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COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 1 of 41 Module 10: Work Equipment
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 2 of 41 Objectives Identify the Equipment Learn the Function of Each Machine Gain Understanding of How the Equipment is Used
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 3 of 41 M.O.W. Equipment Railroad maintenance-of-way equipment can be separated into four general categories: –On-Track Equipment –Off-Track Equipment –On- & Off-Track Equipment –Hand Tools
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 4 of 41 On-Track Equipment –Work Train –Tie Unloader (YOTM Tracker Machine) –Spike Puller / Spiker –Tie Remover / Inserter –Tie Plate Inserter –Railroad Spike Inserter –Anchor Applicator –Ballast Car/Air Dump –Tamper –Ballast Regulator –Dynamic Stabilizer –Rail Crane –Rail Heater –Rail Defect Detector Car –Rail Grinder –Undercutter –Track Laying Machine
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 5 of 41 Work Train
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 6 of 41 Tie Unloader OTM Tracker Machine Unloading Ties (Brandt)
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 7 of 41 Spike Puller Tie Pullers remove spikes from ties
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 8 of 41 Tie Remover / Inserter Tie Remover/Inserter on Left Close-up of Excavator-Mounted Tie Remover / Inserter Attachment on Right
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 9 of 41 Tie Plate Inserter Tie Plate Inserter shown on left, with tie plate being inserted circled in green Close-up of Rail Lifter and Tie Plate Inserter shown on right, with rail lifter circled in red
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 10 of 41 Railroad Spike Inserter
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 11 of 41 Anchor Applicator Anchor Applicator (Nordco) Both Sides of Tie
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 12 of 41 Ballast Car / Air Dump Bottom Dump Ballast Car Shown on Left Side Dump Ballast Car Shown on Right
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 13 of 41 Tamper Regulator Tamper
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 14 of 41 Ballast Regulator
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 15 of 41 Dynamic Track Stabilizer
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 16 of 41 Rail Crane
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 17 of 41 Rail Heater
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 18 of 41 Rail Defect Detector Car Rail Defect Detector Car (Sperry Rail Service)
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 19 of 41 Rail Grinder Rail Grinders are used to restore proper cross section to worn rail, which improves tracking of car wheels and lengthens life of rail (Harsco)
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 20 of 41 Undercutter
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 21 of 41 Undercutter
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 22 of 41 Track Laying Machine
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 23 of 41 Off-Track Equipment –Trucks –Crane –Backhoe / Trackhoe –Sideboom Crane –Graders –Dozers –Wheel Loaders
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 24 of 41 Trucks
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 25 of 41 Crane, Backhoe & Trackhoe
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 26 of 41 Sideboom
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 27 of 41 Grader And Dozers
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 28 of 41 Wheel Loaders
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 29 of 41 On- & Off-Track Equipment Used Both On-Track & Off-Track –Trackmobile –Hi-rail Truck –Hi-rail Tractor –Speed Swing
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 30 of 41 Track Mobile Often used to position cars in private industries Can be used to move ballast or tie cars in work train
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 31 of 41 Hi-rail Trucks Used to position ballast or tie cars in work train
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 32 of 41 Hi-rail Tractors Hi-rail Equipment Combines the Benefits of On-Track and Off-Track Equipment –Quickly Gets Clear of Track When Trains Coming –Can Utilize Existing Tracks and Their Stability
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 33 of 41 Speed Swing
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 34 of 41 Hand Tools –Rail Drill –Rail Saw –Rail Jack –Maul & Sledge –Claw Bar –Hydraulic Rail Expander
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 35 of 41 Rail Drill On Left – Self-feed Rail Drill On Right – Rail Drilling Machine
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 36 of 41 Rail Saw Rail Saw (Stanley Model RS25)
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 37 of 41 Rail Grinders On Left – Rail Grinder (ERICO) preparing for weld On Right – Precision Frog Grinder
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 38 of 41 Rail Jack Hydraulic Rail Jack (Stanley)
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 39 of 41 Track Maul & Sledge Track Maul is Shown on Left driving spike Sledge in use is shown on Right placing anchor
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 40 of 41 Hydraulic Rail Extender Hydraulic Rail Pushing / Pulling Device (Robel)
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 41 of 41 QUESTIONS? Authors: Robert Kimicata, PE Kimicata Rail Consulting (847) Joseph E. Riley, PE Federal Railroad Administration (202) Arthur Charrow, PE BNSF Railway (817) John G. Green, PhD, PE CH2M Hill, inc. (312)
COPYRIGHT © AREMA : 42 of 41 REVISION HISTORY
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