2. Use hammers for loading and unloading rail clips. When installing railroad clips, special tools should be used to install them correctly. Hammering will deform the rail clips and damage the railroad clips.
3. The anti-corrosion layer of railroad clips is damaged and corroded. Inadequate protection during transportation, loading and unloading, or repeated disassembly and wear during installation, rubbing of installation equipment, and other mechanical damage. It is recommended to work in a civilized manner. The rusty parts should be painted and oiled in time.
4. The installation torque of rail clips is too large. The fastening of railroad clips should be based on the first contact between the lower jaw of the middle of the spring bar and the rail insulator, and the gap should not be greater than 0.5mm. If the installation torque is too large, the rail insulator will be pressed out of the pit, deformed, and the railroad appearance will be deformed. The residual deformation of the rail clips will be too large. When the rail clips are installed again in place, the buckle force of the rail clips will be reduced and the fatigue life will be shortened. If the railroad clips and rail insulator are damaged, they should be replaced immediately.
5. The gap between the front jaw of the railroad clips and the rail insulator is greater than 0.5mm, the installation torque is small, and the railroad clips buckle pressure is small, which affects the safety of the line. Should be screwed back to the three-point contact of rail clips.
In fact, there are a lot of information about railroad clips, and various problems will be encountered during use. In order not to affect normal use, it must be dealt with in a timely manner to ensure line safety. If you encounter the above problems when using railroad clips, you can refer to the provided methods to explain. If there are other situations when you use railroad clips, you can find a professional technician to deal with it to avoid greater damage.