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Alumast S.A. has provided its composite lighting columns for the reconstructed Rybnik – Chałupki line in Poland. The project to modernise the line included the restoration and replacement of tracks, overhead contact lines and security infrastructure, as well as new stations, shed and with it, new lighting columns.
The design of the columns makes them ideal for use on and around railway lines, made of a composite material which does not conduct electricity, making them especially safe for passengers and eliminating the risk of stray voltage. They are lightweight and resistant to corrosion, reducing transport and installation costs.
The columns are certified by the Railway Institute in Warsaw and are in use by Polish Railway Lines (PKP PLK S.A.).
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