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Type and use of track anti-climbing device


1. The pin-type anti-climbing device is composed of a pin of a rail with a baffle. When installing, one side of the rail card is clamped to the bottom of the rail, and the other side is wedged into the pin, so that the entire anti-climbing device firmly catches the bottom of the rail. In this way, when the rail is subjected to longitudinal resistance, since the baffle of the rail card is in close contact with the sleeper, the sleeper and the track are arranged to prevent the rail from crawling. In order to give full play to the role of the anti-climbing device, anti-climbing is usually installed between the sleepers, and 3 to 5 sleepers are connected to jointly resist the rail crawling.

2. The anti-climbing device is divided into a welded anti-climbing device and a fastening anti-climbing device, which are respectively applicable to various types of rails. This type of railway track uses a spiral strong anti-climbing device, which is divided into two types: casting type and welding type. The casting type is composed of convex and concave rail cards, bolts and bearing plates; the welding type is made of rail card and track rail. It consists of buckles, bolts, rails and bearing plates. These two forms of the spiral strong anti-climbing device are used to tighten the bolts to clamp the rails tightly to the rails, thereby preventing the crawling of the rails during the running and braking of the locomotive, and reducing the occurrence of railway accidents.