Rail corrugation is controlled due to homogeneous stiffness of the track which results in less grinding activities (reducing maintenance and increasing track longevity) and delivers lower vibration emissions, due to better track quality.
Pandrol’s Bonded DFF ADH system has been developed to directly combat corrugation and vibration problems caused by major dynamic forces generated from passing trains.
Drawing on some 30 years’ experience and feedback from over 400,000 units fitted worldwide, the DFF ADH system is suited to rail-laying on concrete sleepers and slabs.
The award event was held in Taipei, where the award was presented by President of CTCI, Mr Michael Yang to Thomas Lorent, Head of Transit at Pandrol.
“It is a real honour to be recognised in this way by our customer CTCI. This was a complex project, which was successful due to close collaboration between our team and engineering specialists at CTCI. We would like to thank CTCI for rewarding our team in this way and we look forward to continuing our good relationship with the company.”
Thomas Lorent, Head of Transit
Pandrol has worked with CTCI on many projects, including the supply of fastening systems to the Mass Rapid Transit Line in Singapore.