• 2014-03-19

    A Collection of Railway fastening products

    "Rail Sleeper ScrewRail sleeper screw spikes are used to fasten sole plates and ribbed base plates to wooden sleepers. In rail construction with the concrete sleepers, the rail sleeper screw is used in combination with a plastic dowel pres...

  • 2014-03-18

    History and overview of tie plate

    "A tie plate, baseplate or sole plate is a steel plate used _disibledevent="line-height:2.5;">Tie plates came into use around the year 1900, before which time flanged T rail was spiked directly to the ties.

  • 2014-03-17

    Grade and Standards of screw spike

    "Standards of screw spikeGrade description (technical requirements) of ASTM1. AREA 4-1.4 in 1991 class 2 (ASTM 1183 Class2) ①Tensile strength (PSI)≥760MPa ②Yield strength≥552MPa ③Elongation2"≥12% ④Reduction of cross section≥25%⑤...

  • 2014-03-17

    Screw Spike and Surface Treatment

    "Screw spike, or lag bolt, is a kind of railway fasterner which was first introduced in 1860 in France (French tire-fond), and became common in continental Europe. It is _disibledevent="line-height:2.5;">

  • 2014-03-14

    Introduction of Rail Spikes and Rail screws

    "Rail spikes Rusted cut spikes (scale in inches)Dog spikeA rail spike (also known as a cut spike or crampon) is a large nail with an offset head that is used to secure rails and base plates to railroad ties in the track. Robert Livings...

  • 2014-03-04

    History and overview of Rail fastening system

    "The earliest wooden rails were fixed to wooden sleepers by pegs through holes in the rail, or by nails. By the 18th century cast iron rails had come into use, and also had holes in the rail itself to allow them to be fixed to a supp...

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