Welded rail joints
The rail welded joint refers to the rail joint in which the rail end is not drilled with bolt holes, and the unquenched rail is welded into a continuous long rail. In order to make the long rail welding head basically reach the mechanical properties of the rail base material and safely withstand the effect of the temperature force of the seamless line, the welding methods of the rail can be steel machine contact welding, rail pressure pad and rail aluminum heat wave. The welding head should not have shape defects such as hard bends, wrong teeth, wrong platforms, and the existence of uneven track surfaces, so as to meet the requirements of smooth driving. GloryRail provides aluminothermic welding for lifting rail joints, and can also provide rail top bevel processing according to customer requirements, which can be welded on the project site.