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Fishplate forging

Fishplate forging
Henry Williams Ltd Fishplates are manufactured using our forging process which maximises the inherent strength of the raw material by maintaining the grain flow through the metal.

Our key design team have extensive knowledge of fishplate manufacture which is supported by our archive of rail section samples from around the World.  We can offer a comprehensive range of forged fishplates.

In light rail or where small quantities of extreme combination are required we can offer forged fishplates manufactured from bar, profiled section or plate which complements our forged product range.

Emergency Clamped Joggled Fishplates
To effect emergency repairs on broken, welded or fractured rail section we have an Emergency Clamped Joggled fishplate assembly which give a temporary repair to be carried out quickly allowing trains to continue to run although at a reduced line speed.

When fitting, no drilling or machining is required just a standard fishplate spanner, the dimpled holes in the fishplate gives the maximum choice of positions for the clamps enabling fitting around chairs and fasteners.

Standard joggled fishplates are designed to suit broken thermit welds, electric flash butt welds and is also suitable for plain rails.

A comprehensive list of all approved fishplates is available if required.

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Henry Williams Limited

Dodsworth Street
Darlington
County Durham
DL1 2NJ

Email: Please use form opposite.
Tel: 01325 462722
Fax: 01325 245220

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About Henry Williams

The story of Henry Williams Limited goes back to 1883, when the company was formed to manufacture control and signalling equipment for the rapidly expanding railways network. Since those historic and pioneering days, our skills have broadened, our technology has advanced with the time and our sphere of influence has widened considerably....read more

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