Small-diameter springs and rings

  • 20-Apr-2016 02:32 EDT
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Smalley’s newly expanded manufacturing capabilities now allow its engineers to design and manufacture Smalley Wave Springs and Spirolox Retaining Rings as small as 4 mm (0.16 in) in diameter. The company notes that its engineers have pushed the limits on coiling technology for more than 50 years. Smalley’s Crest-to-Crest wave springs originated nearly 35 years ago with the promise of space savings and continue to provide spring height reductions of nearly 50% compared to standard coil springs, the company claims. Smalley can answer design questions and provide solutions that most suit a specific application. The company meets international standards, including ISO 9001, ISO/TS16949, AS9100, and ISO 14001. For more information, visit http://www.smalley.com/.

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