Retaining ring

A retaining ring is a fastener that holds components or assemblies onto a shaft or in a housing/bore when installed in a groove. Once installed, the exposed portion acts as a shoulder which retains the specific component or assembly. Circlips are a type of retaining ring.

Retaining rings are typically made from carbon steel, stainless steel or beryllium copper and may feature a variety of finishes for corrosion protection depending on the type of environment in which they are used.

Volute spring

A volute spring is a compression spring in the form of a cone (a volute). Under compression, the coils slide past each other, thus enabling the spring to be compressed to a very short length in comparison to what would be possible with a more conventional helix spring.

The shape of the initial spring steel (or other material) is a "V", with the ends of the V at either end of the wound spring (which forms a distorted cylinder, of wider diameter at the centre), and the bottom point of the V at the centre. Such springs can frequently be found as a component of garden secateurs. Short posts anchored in each side of the handles, and inserted into each narrow end of the spring, retains the spring in position.

Constant force spring

A constant-force spring is a spring for which the force it exerts over its range of motion is a constant. That is, it does not obey Hooke's law. Generally constant-force springs are constructed as a rolled ribbon of spring steel such that the spring is relaxed when it is fully rolled up. As it is unrolled, the restoring force comes primarily from the portion of the ribbon near the roll. Because the geometry of that region remains nearly constant as the spring unrolls, the resulting force is nearly constant.

A conical spring can be made to have a constant rate by creating the spring with a variable pitch. Putting a larger pitch in the larger OD coils and a smaller pitch in the smaller OD coils will force the spring to collapse all the coils at the same rate when compressed.

Optical fibre glass cable spring

An optical fiber connector terminates the end of an optical fiber, and enables quicker connection and disconnection than splicing. The connectors mechanically couple and align the cores of fibers so light can pass. Better connectors lose very little light due to reflection or misalignment of the fibers. In all, about 100 fiber optic connectors have been introduced to the market.

Optical fiber connectors are used to join optical fibers where a connect/disconnect capability is required. Due to the polishing and tuning procedures that may be incorporated into optical connector manufacturing, connectors are generally assembled onto optical fiber in a supplier’s manufacturing facility. However, the assembly and polishing operations involved can be performed in the field, for example, to make cross-connect jumpers to size.

Brush holder spring

Motor brush springs are constant force springs that are specially constructed to provide the ideal method of ensuring consistent, dependable pressure to electric motor commutators, we can provide you both single coil constant force springs and twin coil constant force springs for carbon brush.

Our grounding breaking research on the effects of spring pressure relating to brush performance, led to superior brush holder designs using "Constant Force Springs." Constant force springs can dramatically improve brush life, resulting in lower maintenance costs.

Spiral Springs

Power spring

Perfect Spring is a leading designer and manufacturer of power springs (also known as clock springs), including Conpower springs and conventional Power Springs. Conpower is Perfect Spring’s brand name for its pre-stressed power spring, a brand that is well known and highly respected for quality throughout the world.

Perfect Spring's Conpower and conventional power springs are formed by winding a strip of material on an arbor and into a case or retaining ring to create a compact power source. Rotational torque is obtained from a center arbor or from the case. This torque increases throughout the total winding of the spring.

Carbon brush spring

Brush Spring : Brush Spring are also known as Spiral Spring. Brush spring is so called because they have been used for such long time to apply pressure to carbon brushes in electrical motors & generators. These are also called as Carbon Brush Springs.

Brush Spring Use: Alternators, Starter motors, Electrical Motors, Generators

Brush Spring Material: High Carbon steel, Stainless Steel.

BB coupling

We are one of the leading manufacturer and supplier of superior quality BB Coupling. We manufacture these couplings by making use of supreme grade steel obtained from the reliable vendors of the market. This component is a perfect is a perfect blend of quality and design.

High performance
Low cost

Switch gear spring

We are highly involved in manufacturing, trading, exporting, importing and supplying a wide gamut of Switch Gear Spring. These springs are highly recognized for their compact design, sturdy construction, high tensile strength, flexibility and durability. Moreover, these springs are made up of finest premium quality raw material in compliance with international quality standards and norms. One can purchase these from us at moderately rates.

Railway part spring

Snap ring

Cable jointing kit parts

Conver spring

Reversible spring

Nagater spring

Xerox machine part

Cable jointing kit parts

RO water purifier spare parts

Bearing NR ring


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