11 Apr 2018

British Steel to exhibit at Infrarail 2018

British Steel will be returning to ExCeL London on 1–3 May to promote the benefits of its rail product range, along with the unique services it can provide, that can help the industry build stronger railways.

British Steel will also be sponsoring Infrarail’s On-Track display while installing 2 x 15m track panels to showcase during the exhibition.

The team will be located at Stand C45 where they will be promoting why their products and services offer customers rail that lasts longer and requires less maintenance.

Products and services to be showcased include:

  • HP335 - High performance rail offering improved wear and rolling contact fatigue resistance for enhanced life and reduced grinding frequency

  • Zinoco® - Durable coated rail delivering longer rail life through superior protection against corrosion

  • ML range - Urban rail with increased wear-resistance and weld-restorable in-track for multiple lives

  • Rail Technologies - Our technical team is available to provide advice and support, helping you to optimise your rail performance

  • Crane rail - Developed for overhead gantries and floor-mounted cranes, our crane rail is available in a wide range of strengths and sizes

  • Structural sections - Comprehensive product range of sections tested to the highest standards for your reassurance

Don’t miss your chance to see British Steel Consultant, Rail Technologies, Stephen Lewis present a 30 minute seminar on ‘Technical Expertise for Building Stronger Railways’. Commencing at 11.50am on Thursday 3 May, Stephen’s talk is open to all and will include 10 minutes for questions at the end.

To find out more about British Steel attending Infrarail 2018, or to arrange a meeting to discuss how you can build stronger railways, please contact the team at rail@britishsteel.co.uk



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