For over 20 years, the Kingrail Parts wheel brand has led the way in wheel design, manufacturing innovation and reliability. We now have an even stronger commitment to industry-leading safety and innovation. Our Micro Alloy wheels were recently patented. It has become a global standard by providing greater strength at higher temperatures, reducing wheelset disassembly and significantly extending wheel life.
Rail Wheel Manufacturing Process:
1. Wheels Steel Melting 2.Round Billet Sawing Cutting 3.Heating 4.Phosphorus 5.Stamping Forming 6.Rolling 7.Bending Punch 8.Hot Stamping 9.Laser Measurement 10.Drop Stack 11.Roughing 12. Hardening 13.Tempering 14.Sampling 15.Pre-processing 16.Finishing 17.The Cold Print 18.Static Equilibrium 19.The Cold Print 20.Hardness Testing 21.Ultrasonic Testing 22.Magnetic Particle Testing 23. Shot Peening 24.Painting Packaging
Types of Rail Wheels:
We can produce AAR and other international standard wheels, and we can also customize rail wheels according to your drawings and requirements.
1. One Wear
AAR Standard Single Wear Wheels are a true workhorse that can withstand the rigors of heavy-duty haulage service around the world today and are the proven choice for reliability and durability. AAR standard single wear wheels are available in 28", 33", 36" and 38".
2. One Wear Plus
If you're looking to add more miles to the life of your wheels, take a closer look at the One-Wear Plus. It provides extra tread service metal to cars in higher mileage van service, which can extend life.
3. Micro Alloy
Micro Alloy wheels are made with special materials that provide greater resistance to thermal degradation and are unable to absorb heat at higher temperatures. Various wheel sizes available; includes locomotives.
4. Two Wear and More Wear
When your wheels wear out, you can bring them back to life with our Two-Wear and Multi-Wear Wheels. It is made with extra rim thickness, allowing a worn wheel to be machined many times over its lifespan and return to its original shape.