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Bogie flat wagon with four wheelsets, drop ends and container spigots. The wagon is suitable for transporting light and heavy wheeled vehicles, light tracked vehicles and containers.

Each long side of the wagon is equipped with 18 lashing eyes on each side solebar and four lashing eyes on each drop end. The wagon is equipped with a total of 18 lashing points in the floor (nine lashing points on each side). Each head end is fitted with a drop end that can be folded outwards to secure the load, which is itself secured by two short stanchions that can be lowered.

Technical details

Loading length (mm)

18,502

Loading width (mm)

2,766

Loading area (m2)

51.0

Average tare weight (kg)

22,700

Maximum speed (km/h)

120

International usability

TEN-GE

Smallest radius of curvature (m)

50

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

2010

Parking brake

With and without parking brake

Brake type

KE-GP-A-K

Number of brake cylinders (pcs.)

1

Brake cylinder diameter (mm)

306

Type of load-proportional braking

Automatic with WM 10 load-proportional valve

Buffer type

Type A, 32 kJ

Buffer head dimensions (mm)

450 x 340 (with plastic insert)

Automatic coupler

Prepared

Distributor valve type

KE2DVSL-ALB/D72/1

Individual data

Height of loading deck above top of rail (mm)

1,265

Floor height above top of rail (mm)

1,260

Load limits

Average tare weight 22.7 t

With and without parking brake

A

B

C

D

S

41.0 t

49.0 t

59.0 t

67.0 t

120

DB

CM

100

61.0 t

Concentrated loads

m

Spread over the support length

On two baseplates

a-a

2

36.0

37.0

b-b

5

40.0

44.0

c-c

9

42.0

52.0

d-d

15

52.0

67.0

e-e

18

67.0

28.0

Additional information:

The wagon is suitable for transporting light and heavy wheeled vehicles, light tracked vehicles and containers.

The underframe is a welded steel construction and consists of two solebars connected to crossbearers and headstocks.

Each long side of the wagon is equipped with 18 lashing eyes on each side solebar and four lashing eyes on each drop end. The wagon is equipped with a total of 18 lashing points in the floor (nine lashing points on each side).

Each head end is fitted with a drop end that can be folded outwards to secure the load, which is itself secured by two short stanchions that can be lowered. The floor consists of 70 mm thick wooden planks laid across the longitudinal axis of the wagon. In the floor there are a total of 12 folding spigots (six on each side). The floor and the folded-down drop ends can be driven over with vehicles up to a wheel force of 50 kN. 20% of the wagons have a parking brake that can be operated from the ground and acts on both bogies.

All data provided without any guarantee of correctness or completeness.

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