The volute buffer spring is made from a hot-rolled flat bar with slack left between each coil. So that they cause the next coils to adhere to each other during the formation of the spring load. The use of such a spring causes the resulting energy acting on the spring to be dissipated. Unlike cylindrical springs, the conical type is characterized by progressive characteristics.
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