In its new Centenary Catalogue, Lee Spring announces new series of DIN-Plus parts 2 and 1 compression springs. Made with excellent corrosion resistance, they help manufacturers ensure rapid delivery of standard parts, as well as a springboard for specification of custom units.
It is a smaller range of DIN2098 compression springs made of end-closed passivated stainless steel wire (EN 10270-3-1.4310-NS) that covers the Compression Instrument DIN (CID) standard. Available in sizes from 1.0mm to 52.4mm long, the DIN2098 part 2 features wire sizes from 0.1mm to 0.4mm and outside diameters to work inside hole diameters from 0.8mm to 6.0mm. They have a right-hand wound with ends squared (not ground). Part 2 is distinguished by Lee Spring’s passivation finish that maximizes the essential corrosion resistance.
From standard to larger range, DIN2098 part 1 compression springs are made of end-squared and ground plated spring steel (EN 10270-1-SH). Available in sizes from 4.4mm to 1015mm long, the DIN2098 part 1 has wire sizes from 0.5mm to 10mm and outside diameters to work inside hole diameters from 3.4mm to 140mm. They have a right-hand wound with ends squared and ground for added stability under heavy loading. It is also preset for wire sizes 1.25mm and up for better load carrying ability, and includes a zinc plate finish for better corrosion resistance.