Deutsch: Spirale / Español: Espiral / Português: Espiral / Français: Spirale / Italiano: Spirale
In mathematics, a spiral is a curve which emanates from a central point, getting progressively farther away as it revolves around the point.

In an industrial or industry context, the term "spiral" typically refers to a continuous, helical curve that is either increasing or decreasing in size along its length. This can include a wide range of products and industries, such as:

  • Conveyors: spiral conveyors, also known as helix conveyors or spiral elevators, are used to convey materials vertically or at an incline.

  • Stairs and staircases: spiral staircases are a type of staircase that winds around a central pole or column.

  • Piping and ductwork: spiral pipes and ducts, also known as helical pipes and ducts, are used in fluid handling and air handling applications.

  • Heat exchangers: spiral heat exchangers, also known as helical heat exchangers, are used in industrial processes to transfer heat between fluids.

  • Springs: spiral springs, also known as helical springs, are used in a wide range of applications, including mechanical and automotive engineering.

  • Screws and bolts: spiral screws and bolts, also known as helical screws and bolts, are used in fastening and joining applications.

  • Augers and helixes: spiral augers and helixes, also known as helical augers and helixes, are used in material handling, drilling, and excavation applications.

These are just a few examples of the many products and industries that are related to "spiral" in an industrial or industry context.

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