24 Nov 2020

Technology Tuesdays autumn term wraps up 

After another successful term of lunchtime rail technical webinars, we'd like to once again say thank you!

Our autumn series of fortnightly Technology Tuesdays events went back to basics with a look at rail manufacturing, examining grade selection and exploring a range of welding techniques for different applications.

We were delighted to have so many join us for the sessions and to have the opportunity to answer so many of your questions throughout the whole programme.

We’ll be taking a break for the rest of the year, but will return again in the spring, so please keep checking for details of future sessions on our website or via our social media channels.

If you can’t wait that long for your technical fix, you can also re-watch all of the sessions from our autumn and summer programmes. 

Autumn programme

  • Making tracks
  • Ensuring weld integrity: joining
  • Comparison of rail steel grades
  • Ensuring weld integrity: repair

Summer programme

  • Zinoco: End of the line for rail corrosion
  • HP335: Combating RCF and life cycle costs
  • Understanding rail defects and solutions: wear and corrugation
  • Improving track installation efficiency with steel sleepers
  • Understanding rail defects and solutions: RCF and squats

If you have any feedback on our events, ideas for future sessions or would like more information on Technology Tuesdays, please contact us.

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