Torsion spring for led downlight clip
1070/ 70/ 70
1066/ 65/ 65MN
9260/ SUP6,SUP7/ 60SiCr7/ 60C2/ 60Si2Mn
6150/ SUP10/ 1.8159/ 50CrΦA/ 50CrVA
|304/ S30400/ SUS304/ X5CrNi18-10/ 0Cr18Ni9|
316/ S31600/ SUS316/ X5CrNi17.12.2/ 0Cr17Ni12Mo2
631/ S17700/ SUS631/ 1.4568/ 17-7PH
The torsion spring mounting ring allows 6-inch Nora retrofit modules to install in housings or frame-ins without torsion spring brackets. The ring can be held in place with spring clips, screws, or friction blades.
Installs in "L" and "P" style 6-inch recessed housings and "L" style 6-inch frame-ins.
Torsion springs with legs of equal length oriented at varying unloaded angles. Torsion springs can store and release angular energy or statically hold a mechanism in place by deflecting the legs about the body centerline axis. They offer resistance to twist or rotationally applied force. A spring of this type will reduce in body diameter and increase slightly in body length when deflected in the preferred direction of the fabricated wind. Depending on the application, torsion springs can be designed to work in a clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation, thus determining the direction of the wind. Common torsion springs are those used in a clothes pin or a garage door.