Freight wagon with four wheelsets, two-part aluminium sliding walls and eight lockable partitions.
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 wagons are fitted with "lockable partition" transport guards that enable different kinds of highly sensitive goods to be properly protected when being transported and that divide the wagon space into individual compartments. The lockable partitions engage with rows of holes set into the wagon floor and on the top chord.
Please note: Type is similar to the wagon in the photo. For exact dimensions, please refer to the drawing and the data below.
Loading width (mm)
Loading height (mm)
Loading area (m2)
Loading space (m3)
159.8 | 128.0
Average tare weight (kg)
Maximum speed (km/h)
Smallest radius of curvature (m)
First year of delivery or year of construction of the oldest wagons at this time
With parking brake
Number of brake cylinders (pcs.)
Brake cylinder diameter (mm)
Type of load-proportional braking
Two-stage, mechanical, to be changed over manually
Buffer type: end force (kN)
Buffer type: stroke (mm)
Buffer head dimensions (mm)
550 x 340
Distributor valve type
Side wall openings: width (mm)
Side wall openings: height (mm)
Loading length without partitions (mm)
Loading length with partitions (mm)
Clear ceiling height up to the first slope inward of sliding wall (mm)
Average tare weight 31.9 t
With parking brake
The wagons are intended for use in conjunction with "lockable partition" transport guards to transport the following goods:
- Heavy loads and larger batches.
- Goods that, although suitable for compact loading in terms of their external shape, cannot withstand the pressure caused by the inertial force of the goods stacked further to the rear during a buffing impact.
- Mixed loads of individual pieces of different shapes, weights and sensitivities.
- Goods at risk of tipping
- High density goods that can only be stacked to a low height.
Like the Hbbillns 305/Hbbins 306, the wagons have a sliding wall system that is guided at the top and runs on rollers at the bottom. The sliding wall system allows the wall to be guided parallel to the vehicle body during the entire opening and closing process. The actuating rods for the sliding wall system are located on the end walls.
The underframe is a welded structure and consists of two continuous side solebars and crossbearers that connect the solebars and on which the forces from the floor and payload are transferred via floor beams. The floor consists of 45 mm thick pine planks and is approved for driving on with forklift trucks for a maximum load of 2.2 t per front wheel.
The photo shows a type 344 wagon.
All data provided without any guarantee of correctness or completeness.