Disc springs

They are ideal for applications with high loads, especially in limited space. The conical disk spring
is made from a convex disk where the outer edge is in opposition to the center of the disk, creating
a large spring force within a short range of motion. The flat spring configuration allows these
springs to withstand higher loads with relatively small deflection and less solid height compared to
standard spiral-designed springs. Flat springs are versatile and used in many manufacturing and
power transmission applications. Some common uses of disk springs include: