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DIN 2093 compliant disc springs offer true 'fit for purpose' qualities

02 August 2011

Engineering buyers charged with the responsibility of purchasing disc spring washers or spring packs can remove any doubts regarding manufacturing quality, performance or reliability if they obtain written assurance from suppliers that the spring products conform in full to the DIN 2093 specification. Bauer Springs can supply a wide range of disc springs and spring packs, plus full documentation covering compliance with all the requirements of DIN 2093.

Disc springs from questionable sources, either from within the UK or overseas, can be manufactured from inferior materials, leading to premature spring failure, with considerable shortcomings in consistency of operation, durability and resistance to arduous conditions or environments. The availability of long term compression test results from suppliers is not only desirable but essential for proof of product suitability.

Many dished washer products (Belleville washers, for example) can be perfectly adequate for providing the necessary resistance locking component for threaded fasteners. Even though these spring products might appear to be visually identical to authentic DIN 2093 disc springs, they do not provide the quality, performance and durability characteristics provided by true DIN 2093 compliant products. This compliance is the only guarantee of ensuring that the disc springs and spring packs provide the true ‘fit for purpose’ qualities so essential for safety critical operations.
 


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