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Torsion Springs

A torsion spring is a spring that works by twisting. Stanley Spring can custom fabricate a torsion spring that will offer resistance to a twisting or rotationally applied force. When twisted, a torsion spring exerts a torque in the opposite direction, proportional to the amount it’s twisted, thus releasing angular energy. Depending on the specifications of our customer, these springs can be designed to work in a clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation.

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Stanley Spring customers typically use torsion springs for the following:

  • Vehicle Suspensions
  • Clipboards
  • Clothes Pins
  • Swing-down tailgates
  • Doors/Garage Doors

A torsion spring may be used whenever a rotational or torsional force is needed, and they can be produced in a variety of sizes, materials, and thicknesses, depending on the application in which they’re being used.

Torsion springs designed by Stanley can be used for hinges, lever return applications, and counterbalances. Small torsion springs are commonly used in electronics while bigger variations, where large loads need to be applied, are mainly used for industrial purposes. During the design phase, Stanley Springs ensures that the load is applied in the direction of wind, because as they wind up, the diameter is reduced and their body length elongates.

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