Global engineering company, Pandrol, has launched a new range of rail cutting discs specifically designed to solve the day-to-day challenges that rail maintenance teams face when cutting rail track.
Pandrol, the global rail expert, has launched a range of next-generation Clip Drivers, designed to dramatically increase the speed and efficiency of clipping and un-clipping rail fastening systems.
The training programme was delivered following the company securing a contract to supply 1,800 welding kits for use as part of Bodi Group’s development of the Tavantolgoi-Gashuunsukhait railway, just before the global pandemic hit earlier in the year.
Pandrol has officially opened a new Centre of Excellence in Raismes, France. SNCF accredited, and EN 14730-2 compliant, the new centre is designed to enhance and enrich Pandrol’s local training facilities.
Pandrol’s Tie Layer SL400 was selected by Zonis to streamline tie handing procedures throughout the Belgrano Railway Renewal project.
Pandrol has developed a new model of the Tie Grip SG60, a tool designed for fast and safe handling of ties and rail during tack installation and maintenance.
Global engineering company, Pandrol, has been central to the completion of a major 103 km rail project in the Australian territory of New South Wales.
As part of this investment Torrent Trackside has recently acquired a fleet of Pandrol CD400SP clipping machines which are now available for hire.
Pandrol – a global engineering company that defines the industry standard across rail fastening systems and aluminothermic welding – is playing its part in the fight against coronavirus with the production and supply of 150 visors to healthcare facilities in France.
Global rail fastening systems and aluminothermic welding manufacturer, Pandrol, has signed a partnership agreement to supply its world-renowned Fastclip rail fastening system in Mongolia, as part of a long-term framework which will deliver a programme of rail investment and socio-economic development.