Because railway pads are mainly installed between steel rails and concrete sleepers, they are mainly used to buffer the high-speed vibration and impact generated when the train passes through the railway track and protect the roadbed and sleepers. Therefore, the railway pads should be exposed to the atmosphere for a long time, in order to avoid Frequent replacement requires natural aging resistance, cold resistance and heat resistance.
In order to better understand rail rubber pads, Kingrail Parts will show you the features of rubber pads for railway tracks.
1. Shock absorption, anti-aging, abrasion resistance, stability, high and low temperature resistance, products include natural rubber, styrene butadiene rubber, neoprene, HDPE, EVA, high-density polyethylene and other combinations, product flexibility High, and not easy to deform or break under various temperatures.
2. Long service life, low maintenance and replacement cost.
3. Complete models, suitable for the laying of various rails such as 43KG, 50KG, 60KG, and various sleepers such as wooden sleepers and concrete sleepers.
4. Strong follow-up force, shockproof performance, good insulation performance, wear resistance, less deformation after repeated compression, high strength, aging resistance, no mud turning, long service life, easy installation. The use of railway rubber pads can greatly improve the transportation capacity of motor vehicles, reduce the number of crossing repairs, and avoid traffic accidents caused by motor vehicles stalling.
Generally speaking, railway rubber pads have many characteristics. Correct and reasonable installation can ensure the normal operation of railway turnouts. The reason why railway rubber pads can be widely used is that in addition to the many characteristics of railway rubber pads, railway rubber pads have many advantages, such as easy installation, firm contact with the road, and no impact and noise when vehicles pass. The installation of railway rubber pads can change the long-term use of asphalt, stone slabs, steel plates and other old and backward paving materials used at railway level crossings, and change the backward state of uneven crossings, frequent accidents, and frequent maintenance in one fell swoop.