Products/Services for Cobalt Coil Springs

  • Compression Springs-Image
    Compression Springs - (367 companies)
    ...when at rest. Upon compression, the spring will express stored torsional energy in a pushing force. The shape-restoring force is proportional to the deflected distance of the spring. Thicker-coil, thinner-diameter springs require heavier loads...
    Coil Shape / Spring Type
    Outer Diameter (OD)
    Inner Diameter (ID)
  • Spring Washers-Image
    Spring Washers - (152 companies)
    ...where some of its deflection is irreversible; this is the first sign of washer fatigue. Spring washers have a small footprint and are valued in small machines where a coil spring would be unsuitable. Spring washers can also deflect in a linear...
  • Inductors, Coils, and Chokes-Image
    Inductors, Coils, and Chokes - (953 companies)
    Inductors coils and chokes are passive components that are designed to resist changes in current and store energy in the form of a magnetic field. Inductors, coils and chokes are passive devices that are designed to resist changes in current...
    Specialty Metal Shapes and Stock - (215 companies)
    ...casting. Roll compacting powder metals. Forging. Machining. Grinding. Punching. Cutting. Shearing. Processing Services. Specialty metal shapes and stock processing services including: Cut-to-length and multi-blanking. Coil-to-sheet tension leveling...
  • Cobalt and Cobalt Alloys-Image
    Cobalt and Cobalt Alloys - (124 companies)
    Cobalt and cobalt alloys are non-ferrous metals with high strength and toughness, excellent high temperature strength and resistance, and good corrosion resistance. How to Select Cobalt and Cobalt Alloys. Cobalt (Co) is a lustrous, silvery-blue...
    Metal Strip - (288 companies)
    Metal strip is narrow, thin stock that is usually 3/16 in. (4.76 mm) or less in thickness and under 24 in. (609.6 mm) in width. Metal strips are formed to precise thicknesses and/or width requirements.
    Power Springs and Spring Motors - (21 companies)
    The spring is wound around the drum in either the same direction or in the reverse direction. This configuration allows the spring to unwind presenting a steady force tangential to the coil of the spring. Features. Power springs are also known as clock...
    Air Springs - (55 companies)
    Air springs contain a column of air in an elastomeric bellow or sleeve to provide suspension, isolation, or actuation. Commonly found in vehicle suspension systems, perhaps in conjunction with a coil spring, they are also used to insulate vibration...
    Torsion Springs - (241 companies)
    ...are subject to bending stress--not torsion--as the torque is carried through the length of the wound material. The spring coil's diameter reduces and the body length increases as the legs (work points) of the spring are deflected. Operation. The legs...
    Flat Springs - (97 companies)
    ...come in a variety of configurations depending on the application. They include leaf springs and flat coil springs. A leaf spring is an important component in a suspension, such as in a car or other vehicle, where it can provide stability and help...

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  • Integrated Biomaterials Science
    An all-metal spacer with a posterior “floating” hinge connecting two cobalt chromium platens with two interposed coiled titanium springs was proposed by (Hedman et al., 1988, 1991).
  • Pathways in external apical root resorption associated with orthodontia
    A red ElgiloyÒ cobalt steel alloy 0.0058 · 0.022 inch open coil spring (Rocky Mountain Orthodontics, Den- ver, CO, USA) was used to apply the orthodontic force as described previously (24).
  • Vehicular Engine Design
    …plates, aluminum casting 75 Chromium in iron alloys 73 Clamping load 118, 162 Clearance volume 98 Closed-deck block 79, 91 Closing velocity, valves 39, 206 Coatings, piston 170 Cobalt in iron alloys 73 Coil bind, valve spring 213 Coil clash, valve…
  • Vehicular Engine Design
    …iron alloys, 298 Clamping load, 37, 54, 110, 168, 173, 184, 274, 317 Clearance volume, 149, 301 Closed-deck block, 137 Closing velocity, valves, 366, 367 Coatings, piston, 298 Cobalt in iron alloys, 99 Coil bind, valve spring , 374 Coil clash, valve…
  • Force degradation of closed coil springs: an in vitro evaluation.
    This in vitro study was designed to determine the force degradation of closed coil springs made of stainless steel (SS), cobalt -chromium-nickel (Co-Cr-Ni) and nickel-titanium (Niti) alloys, when they were extended to generate an initial force value in…
  • The effects of samarium-cobalt magnets and pulsed electromagnetic fields on tooth movement.
    The results showed that both the static magnetic field produced by the samarium- cobalt magnets and the pulsed electromagnetic field used in combination with the coil spring were successful in increasing the rate of tooth movement over that produced by the coil…
  • Tissue response to space closure in monkeys: a comparison of orthodontic magnets and superelastic coil springs.
    Thus, the present experimental study was undertaken to test this hypothesis using commercially available cobalt -samarium magnets for orthodontic treatment in comparison to treatment with Sentalloy closed coil springs with respect to possible side effects on alveolar bone growth, gingival epithelial thickness…
  • Congenital Heart Disease
    Nonferromagnetic MP35n1 (nickel– cobalt–chromium– molybdenum) alloy radial arms (4) with Dacron (polyester) fabric Double umbrella Nonferromagnetic MP35n1 (nickel– cobalt –chromium– molybdenum) alloy radial arms (4), spring (Nitinol) coil design, with Dacron (polyester) fabric .
  • Possibility of using carbon nanotubes as microactuators
    The material of the spring is a strong magnetic material (e.g. Cobalt ), such that when an electric current is passed through the coil , a powerful magnetic field is generated along its axis.
  • Post-test analysis of components from selenide isotope generator modules M-7, M-15, and M-18
    Cobalt -base alloys are more resistant to sulfur attack and possibly selenium attack, so we would recommend the Haynes* alloys, 25 or 188, as spring material.^^ Haynes alloy No. 25 has been used in coil springs at temperatures up to 650°C…