Telescopic springs

Telescopic springs protect movable machine parts.  There is a double answer concerning the question: When do we recommend the use of telescopic springs?

    1. Telescopic springs are always the appropriate form of (machine) protection for moving parts when the available space is very limited, i.e. the use of gaiters is not possible.

    2. As telescopic springs are made from high quality steel, they are preferably used where there is an increased incidence of glowing filings or where there is constant sprinkling with emulsion fluids.


Telescopic springs are produced from high-quality steel. Spring steel is not sensitive to corrosion. Even in an aggressive environment or at high temperatures, telescopic springs offer optimum protection. Servicing is not necessary. In the case of heavy soiling, cleaning is however recommended followed by the application of a light film of oil.


 Installation is very easy. Centering flanges which allow the spring rotating movements that occur are all that are needed.When installing, nothing needs to be dismantled as the spring can wrap around the object to be protected like a ribbon.

 Height of stroke

 Telescopic springs can compress to a minimal extent.  This level corresponds to the width of the spring steel that is used.

 Horizontal use

 Telescopic springs can be used both horizontally and vertically.In the case of horizontal use, the outer diameter (Da) must be measured to be 3-5 mm larger.


 The cross section is always round and the stretched out telescopic spring always conical.  They are manufactured in predetermined diameters and lengths.The faultless functioning of different stroke lengths ensures the appropriate width.

Fields of application

 All types of machine tools. Telescopic springs serve to protect:

  •     shafts
  •     spindles
  •     columns
  •     screws
  •     piston rods

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