1. Material: cast steel or cast iron;
2. Constitute: two wheels, one axle, four bearings, and other parts;
3. Loading capacity: 1-25 tons, each one is OK;
4. Wheel sets gauge: 600mm, 762mm, 900mm, and etc.;
5. The type of the wheels: hollow wheel sets and solid wheel sets;
6. The diameter of the wheels: 300mm, 350mm, 400mm, 450mm;
7. The material of the axle: 45# steel, or Q235;
8. The quantity of each wheel’s bearing: two;
9. The material of the bearing: LYC32212, conical roller bearing, deep groove ball bearing.
10. Weight: 70kg.
More About this product:
A train wheel or rail wheel is a type of wheel specially designed for use on rail tracks. A rolling component is typically pressed onto an axle and mounted directly on a rail car or locomotive or indirectly on a bogie (UK), also called a truck (North America). Wheels are cast or forged and are heat-treated to have a specific hardness. New wheels are trued, using a lathe, to a specific profile before being pressed onto an axle. All wheel profiles need to be periodically monitored to ensure proper wheel-rail interface. Improperly trued wheels increase rolling resistance, reduce energy efficiency and may create unsafe operation. A railroad wheel typically consists of two main parts: the wheel itself, and the tire (or tyre) around the outside. A rail tire is usually made from steel, and is typically heated and pressed onto the wheel, where it remains firmly as it shrinks and cools.