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Separated Rail Fastening Systems

Rail Pad
Screw Spike
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Introduction
Separated Rail Fastening Systems is known as Indirect Holding Fastening System.
Divided into two types: Elastic (mainly using Spring Clips and Spring Blades) and Rigid ( mainly using Rail Clamps and Rail Spikes).
The fastening system joins the steel rail with the tie plates, and the tie plates with the sleepers separately
The railway clips/clamps are fixed directly onto the tie plates/shoulder plates, instead of railroad cast-in shoulders ( used in non-separated rail fastening systems).
Compatible models of Spring Clips: E2007, E2055, E2056, etc.
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SEPARATED RAIL FASTENING SYSTEMS
Item Material Quantity
Spring Clip 60Si2MnA 60Si2CrA 55Si2Mn 38Si7 2
C:0.56-0.64, Mn:060-0.90, Si:1.50-2.00, Cr:≤0.35, P:≤0.03, S:≤0.03 C:0.56-0.64, Mn:0.40-0.70, Si:1.40-1.80,
Cr:0.70-1.00 P:≤0.03,
S:≤0.03
C:0.52-0.60, Mn:0.60-0.90, Si:1.50-2.00,
Cr:≤0.35
P:≤0.03, S:≤0.03
C:0.35-0.42, Mn:0.50-0.80, Si:1.50-1.80, P:≤0.03, S:≤0.03
Rail Pad EVA 1
Screw Spike Q235 4
Tie Plate Casting iron QT500-7, QT450-10, or forging low carbon steel or high carbon steel 1
Fatigue life 3-5 million cycles without breaking
Surface Plain Oiled, Oxygen Black, Zinc Plated, Hot Dip Galvanized, Dacro coating
Standard UIC, AREMA, BS, RDSO, DIN, JIS, ISCR, VALEC, GOSTR- EASC, GB/T or other upon requirements
Package Moven bag, Box or other upon requirements
Delivery Depends on order
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