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Asked Questions

1.Which material is suitable for spring clips and tube bundling products ?+


Spring Clips are commonly used metal components for connecting and securing parts. They require durability and safety. Using carbon steel along with a heat treatment process can further optimize the product. The most commonly used specifications include S50C, SUP6, SUP10, and 1065 steel.


2.What are the characteristics and common types of spring steel ?+


Springs are elastic components capable of undergoing deformation and returning to their original shape; whereas carbon steel possesses excellent strength and hardness, allowing it to withstand high levels of stress and load while being easy to process. Therefore, it is the optimal choice for both spring suppliers and carbon steel suppliers. The most commonly used steel types include S50C, S65C, SK85, 1065 steel, 1085 steel, and the SUP series.


3.Where is Spring Steel used ?+


Spring steel is widely used in various industries, including the automotive industry, machinery manufacturing, electronic equipment, household appliances, and aerospace, among others. It is employed in the production of various types of springs to meet the diverse requirements for springs in different fields.


4.What is Spring Steel ?+


Spring steel is a type of steel specifically used for manufacturing springs. It possesses excellent elasticity and mechanical properties to accommodate the deformation and recovery characteristics required by springs in their applications




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