Lateral springs, arm springs or torsion springs are the same product. An arm spring can be supplied in a wire thickness of 0.1 to 25.0 mm.
A lateral spring - also called an arm spring - is a cylindrically coiled spring with a rectilinear bar made of spring steel.
The spring mechanism arises from twisting the bar.
An arm spring is utilized in such things as vehicles, where one end of the spring is fitted in the chassis, for example, and the other end of the spring to a wheel suspension.
An arm spring can have a wire thickness of 0.1 to 25.0 mm.