A considerable improvement in the railway track construction process

The process of railway track construction can be arranged much more efficiently and cost-effectively. Stabirail has designed a novel process to improve the railway track construction and engineering which results in a much more accurate design. It is truly a revolutionary method that works with ballastless tracks. If you want to know more about the railway track construction process, then make sure to read on!

What are the advantages of ballastless tracks?

The use of ballastless tracks in this improved railway construction process knows many advantages, of which maintenance is an important one. The traditional counterparts of ballastless tracks require heavy maintenance. With this new and improved railway track construction process, surfacing and lining to restore the track geometry and smoothness hardly requires any maintenance after its construction. Another advantage of this new railway track construction process is the relatively short time spent on the project. This method of anchoring ballastless tracks allows for the highest accuracy while diminishing the construction times. In conclusion, the method of Stabirail has proven to have a lower whole-life cost than any other traditional construction method.

How does this new and improved process work?

The Stabirail method is a new and ground-breaking technique that works with milled concrete blocks. In this manner, rails are directly assembled on the concrete bed, which results in lower construction costs and shorter construction times. In short, it works like this:

  • First, the Concrete Milling Machine mills the concrete rail beds to millimetre accuracy.
  • Second, the Drilling Train drills holes in the concrete to anchor the track.
  • Lastly, the Anchoring Train operates to lay the ballastless tracks.

If you are looking for a railway construction company that does not only talk about cutting costs, but actually cuts the costs for you, then Stabirail is the company for you. Contact them to learn more about their revolutionary technique and be astonished by the accuracy of the railway track construction process.