Rail cart wheels can be used in various railway applications. High-quality metal and sophisticated design can help your car or trolley stay on the rail safely, reducing the possibility of any type of accident at your work site.
Rail Cart Wheels Specifications:
Process: Forged & Casting Rail Wheels
Size Range: diameter from 0 to ≤1450mm
Matrials: cast steel, 60#,65 #, 65Mn, 42CrMoA,etc
Standards: AAR M-107, UIC 811-1, EN13261, GOST 31334, IRIS 16/95, KSR 9220, BS 5892, JIS E4502, TB/T 2945, and other international standards
Test: Chemical analysis, Metallographic, Mechnical analysis, Ultrasonic testing, Magnetic testing, Impact testing, Hardness testing, Surface quality and dimension report
Rail Cart Wheels Features:
High-quality rail wheels have the characteristics of strong durability, long life, and not easy to crack and break. The advanced wheel manufacturing process can successfully avoid the risks of irregular configuration, wheel skidding or tread wobble.
Types of Rail Cart Wheels:
1. Single flange rail wheels
Single flange wheels are ideal for a variety of heavy commercial and industrial rail vehicles, usually used in forestry, factories, mining and offshore loading industries. Wheels can be used for driven wheels or fixed wheels, and can be processed to meet specific track sizes.
2. Double flange track wheels
Double flange wheels can ensure the best safety and maneuverability in places with common heavy loads, high impacts or uneven loads. Double flange wheels are very suitable for wood kilns, material transportation vehicles, offshore rails, cranes, and factory or mining vehicles.
3.Flat-faced rail wheels
In some difficult applications, there are differences in track gauges, and a more forgiving design is required. For this reason, double-flanged wheels are usually used on one side, and flat treads are used on the other side without flanges, allowing the car to have more lateral movement.
The manufacturing process of Rail Cart Wheels:
1. Wheel steel melting 2. Round billet sawing 3. Heating 4. Phosphorus 5. Stamping and forming 6. Rolling 7. Bending punch 8. Hot stamping 9. Laser measurement 10. Blanking pile 11. Rough machining 12. Quenching 13. Tempering 14. Sampling 15. Pretreatment 16. Finishing 16. Cold layout 17. Static balance 18. Cold version 19. Hardness test 20. Ultrasonic test 21. Magnetic particle test 22. Shot blasting 23. Spray paint packaging