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BS80A rail joint bar
BS80A rail joint bars drawing

BS80A rail joint bar

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Product Introduction of the BS80A rail joint bar

Rail joint bars, also known as fishplates, are the connecting parts of two rails in a rail system. It connects the tops and ends of the two rails together by bolts. In order to ensure the continuous integrity of the track and the stability and safety of the train passing the track, the quality of the fishplate is very important for the safety of the track system.

BS80A rail joint bar is used for BS80A rails. Glory Rail developed BS80A rail joint bar mold, we could manufacture BS80A rail fishplates in bulk.

Standards for assembly and maintenance of rail joints:
1: Check whether the bolts are installed and tightened to ensure that there are no scratches or cracks on the surface
2: Check that there are no cracks on the surface of the fishplate. The board has no pinholes with abrasion, corrosion, or wear less than 1mm.
3: When the bolt cannot be put on, use a hammer to hit both ends of the fishplate, align the eyes, and do not use a hammer to drive the screw in.
4: The contact part and bolts of the fish plate and the rail should be oiled; when the fishplate bolts are worn, the positions of the bolt caps must be staggered inside and outside.
5: The order of bolting, using a four-hole fishplate, first tighten the middle two, then tighten the two sides, and then tighten the middle again
6: When screwing the bolts, one person should use a 55cm screw wrench as the standard, and can’t use a too-long screw wrench or two people to screw it.

After more than 20 years of unremitting efforts, the fish plate has become our company’s leading product in the domestic and foreign markets. The varieties include various types of ordinary fishplate, insulated fishplate, drum fishplate, special-shaped fish plates, and cemented insulation. Fishplate. Our company can provide high-quality fishplate R&D and production services according to the following domestic and international standards