Unlock the Power of Spring Force with Our Calculator

ENTER YOUR DIMENSIONS

Select Your Spring Type

compression

COMPRESSION

extension

EXTENSION

torsion

TORSION

Select Your Unit of Measurement

Attention:

Input results shown will be +/- 10% from middle value.
Hint: The closer your min and max inputs are, the more accurate your results will be!

Wire Diameter

Wire Diameter

Design type  
Min Max - IN

Outer Diameter

Outer Diameter

Inner Diameter

Design type  
Min Max - IN
Free Length

Free Length

Design type  
Min Max - IN
Total Coils

Total Coils

Design type  
Min Max -  
Material Type

Material Type

spring-wire-diameter

End Types

Wind Direction

Wind Direction

Wire Diameter

Wire Diameter

Design type  
Min Max - IN
Outer Diameter

Outer Diameter

Design type  
Min Max - IN
Length Inside Hooks

Length Inside
Hooks

Design type  
Min Max - IN
Material Type

Material Type

Hook Types

Hook Types

Wire Diameter

Wire Diameter

Design type  
Min Max - IN

Outer Diameter

Outer Diameter

Inner Diameter

Design type  
Min Max - IN
Leg Length 1

Leg Length 1

Design type  
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Min Max - IN
Leg Length 2

Leg Length 2

Design type  
Min Max - IN
Free Position

Free Position or Leg Position in degrees

Design type  
Min Max -  
Total Coils

Total Coils

Design type  
Min Max -  
Material Type

Material Type

Wind Direction

Wind Direction

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Warning Messages

Use our spring force constant calculator to find the force in a spring. To calculate spring force constant, enter the inputs and click calculate. Outputs include compression spring force, force on a spring, spring force constant, and spring rates. This is also a spring rates calculator that calculates spring rates. The spring constant is also known as your spring rate or compression spring rate.

 

How to Measure Spring Rate:

Enter your inputs into our spring force calculator and review your answers. Outputs include spring rates and spring constant. Spring rates are a constant, for example: If your spring rate is 10 lbbsf/in, then it will take you 10 lbsf of force to compress the spring one inch of distance.

To determine a spring load or load of a spring, use the formula:

 

            Spring rate X times distance traveled = spring load or force load of a spring.

Our spring force calculator generates a real-time “Spring Force Tester” so you can see your spring's MAXIMUM SAFE Force and maximum travel distance in REAL TIME.

 

How to Find Spring Rate:

To measure the spring rate, input your data into our Spring Force Calculator and evaluate the generated results. Spring rates and the spring constant are revealed. For example, if your spring rate is 10 lbf/in, it means that it takes 10 pounds of force to compress the spring by one inch. To calculate a spring load, simply multiply the spring rate by the spring's distance traveled.

 

Spring Creator 5.0:

Additionally, our Spring Creator 5.0 can generate 3D spring blueprints, making it easy to share or save your designs as PDFs once your spring's specifications are complete.

Explore the world of springs and experience the convenience of Spring Creator 5.0. It's more than a calculator; it's a tool that empowers engineers and enthusiasts to unlock the full potential of their spring designs.

 

 

 

Created by Alfonso Jaramillo J
President Acxess Spring
Over 40 Years of Experience in Spring Engineering and Manufacturing

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