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Spring Rate - What is it & how do I determine spring rate?
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Spring Rate - What is it & how do I determine spring rate?


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SPRING RATE - WHAT IS IT & HOW DO I DETERMINE SPRING RATE? 1. Deflect* the spring approximated 20% of the available deflection and measure the load (P1) and the height (L1). 2. Deflect* the spring approximately 80% of the available deflection and measure the load (P2) and the height (L2). 3. Calculate the rate (lbs/inch) or (N/mm) by using the following formula: R = (P2 - P1) (L1 - L2) where R = Rate, P = Load, L = Load Length *To deflect a spring one would apply or remove an external load, causing the spring ends/arms to move.


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