Welding Alloys Machines

FTR – Frog Top Rail

Automated open arc rail welding machine

Automated weld restoration of worn frogs and rails offers a more cost effective approach to extend track lifetime compared to replacing worn frogs or track. Welding Alloys FTR machine, with pendant machine control technology, allows fully automated control of the welding process
with little operator intervention.

3D CAD illustration of Frog Top Rail automatic welding machine on railway tracks

Industry: Railways

Characteristics

  • Multiple modular configurations
  • Touch screen pendant control system
  • Lightweight
  • Conforms to UCI standards

Benefits

  • Rail surface welding
  • Frog hardfacing, different welding shapes possible - triangular, trapezoidal, rectangular
  • Portable
  • Huge reduction in costs, up to 80% savings with repair solution compared to
  • Replacement

Specifications

Two direction welding – no need to return the machine

  • Automated welding with X,Y and Z axis - max. length 400 x width 200mm
  • Track width - between 1420 – 1472 mm
  • Conforms to Low Voltage Directive 2006/42 CE, norm NF EN 13977
  • Motorised wheel with brake system – stops in case of emergency
  • Weld up or down 1:10 gradients and 12 metre radius curves
  • Automatic stick-out length adjustment
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News & Events

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05/09/2019

Our wear plates have been installed on the TBM Federica!

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27/06/2019

Our semestrial Newsletter is here!

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24/06/2019

With more and more Netsuite enabled sites and new projects continuing to get started, it was time to put the team in line on common goals. To achieve this, Netsuite’s IT team met in early April at Welding Alloys France for a week of Netsuite implementation workshops.