Spring Type Spring Type 

Compression  
Extension 
System of Measurement System of Measurement 


ID ID 


Length Length  Show 


Length Length  Hide 

Material Material 


Compressed Length @ Maximum Load Compressed Length@ Maximum Load 


Load Load 


These springs are more corrosion resistant than standard compression springs. They're also easier to compress than standard compression springs. As you squeeze a compression spring, it pushes back to return to its original length. Rate is the amount of force required for every inch of compression or, for metric springs, millimeter of compression. The higher the rate, the harder it is to compress the spring.
302 stainless steel springs have good corrosion resistance.
For technical drawings and 3D models, click on a part number.
OD, mm  ID, mm  Wire Dia., mm  Compressed Lg. @ Max. Load, mm  Max. Load , lbs.  Rate, lbs./mm  Material  End Type  Pkg. Qty.  Pkg.  
17.5 mm Lg.  

3.61  2.8  0.41  6.2  1.34  0.11  302 Stainless Steel  Closed  5  00000000  000000 
Made of stainless steel, these springs are more corrosion resistant than steel springs. They're also easier to extend than steel springs. As you stretch an extension spring, it gets harder to pull. Minimum load is the amount of force required to start to extend the spring. Maximum load is the amount of force required to fully extend the spring. Rate is the amount of force required for every inch of extension or, for metric springs, millimeter of compression.
For technical drawings and 3D models, click on a part number.