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Springs - What is a Laminar Spring

A laminar spring is a unique spring form which results from the lamination of two or more Neg’ator bands. This design yields energy equal to the sum of the forces or torques of the individual springs. 

Laminar springs are suited to applications requiring a high load rating and relatively limited deflections such as door, lid and boom arm counterbalances, carriage springs, pedal returns and switch springs. These springs can be used in both the extension form and the motor form.

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