BS EN 13231-4:2013 - Railway applications. Track. Acceptance of works. Acceptance of reprofiling rails in switches and crossings

BS EN 13231-4:2013

Railway applications. Track. Acceptance of works. Acceptance of reprofiling rails in switches and crossings

Status : Work in hand, Current   Published : May 2013

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This European Standard lays down the technical requirements and the measurements to be made for the acceptance of work for reprofiling longitudinally and/or transversely the heads of railway rails in switches, crossings and expansion devices. For acceptance purposes two classes of longitudinal profile and three classes of transverse profile tolerance are defined. It applies to reprofiled vignole railway rails and associated switch rails 46 kg/m and above.




Standard NumberBS EN 13231-4:2013
TitleRailway applications. Track. Acceptance of works. Acceptance of reprofiling rails in switches and crossings
StatusWork in hand, Current
Publication Date31 May 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 13231-3:2012
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 4288, ISO 3274, EN ISO 16610-21, ISO 3611, EN ISO 3611, EN ISO 4288, ISO 16610-21, EN ISO 4287, EN ISO 3274, ISO 4287
International RelationshipsEN 13231-4:2013
Draft Superseded By11/30243606 DC
DescriptorsPerformance, Railway track, Fasteners, Switches, Railway rails, Railway fixed equipment Railway applications
ICS93.100
Title in FrenchApplications ferroviaires. Voie. Réception des travaux. Critères de réception des rails reprofilés dans les appareils de voie
Title in GermanBahnanwendungen. Oberbau. Abnahme von Arbeiten. Abnahme von Reprofilierungsarbeiten in Weichen und Kreuzungen
CommitteeRAE/2
ISBN978 0 580 74830 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages14
File Size952 KB
Price£110.00


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