Benefits of dynamic track stabilisation

No more speed restrictions after tamping. Dynamic track stabilisation has become indispensable to sustainable track maintenance. This is all the more important as traffic loads increase.

The stabilising unit rearranges the ballast stones into a more homogeneous structure. This means that the dynamic forces produced by rail traffic are more evenly distributed within the formation. Therefore, there is no longer any need for speed restrictions after tamping. In addition, controlled settling considerably increases the lateral track resistance.

Variable Impact Force – perfecting track maintenance

Variable Impact Force is a further development of the dynamic track stabilisation technology. Infinitely adjustable, it further homogenises the track geometry. This makes it possible to produce even smoother transitions. Modulation of the impact force makes it possible for you to establish precise ramps at the start and end of a work site or before and after fixed structures.

Variable impact force offers:

  • Uniform homogenisation even at irregular working speeds
  • Reduced impact force lowers vibration propagation, minimizing the effect on the surrounding area and residents, particularly in urban, built-up areas.
  • Smooth transitions at tunnels and ramps