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The superior railway track construction process

The traditional railway track construction process has not changed much in the last few decades. However, technology enables us to think differently about the way we lay tracks. That is why Stabirail has created a railway construction process where ballastless or slab tracks are used. These tracks offer much more stability, an absence of deformation, greater comfort at high speeds and many more advantages. But best of all, the process of laying these tracks is quick and it can be done in very shallow locations. Stabirail is based in Belgium, which gives them the perfect location for sending out their expertise and products. Interested in this railway track construction process? Make sure to read on to discover how it works.

How are the ballastless tracks laid?

The ballastless tracks developed by Stabirail are assembled very simply in just a few steps. First, a concrete milling machine passes through. This machine mills the concrete rail beds with millimeter accuracy. Next, the drilling train passes to drill holes for the anchoring of the tracks. This is done with a diamond tip drill. Lastly, the anchoring train passes through. This train anchors the ballastless tracks in place and finishes the job. The advantages of this railway track construction process is that it is done very quickly, while it being very accurate. Next to that, it offers low maintenance costs and the ballastless tracks have a very long design life.

Are these tracks your perfect solution?

The slab tracks are perfect for situations in which you have very shallow tunnels. There is not much headroom needed to assemble these tracks. So, especially for railway tunnels, train stations and train washing systems, the ballastless or slab tracks are perfect! Are you interested in the slab track solutions Stabirail has to offer? Make sure to get in touch with them and discuss the range of possibilities for your project or situation.