Rail Depot Systems
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Carriage Wash Machines
Emeg has many years of experience in the design, build & installation of Train Wash Plants.
We can provide ‘Brush or Flail’ wash plants, tailored to suit depot operational requirements.
With our experienced knowledge in the Train Wash market, we guarantee our machines meet today’s railway cleaning standard.
We provide consultancy to guarantee the best solution for your needs and depot operation.
New flail cleaning technology for today’s modern fleet. Giving your trains that cleaner look and guaranteed extra long-life paint finish.
Controlled Emission Toilets
Modern trains are now equipped with toilet retention tanks that can be safely and hygienically emptied each night when they return to the depot via a Controlled Emission Toilet (CET) system.
With the CET hoses connected to the
safeNet Depot Protection System
SafeNet ensures rail-vehicle movements in and out of depots are controlled with no risk to depot staff.
Due to the stricter emissions control that
Adblue is the trade name for an ERS and is sometimes referred to as DEF. It is not classed as dangerous but the urea solution is very polluting to surface water and groundwater which may poison and kill wildlife.
Each design takes
Automatic Sanding Systems
Sanding systems are used in rail vehicles to improve the friction between the wheel and track and each car is equipped with a
The reason Shore Supply systems are required in the first instance is that when there is a requirement to stable diesel trains overnight at a depot for servicing, then once the train has been serviced and has been through the carriage washing machine it has to be stabled in the sidings to enable the depots cleaning staff to clean the inside of the train.
Rail Depot Systems Case Studies
The Northern Hub programme was developed to increase capacity, line speed and connectivity throughout the North West of England. Croft Street Depot, Preston is one of the f our Network Rail owned depots to be upgraded and have fuelling system installed
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.
Leyland Carriage sidings is one if the f our Network Rail owned depots to be upgraded in order to facilitate the maintenance and servicing of the additional rolling stock.