safeNet Depot Protection System
Emeg safeNet Depot Protection System (DPS), a flexible user friendly intelligent network distribution system, protecting all depot staff and visitors.
safeNet DPS can interface with existing DPS systems without the need for total replacement.
SafeNet ensures rail-vehicle movements in and out of depots are controlled with no risk to depot staff.
SafeNet Depot Protection Systems (DPS) can interface with existing and new equipment such as other intelligent systems including as Emeg’s CWM, CET, Fuelling etc and / or depot equipment such as cranes, jacks, gantries, OLE etc.
Unlike other Depot Protection Systems (DPS) providers Emeg’s SafeNet DPS be configured to operate exactly in accordance with specific and unique depot operating procedures and practises provided always that the resulting system provides a safe solution.
The flexibility of Emeg’s SafeNet Depot Protection System (DPS) provides the end user with the opportunity to have a bespoke system that is tailored to meet the precise needs of the depot facility unlike some other systems that require the depot to amend their procedures and practises in order to accommodate a depot protection system that cannot be modified.
The SafeNet Depot Protection System DPS has been designed for ease of operation and the procedure for maintenance staff, cleaners and the like to logging on and off a road in order to gain access to it takes just a few minutes of training and it is not even necessary for the staff to be able to read as safe logging on and off can be achieved by just using the coloured indicators.
Emeg’s SafeNet DPS is designed to enable operatives to conduct train maintenance in a safe environment.
Complete Turnkey Solution
Emeg offers a full turnkey solution from initial design concept to full installation, maintenance and spares provision.
- Network Distribution System
- HHMI c/w Touch Screen Technology available in maintenance sheds and at supervisors office
- Individual Road End Panels
- Automatic/Manual De-railers
- Ground Signals for Train Movement
- Track Treadle for Train Detection
- Status Indicators for Train Movement/Isolation
- Flexible and adaptable to existing systems
- Interface with other depot equipment
- Use of personnel data keys
- Low installation cost
- Low maintenance cost
- Remote Monitoring
Typical Examples of Depot Overview
safeNet Depot Protection System Case Studies
Allerton is one of the four Network Rail owned depots to be upgraded and have OLE reinstated in order to facilitate the maintenance of the additional electric rolling stock.
The project consisted of the removal & replacement of electrical distribution equipment & cabling relating to the existing 850V Shore Supply installation
The system included both rail and road off-loading systems, 400,000 litres of new fuel storage, a new fuel pump room, a new fully automatic control system, new dispensing lines connected to both existing and new fuel dispensers.