The rubber spring uses the elasticity of the rubber its […]
The rubber spring uses the elasticity of the rubber itself to function as an elastic member. He can withstand compressive and torsional loads. The advantage is that the energy stored per unit mass is more than that of the metal spring, the sound insulation performance is good, the work is noiseless, and lubrication is not required. Due to the large internal friction of the rubber, the rubber spring has a certain damping capacity. Rubber springs are often used as secondary springs and buffer blocks for suspensions.