Low Adhesion Issues Slip Away with New Sanders

The low adhesion conditions could just slip away with a new sander design.  Low adhesion causes an average of 350,000 delay minutes each year and can result in station overruns and signals passed at danger. But the Double Variable Rate Sander could make this a thing of the past. This challenge goes beyond autumn and it is a fact that low adhesion affects the railway all year around, making braking distances unpredictable. This not only negatively affects today’s railway operations but also industry’s aspiration of running more trains per hours.
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