Bogie flat wagon with six wheelsets, with stanchions, drop ends and folding bolsters, but without drop sides. The wagon is mainly intended for transporting slabs.
Loading length (mm)
Loading width (mm)
Loading height (mm)
Loading area (m2)
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)
Removable wagon accessories
12 removable stanchions made of I sections
Distributor valve type
Height of bolster above top of floor (mm)
Tare weight > 30.5 t ≤ 31.0 t
With parking brake
Spread over the support length
The wagon is used with folded-out bolsters for transporting heavy rolled steel sections and other bulky goods. The supports for loading and unloading have been discontinued.
The wagon bridge is a welded frame structure with main components made of St 52. The main loads are absorbed by the outer solebars made of IPE 550. The buffer beams are designed in such a way that the automatic coupler can be installed later without major modifications.
The floor is made of pine planks measuring 70 x 180 mm; it can take a wheel load of 5.0 t. There are six split, folding bolsters built into the floor. The vehicle has six removable stanchions on each long side and two retractable (fold-down) stanchions on each end face. The drop ends can be folded down.
When not in use, the removable stanchions are stored in pockets on the side solebars. The lowered fold-down stanchions are still within the loading gauge so the wagon can also be driven with the fold-down stanchions lowered and the drop ends folded down. The ground-operated parking brake only acts on one bogie. The wagon has a non-continuous draw gear and high-performance buffers.