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Container wagon with four wheelsets, intended for transporting containers and swap bodies in combined full-container-load transport. The loading platform has 12 folding spigots for securing the load units.

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

Technical details

Loading length (mm)

18,400

Average tare weight (kg)

18,800

Maximum speed (km/h)

120

International usability

TEN

Smallest radius of curvature (m)

75

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

2009

Parking brake

With and without parking brake

Brake type

KE-GP-A (K)

Buffer type

Keystone buffer with KAMAX spring 40 kJ Keystone buffer with KAMAX spring 40 kJ with plastic plate

Buffer head dimensions (mm)

450 x 340

Automatic coupler

Prepared

Individual data

Height of loading deck above top of rail (mm)

1,155

Brake cylinder

2 x 10"

Slack adjuster

2 x DRV 2-450-UH _x000C_

Control valve

KE0dvKSLn

Variable-load valve

2 x RLV11d159/1

Load-proportional valve

2 x WM 10 (0.8 bar/10 kN)

Draw gear

Non-continuous draw gear with KAMAX spring, RG 20 with supporting bearing

Loading variants: swap body and container lengths

3 x 20'; 2*20' - 26'; 1*20' + 1*30'; 2*30'; 1*20' + 1*40'; 1*40' - 45'

Load limits

Average tare weight 18.8 t

With and without parking brake

A

B

C

D

S

45.0 t

53.0 t

63.0 t

71.0 t

120

00.0 t

0.00 t

00.0 t

00.0 t

Additional information:

The wagon features the new container wagon design and is intended for transporting containers on trains used in combined full-container-load transport.
The side solebars of the wagon have fixed and folding spigots for fixing the load units (in accordance with UIC Leaflet 592-1 and 2) in various combinations for each intended loading position. The underframe is a torsionally flexible, welded frame construction made of rolled steel and sheet metal sections, formed by the headstocks, the pivot bolsters and the outer solebars.


All data provided without any guarantee of correctness or completeness.

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