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Eaos-x 057

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 Eaos-x 057

Eaos are open bogie wagons with a large loading space, high load limits, a continuous top chord, two double doors on each side and steel flooring.

They are suitable for transporting a wide variety of goods both in bulk (scrap, coal, ores, non-metallic minerals) and in packaged form (logs or semi-finished steel products (rod iron/slabs)). Rings attached to the outside of the wagon enable nets/sheets or tarpaulin covers to be fastened to prevent the freight from getting wet or to prevent wind losses from bulk goods. To secure lightweight loose scrap, hooks are fitted below the top chords to allow wire netting covers to be fastened. In order to withstand the heavy-duty stresses experienced in scrap metal transport, this Ea wagon has been specially equipped with reinforced walls and floors and fitted out with guards to protect the wagon's controls.

Please note: Type is similar to the wagon in the photo. For exact dimensions, please refer to the data below.

Technical details

Loading length (mm)

12,800

Loading width (mm)

2,760

Loading height (mm)

2,100

Loading area (m2)

35.0

Loading space (m3)

72.0

Inside width of hopper (mm)

2,760

Inside length of hopper (mm)

12,800

Average tare weight (kg)

> 20,500 ≤ 23,500

Maximum speed (km/h)

120

International usability

RIV

Smallest radius of curvature (m)

35

First year of delivery or year of construction of the oldest wagons at this time

1981

Conversion year

1999 (from Eas 066)

Parking brake

With and without parking brake

Brake type

KE-GP

Number of brake cylinders (pcs.)

1

Brake cylinder diameter (mm)

406

Type of load-proportional braking

Two-stage, mechanical

Buffer type

UIC 526-1, cat. A

Buffer head dimensions (mm)

450 x 340

Automatic coupler

Prepared (telescopic-leg suspension)

Distributor valve type

KE 1adSL

Individual data

Side wall door openings: width (mm)

1,800

Side wall door openings: height (mm)

1,900


Load limits

Tare weight > 22.0 t ≤ 22.5 t

With and without parking brake

A

B1

B2

C

S

41.5 t

47.5 t

49.5 t

57.5 t

120

Concentrated loads

m

Spread over the support length

On two baseplates

a-a

3.0

23.0

26.0

b-b

5.0

27.0

30.0

c-c

9.0

39.0

57.5

Additional information:

The freight wagon is preferred for transporting loads that are not sensitive to weather, such as raw coal, briquettes, coke, sand, gravel, ore, ballast and similar bulk goods, as well as scrap, part loads and short stem wood.

The underframe is a welded structure made of sheet metal, rolled steel sections and wide flat steel. The wagon body is designed as a weldment with a continuous cantrail. The upper side straps are connected to each other by two end crossbars. The side walls are reinforced by means of intermediate, corner and door posts. Compared to the basic type, the drop ends have been fixed or replaced by end walls. The wooden floor has been replaced by a sheet metal floor and the side wall doors have been reinforced. On some vehicles the doors (positioned diagonally to one another) have been replaced and sealed with metal sheets. The wagon is a rotary tippler. Some of the wagons are equipped with a parking brake that can be operated from the ground on both sides of the wagon.

All data provided without any guarantee of correctness or completeness.


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