Multistrand or braided springs are made from wire strands with different thread interweaving
structures and are used as compression, torsion, tension, and various other forms of springs. Due
to the structure of the strands, multistrand springs can withstand higher loads and reduced
torsional stresses even at high deflections, including complete blockage, making them far superior
compared to single-strand springs. In general, they are the preferred choice for designers in
sectors such as weapons, primarily in cases where limited installation space and high dynamic
loads are a concern.