High carbon steel : 77B / 82B
5 mm /5.5mm /5mm /6.5mm /7mm /7.5 mm
325mm - 3500 mm
Oiled Tempered / Black coated/Corrosion resistant
Rolling door / garage door / industrial /Furniture
|Place of Origin||Jiangsu, China|
|Model Number||Electrophoretic Torsion Spring|
|Name||Electrophoretic Torsion Spring|
|Size||2", 2" 5/8, 3" 3/4, 6"|
|Packaging Details||Inner Packing: Plastic bag; Carton Box Outer Packing: Cartons, wooden boxes or pallets|
|Supply Ability||10000 Piece/Pieces per Month|
|Quantity (kilograms)||1 - 20||> 20|
|Lead time (days)||15||To be negotiated|
|Product Name||Garage Door Spring|
STRICT CONTROL OF MATERIAL QUALITY
Not easy to rust
Not easy to corrode
Long service life
ALUMINUM ALLOY JOINT
Thickened aluminum alloy joint
not easy to break
The surface of the spring is separately coated with anti-rust oil to insulate oxidation and increase the anti-rust ability
The hole diameter of the fixed end is enlarged which is suitable for6-10 mm thick screws and has a wider application range
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Q1: How long do garage door springs typically last?
A1: The lifespan of garage door springs can vary depending on factors such as usage frequency, maintenance, and environmental conditions. On average, torsion springs can last around 10,000 to 15,000 cycles, which translates to approximately 7 to 12 years of normal use. Extension springs, on the other hand, generally have a shorter lifespan of about 5 to 7 years. It’s important to note that regular maintenance and proper care can help extend the lifespan of garage door springs.
Q2: Can I replace garage door springs myself?
A2: Replacing garage door springs can be a complex and potentially dangerous task. It involves handling high-tension springs and requires specialized knowledge and tools. It is highly recommended to hire a professional technician with experience in garage door spring replacement. They have the expertise and equipment necessary to safely remove and install new springs, ensuring that the door operates smoothly and safely.
Q3: How can I tell if my garage door spring is broken or worn out?
A3: There are several signs that may indicate a broken or worn-out garage door spring. These include: The door is difficult to open or close: When a spring is damaged, the door may feel heavier than usual and become challenging to operate manually. Uneven or crooked door: A broken spring can cause the door to become unbalanced, resulting in it being higher on one side or appearing crooked when closed. Loud bang or noise: If you hear a loud bang or snap coming from the garage when opening or closing the door, it could indicate a broken spring. Visible damage: Inspect the springs visually for signs of wear, such as gaps or breaks in the coils or any signs of rust or corrosion. If you notice any of these signs, it’s advisable to contact a professional technician to assess and potentially replace the garage door springs. Attempting to operate the door with a broken spring can be dangerous and may cause further damage to the door or opener system.
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