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Wave Washers
Wave Washers—also commonly referred to as Wave Springs or Coiled Wave Springs—are used to absorb stress due to axial compressive loads, acting as a cushion. The waves of the wave washer provide 3, 4, or 6-point contact that results in greater load-bearing capacity and a medium range of deflection. The height and material thickness regulate the load function. Wave Spring Washers are typically used in thrust-loading applications for small deflections, particularly where radial space is limited. Wave washers can help offset tolerance deviations in the assembly process and reduce loosening due to vibration. • Available in carbon and stainless steel • Offered in clear zinc, yellow zinc, and black oxide finishes • Requires less operating space than traditional coil springs • Evenly distributes applied loads • Minimal sharp edge interference or gall
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