Sanction for provisional running of 28 axle (Threded Beam) BG special wagon " Mandakini "" (with KWU-C loading beam, Maximum axle load 17.22) of M/s BHEL, Haridwar to RDSO's drawing No. WD-09022-S-01 Alt.3 and WD-09022-S-02 Alt.3 for the transportation of Turbo Generator Stator weighing 296t over Up& Dn lines of Northern Railway.
Sanction for running of single headed WDG-4D (Twin Cab) class of Diesel Locomotive (4500 HP & maximum axle load 21.7t) to RDSO’s General Arrangement Drawing no. SK.DL-4762 up to a maximum speed of 105 kmph on track maintained to other than C&M-1, Vol-1 standards over proposed BG sections of Western Railway.
Running of Broad Gauge Bogie Covered Autocar Carrier Wagon (Transportation Code ‘BCACBM’) to RDSO’s approved drawing no. WD-11013-S-01 Alt.-02, having axle load of 12.715t loading on BG section of North Western Railway
Running of BG 3-Coach High Speed Self Propelled Accident Relief Train (HS SPART) provided with Voith transmission [Transportation Code – SPRT (HS)1], manufactured by ICF Chennai with maximum axle load of DPC 20.32t and that of TC 13.0t at a maximum speed of 75 Kmph on entire sections of S.E.C. Railway
Running of Rail Borne Maintenance Vehicle (RBMV) Model RBMV.01, manufactured by M/s Phooltas Harsco Rail Solutions Pvt., Ltd., Patna, to run on its own power as well as in train formation, at a maximum speed of 65 Kmph on various BG sections of South Western Railway
Running of BG EOG AC Coaches types WICTAC 1, WICTAC 2, WICTAC 3, WICTAC 4, WICBAC 1, WICBAC 2, WICRAC, WISAC, WICCBAC & WILRRM provided with Pneumatic suspension at secondary stage upto a maximum speed of 105 kmph on all BG sections of Central Railway on track maintained to Standards other than those laid down in C&M-I Vol-I.
Source : Ministry of Railways (Railway Board) CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 27-01-2015
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