Case study: through China's mountains

August 2010
Railway Gazette International;Aug2010 Pandrol Supplement, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses the application of the Pandrol in-line Single Fastclip (SFC) baseplates using the Rheda 2000 slab design on the 37-kilometer railway which crosses China's Dabieshan mountains. The Pandrol in-line SFC was chosen based on the overall cost benefit and compliance with technical specifications and experience. The installation of the base plates is described. It is mentioned that the line opened for revenue service in April 2009 and has been highly successful.


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