Loram BridgeGlide™ provides automatic track lubrication on bridges using a clear, environmentally-friendly Friction Modifier. BridgeGlide™ has a lightening-protected lubrication system that is proven to reduces lateral forces, maintenance costs, and keeping noise down all while keeping bridges environmentally clean.
How it Works
BridgeGlide™ is economical to buy, operate, and maintain. The computer-controlled BridgeGlide™ system precisely applies Friction Modifier where it is needed with no expensive waste. Your bridge maintenance staff will benefit from safe and clean bridge conditions since there is no greasy mess. BridgeGlide’s™ intelligent computer does not lubricate locomotive wheels like greasers, and applies the correct amount of Friction Modifier for different friction needs for up hill trains and down hill trains.
• Reduces bridge noise and vibrations
• Reduces bridge MOW costs
• Reduces the stress state of the bridge
• Reduces lateral forces, flange friction, and top-of-rail wear
Installation, Maintenance, and Performance
BridgeGlide™ is simple to install and maintain. It can be installed in a few hours. The combination of the large storage tank and small quantities of Friction Modifier used requires less frequent filling, and reduces the manpower and exposure to hazards for the maintenance crew. BridgeGlide™ offers a consistent all weather operation from 160º F to minus 40º F. It uses a fluid that has a pour point of minus 40º F and boiling point above 300º F. In addition, heated nozzle holders are used for colder climates, which BridgeGlide™ offers a consistent all weather operation from 160º F to minus 40º F. It uses a fluid that has a pour point of minus 40º F and boiling point above 300º F. In addition, heated nozzle holders are used for colder climates, which ™ automatically turns on below a selected temperature.
Product Support / Sales:
737 Kimberly Drive
Carol Stream, IL 60188
Tel. (630) 580-9602
Fax (630) 580-9605
For further information on Loram's Friction Management Systems, call (763) 478-6014.
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