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Henry Williams introduces the New Integrated Treadle Gauge

Henry Williams Limited worked in conjunction with Network Rail to develop a New Integrated Treadle Gauge which eliminates the need for various measuring tools as previously required and described in SMS TQ00

With the upcoming release of the New RIA 066 Type 69 Treadle Reliability Guide, Henry Williams Limited worked in conjunction with Network Rail to develop a new Integrated Treadle Gauge.

This Integrated Treadle Gauge has also been designed to recognise the changes included in TI 152 and can be used on standard and euro brackets.

Using the Integrated Treadle Gauge, Treadles can be set to the correct height and distance from the running part of the rail quickly and easily.

The biggest advantage of the Integrated Treadle Gauge is that it takes the guess work out of the setting procedure.

Ensuring Treadles are set correctly will improve the reliability of the product and ensure the failures, apart from wear and tear, are kept to a minimum.

The principle of the Integrated Treadle Gauge is the use of go no-go gauges for distance and height from the rail.

The distance go no-go gauges are 5mm and 15mm from the running part of the rail

The height go no-go gauges are 15mm  and 17mm from the running part of the rail.

PADS Numbers:-

  • 86/65774             Integrated Treadle Gauge and Bag
  • 86/65775             Integrated Treadle Gauge
  • 86/65776             Bag

 

Henry Williams Limited

Dodsworth Street
Darlington
County Durham
DL1 2NJ

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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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