Wave springs

  • 30-Mar-2011 02:59 EDT
ROTOR CLIP TRUWAVE™ WAVE Rotor Clip MST Wave Spring for bearing pre-loads.jpg

The MST-series Truwave wave springs from Rotor Clip are single-turn metric wave springs in sizes from 16 to 170 mm that are suited for short deflection applications. The units provide advantages for bearing retention including overhead assembly due to light gripping of the wave spring on the inside of the bearing bore, automatic installation via a tapered mandrel, an even load/force with small tolerances, and self centering in bearing bore. The wave springs eliminate radial jamming because spring ends overlap and do not push against one another. No tooling cost is required for special sizes.

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