Helical coil springs; unlike compression and tension springs, can be loaded with torsional stress. The ends of the windings are extended tangentially. This was done to create momentum. These branches can be in various forms according to the place where they are applied. Wraps are wrapped together
& Nbsp; p>
But no front force has been loaded. Although most springs are wrapped around, the distance between the windings can also be set to reduce friction. These springs are used to apply a torque or store energy. In order to provide convenient installation and working possibilities, various types of arc spring are produced.