Habbiins 344

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Habbiins 344


 Habbiins 344

Freight wagon with four wheelsets and two-part aluminium sliding walls.
For delicate loads: these high-capacity wagons are equipped with sliding walls that can be moved by a single person. When open, half of the wagon loading area can be accessed from both sides.

This allows the wagon to be loaded and unloaded using forklift trucks either from a platform or from ground level.

The Habbiins 344 offers high-quality load protection of rolls of paper thanks to 24 quick-fit chocks that save on time and materials.

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

Pallet stowage plan:

Technical details

Loading length (mm)


Loading height (mm)


Loading area (m2)


Loading space (m3)


Average tare weight (kg)


Maximum speed (km/h)


International usability


Smallest radius of curvature (m)


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


Parking brake

Without parking brake

Brake type


Number of brake cylinders (pcs.)


Brake cylinder diameter (mm)


Type of load-proportional braking

Automatic, independent, pneumatic

Buffer head dimensions (mm)

550 x 340

Automatic coupler


Removable wagon accessories

24 quick-fit chocks

Distributor valve type

KE 2dSL-ALB/d72/1

Individual data

Side wall openings: width (mm)


Side wall openings: height (mm)


Load limits

Average tare weight 27.0 t

Without parking brake






37.0 t

45.0 t

55.0 t

62.5 t


Additional information:

The wagon is fitted out as a spacious multi-purpose vehicle with two-part sliding walls. This makes it particularly economical to use for side loading and unloading with industrial trucks. The two sliding walls each expose approx. 50% of the loading length on each side of the wagon. The wagon is especially suitable for transporting rolls of paper, cellulose, square-sawn timber, wooden panels, fibre boards and palletised goods.
The wagon has a sliding wall system that is guided at the top and runs on rollers at the bottom. During the opening and closing process, the wall is guided parallel to the wagon body. The actuating devices for the sliding walls are located on the end walls. Compared to the predecessor types, the actuation is performed transverse to the longitudinal axis of the wagon. The sliding walls are secured against inadvertent shifting in both end positions when open.

The underframe consists of solebars, headstocks and four closed boxes connecting the two solebars. In the head area, the floor is made from a checker plate. Outside this area, the floor is made of 35 mm thick plywood.

To secure the load of horizontal paper rolls, the wagons are equipped with 24 metal quick-fit chocks, which are stored in compartments in each end wall when not in use.
Lashing points for securing loads are positioned in the wagon floor over the entire length of the wagon, starting approx. 500 mm from the end walls, at intervals of 1,200 mm. There are two lashing points on both sides of the end walls at a height of 1,200 mm and 1,800 mm from the wagon floor.

The body structure is formed by the two end walls, the roof and two central pillars.
The wagon has been prepared to accommodate six to eight sliding and lockable partitions.

All data provided without any guarantee of correctness or completeness.

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