Lifting and Dismantling old rail track panels with Heavy rail machinery
This video shows two different ᴍᴇᴛʜods for lifting and removing old rail track panels from Sn railway main lines. The first od demonstrates Rᴜssɪᴀn technology for lifting and removing old track panels. The second ᴍᴇᴛʜod combines the use of several different machines to achieve the same result.
Some sections of old railway lines must be removed as part of railway reconstruction projects on several sections of old railway lines. The old track had to be cut into pieces, up to 25m long, in order to be removed. Each section of the old rail track in this video is a 22.5m long track panel. It has around 38 sleepers, UIC 49 rails, and a mass of about 12 tons. These works are being carried out at Sn railways as part of the reconstruction of the Belgrade – Novi Sad – Subotica railway line. Rᴜssɪᴀn Railways is responsible for a portion of the work on the section between Stara Pazova and Novi Sad. Rᴜssɪᴀn technology employs a large rail crane for lifting rail track panels and Rssn Railways vehicles for transporting rail track panels.
Another image depicts reconstruction work at a section of the Belgrade railway junction. The old track was lifted and carried away using a combination of heavy rail machines. To create enough space for a crane path, an excavator is used to move the track. Another excavator is constructing a two-rail crane path outside the old railway track. After the crane path is completed, a special crane is used to lift the old track. These works include the Bn locomotive (a Chinese manufacturer), ROian wagons, and some Asn heavy rail machinery; the work is done by Sn workers, and the Sn railways are being rebuilt under the supervision of a Chinese company. Old track panels are usually transported to old, local railway lines all around Sn railways that will be reconstructed using these panels.
In the video below, we’ll see how to use heavy rail machinery and how to lift and remove old rail track panels.
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