Railway fish plate, also known as rail joint or rail joint bar, is a metal steel rod that is fixed to the ends of two rails with fish bolts to connect them together to form a rail.
The railway fishplate plays an important role in ensuring the stability and safety of the train when the train passes through the rail joint section.
UIC (International Union of Railways) standard rail joints are very popular in the railway market, especially UIC 60 rail fish plates.
UIC60 Rail Fish Plates Specifications:
Holes: 4 holes, 6 holes
Surface: Plain/Black Oil
Length: 920mm 6 holes, 630mm 4 holes
Weight: 17.5kg/pc 4holes
Packing: Bundled by steel strips with iron/wood pallets
Main Market: Southeast Asia
UIC54 Rail Fish Plates Chemical Composition:
Mechanical Properties of UIC54 Rail Fish Plates:
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UIC60 Rail Fish Plates of 4 holes drawings: