Free Height - is the height of the wave spring in the unloaded position.

Working Height - is the height the spring is compressed to for delivering the desired force.

Load - is the force the wave spring exerts when compressed.

Rate - is the change in load per unit deflection, generally given in pounds per inch. Rate could be specified between the minimum and maximum working heights.

Deflection - is the height that a spring is compressed from its free unloaded position.

Diameter Expansion - is the outward movement of the spring during compression that results in increased outside diameter.



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