Please note the following when designing:
- As the number of springs increases, friction and uneven deflection increases
- Column length (L0) should not exceed three times the outer diameter De of the single spring.
- No more than 3 feathers should be stacked in parallel (if possible).
- The ends of the disc spring column should, if possible, touch the outside diameter.
DISC SPRING STACKS
Application and types of stacks
A basic distinction is made between static and dynamic applications. Dynamic applications require a significant design check with regard to the hysteresis and service life of the spring columns, whereas static applications are generally less complex to calculate.
Disc spring stacks can be stacked both in parallel and in alternating directions. Broken down in simple terms, it can be stated that with parallel layering the force is multiplied and with alternating layering the spring travel is multiplied.
Leading of stacks
In order for a disc spring stacks to fulfill its function, it is essential to ensure proper guidance. Stacks can be guided on both the outside diameter and the inside diameter.
Below we have presented a recommendation for the leadership game based on a table and based on DIN 2093.
Of course, you should discuss your design and planning with us in advance.