Gearboxes and Drive Solutions for Rolling Stock
Gmeinder has been around for more than a century – the company’s history covers an entire era of technical inventions for rolling stock.
Special Gearboxes and Drives for Rail Maintenance Vehicles
Gmeinder’s technical competence is the driving force for the company continually looking for new and market compliant solutions – solutions that are as unique as the requirements of the company’s customers all over the world. And the drives for maintenance vehicles require a unique gear solution. Gmeinder offers proven hydrostatic drives for rail cranes, rail grinding machines and other special vehicles where you very often need to change the mode from working speed to travel speed or to towing mode.
Gearboxes for Locomotives and Diesel Multiple Units
Gmeinder has an extensive product portfolio of gear units especially for diesel, diesel-electric or electric locomotives, shunting locomotives and diesel multiple units. These include, for example, helical gearboxes for nose-suspended drives or shiftable axle bevel-helical drives.
Multi-brand Gearbox Service Expert
With the latest technology and decades of experience, Gmeinder offers technical, cost-effective and quality-controlled services. Gmeinder proves its competence, its know-how and its flexibility every day. Gmeinder’s new service workshop provides optimal conditions for the handling of the complete wheel set. Services include analysis and investigation inspection, general inspection, all-round carefree package, modification and adaption, non-destructive examination and education and training.
GearSaver – Condition Monitoring System
GearSaver is a comprehensive condition monitoring system developed by Gmeinder especially for rail vehicle drives and gear units. The system monitors the oil quality and offers a number of benefits: prevention of failure and damage; detection of metal abrasion in oil; early warning of problems and critical operating states; permanent monitoring of temperature and oil quality; monitoring of the water dissolved in oil; forecast of the remaining time until the next oil change; automated monitoring of the gears, especially with regard to driverless railroad operations.