Our High Temperature Disc Springs are produced according to the standard DIN2093, outside diameter sizes range from 6.0mm to 250mm.
Learn more about High Temperature Disc Spring Specifications
1. Material Selection:
High temperature disc springs are typically made from materials that can withstand elevated temperatures without losing their mechanical properties. Alloy steels, superalloys, and heat-resistant stainless steels (such as Inconel or Hastelloy) are commonly used for this purpose.
2. Heat Resistance:
The primary characteristic of high-temperature disc springs is their ability to maintain their performance under elevated temperatures, which can range from a few hundred to over a thousand degrees Celsius, depending on the specific material used.
3. Application Range:
These springs find applications in industries such as aerospace, automotive, energy, oil and gas, and industrial machinery, where high temperatures are encountered due to engines, exhaust systems, furnaces, turbines, and other heat-producing equipment.
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