression in demanding applications with heavy loads and high shock stresses and are commonly used in clutches, brakes, stamping tools, dies, jigs, and punch presses.
These die springs are made from chrome-silicon steel for high strength and durability in applications with high static loads, shock stresses, or repetitive cycles.
The springs have a paint finish and are color-coded by duty rating so you can quickly find the spring you need for your task: blue is for medium duty, red is for medium- to heavy duty, gold is for heavy duty, and green is for extra-heavy duty.