Day Two at Rail Live

Visit our stand (C2) to win one of our favourite Rail Temperature Monitoring Units.

Our Rail Temperature Monitoring Unit is an automatic temperature warning system which allows you to monitor the track temperature remotely, without having to go track-side.

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During periods of high temperatures, the rail can reach up to 20°C above air temperature when in direct sunlight. When exposed to these temperatures, the rail expands and is subject to strong compression.

This causes major performance and safety issues for rail operators, as the risk of derailment increases.

The RMTU is ideal for monitoring temporary critical sites as it is portable, with newly developed features for an easier installation.

This largely reduces the need for track-side monitoring and lookouts, saving costs and reducing safety risks.

If you would like to find out more or place an order, use the information below or visit our stand at Rail Live (stand C2).

Email: [email protected]
Tel: +44 (0) 845 052 3860

You can also discover our range of products and bespoke IIoT solutions, for all your monitoring needs.

  • RTMU (Rail Temperature Monitoring Unit)
  • TMD (Tilt Monitoring Device)
  • EWB (Emergency Warning Board)
  • EWB Stand Charger
  • Balance Weight Solutions (both solutions)
  • Gauge Spread Solution
  • IPHT (Intelligent Points Heating Transformer)
  • Void Monitor Solution
  • CCTV Camera solution

This article was originally published by Yeltech.

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