Flat Spring and Reel Solutions for the Aerospace Industry

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For decades, Hunter Spring has been creating reel and flat spring solutions for use in the aerospace industry.

The constant force springs have been utilized on a variety of aircraft to allow the opening and closing of cargo doors, stairs and cabin doors.

The spring powered cable reels, which are smaller, have been utilized to retract everything from luggage doors to armrests, footrests and tray tables.

Flat Spring and Reel Solutions

Hunter Spring offers a range of static grounding reels for the aircraft exterior, which can be used by ground service crews when transporting fuel and refueling aircraft.

Navigation and landing system antennas and even satellites use the constant force springs.

Hunter Spring’s specialist Stacer spring (Spiral Tube and Actuator for Controlled Extension and Retraction) is employed to deploy antennas and probes on satellites after reaching orbit.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Hunter Spring.

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