Stabilising and consolidating machines
5 Plasser DGS 62 N stabilizers.
These systems use adjustable frequencies to dynamically simulate the vibrations caused by the passage of convoys in order to definitively stabilise the line.
This stabilisation process means that the line can be immediately opened to rail traffic without any concern over failures: a categorical requirement for high-speed lines.
The stabilisation process is designed to reduce the voids in the crushed stone and thereby enlarge the contact surface between ballast and sleepers. This ensures better track stability, in the immediate term and over time, thereby extending the lifetime of the initial geometry.
The DGS 62 N dynamic stabilizer has two devices that create horizontal and vertical vibrations in relation to the axis of the track, generating a crushed stone compaction effect without altering the profile and level of the track.
The track is thereby quickly and definitively stabilized with high precision and, without altering its geometry, the lifecycle of the line is extended by 30%.
Moreover, thanks to this stabilisation process, the line can be immediately opened to rail traffic without any concern over failures: a categorical requirement for high-speed lines.
Fine adjustment of the work frequency and applied load up to a maximum of 356 kN.
High-precision measurement systems monitor levelling (and consequently the load acting on the rails) and the railbed’s resistance to lateral displacement.
Pre- and post-recording systems for parameters relating to the geometry of the entire alignment.
Quantity: 5 DGS 62 N
Power: 300 KW
Performances: 3.000 m/h
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