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Bars, sheets and springs in polyurethane

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PU springs

Polyurethane springs are elastic elements for tools and moulds: here our selection of Jumpy springs.

Polyurethane elastic springs

Advantages

Jumpy polyurethane springs by EXSTO Italia offers some real advantages. In fact, they guarantee functional safety and extended life which implies lower maintenance costs and also reduced operating costs!

The high quality of Jumpy elastic components comes from the special chemical structure of the polymers used in their manufacture.

Mechanical-dynamic properties

Jumpy elastic springs have excellent mechanical-dynamic properties thanks to the special chemical-morphological structure of the polymers used.

The polyurethane system and the design of our springs guarantees high tear resistance, high breaking load and optimum oil resistance.

They don’t lose any of their high mechanical properties such as high elastic perfomance (elongation 500-600%) and low permanent deformation even during continuous dynamic functioning at 80-90 ºC. Moreover, jumpy springs excell for their ow heat accumulation due to internal friction.


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    MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS

    The purpose of this section is to help technicians select the correct size of elastic component.

    In order to make the most of Jumpy elastic components we recommend the following advice:

    • Adjust the deformation of the Jumpy component within the limits allowed (25-30% of the original height)
    • The length of the elastic component must not exceed twice its diameter to avoid load loss due to deflection
    • Select the frequency of deformation in relation to the percentage of deformation to avoid dangerous overheating
    • Ensure proper lubrification of the pilot pin and all work surfaces to reduce friction at the polyurethane-metal interface.

    POLYURETHANE SPRINGS CAN BE MOUNTED IN TWO WAYS:

     

    • A) PARALLEL MOUNT
      This kind of mounting can double or triple the force necessary for deformation (see Fig.1)
      Total load P = a + b
      Total deformation C = C1 = C2
    • B) SERIES MOUNT
      When it is necessary to double or triple the deformation of the unit without varying the force of deformation (see Fig.2)
      Total load P = a = b
      Total deformation C = C1 + C2

    With both types of mounting it is necessary to allow sufficient space for the lateral expansion of the elastic components during the deformation. To calculate the space necessary it is important to remember that d1 = 1.33 d (see Fig.3)

    The deformation characteristics of Jumpy elastic components are a function of the percentage of deformation to be obtained, of the ShºA hardness of the elastomer and the form factor.
    The form factor is obtained by calculating the ratio between the load-bearing surfaces and the surfaces free to deform (see Fig.2).

    Products available in Polyurethane

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