Pandrol can deliver individual systems or complete solutions for tram infrastructure. We specialise in the design, manufacture and implementation of fastenings, welding, equipment and electrification.
Our product range includes specialist fastening systems, grooved rail welding solutions, embedded rail, under slab pads and mats using sustainable technology and automated trolleybus current collector systems. With a range of fastening and non-fastening solutions to suit both ballasted and non-ballasted track forms we are uniquely able to cover a full range of solutions for a given tram system.
We have developed resilient track solutions to improve the life cycle of track components, reduce maintenance costs and to control vibrations for both slab and ballasted tracks. For embedded tracks, our patented embedded rail system QTrack® stands for high quality, reliability, technical excellence and cost effectiveness, and is the preferred choice for the major operators and contractors in the world.
Our innovative trolleybus solution is seen on most modern systems and allows the driver to control and pilot the poles from their seat. We also manufacture retrievers for more conventional spring current collector systems.
The Clamp Beam is mounted between sleepers on ballasted or slab tracks and is retained by clamping to the feet of the running rails.
The Pandrol Floating Slab Mat (FSM) is a high-performing vibration attenuation floating slab system. Easy to install, maintenance free and compatible with all types of rail and track systems, it has been designed to reduce the lifecycle costs of the railway.
NABLA Tram is a cost-effective fastening system for trams and light rail systems that is comprised of a lightweight plastic baseplate and NABLA Evolution components.
Pandrol is a world leader in rail infrastructure for metro applications.
The system, when installed in concrete, provides support to all sides of the rail and allows stringent vertical and lateral support criteria to be met, and at the same time offers vibratory and electrical decoupling from its surroundings.
More than 2,000km are installed in rail networks around the world, particularly in tunnels, with a specific retractable version for application in depots.