A British Steel Rail Technologies team member measures the profile of the rail head with a miniprof
18 Aug 2020

Technology Tuesdays summer programme draws to a close

After a very successful run of lunchtime webinars designed to help the rail industry achieve more rail life with less track maintenance, we'd like to say thank you!

Our fortnightly Technology Tuesdays sessions started back in June and have examined how we're helping customers address the challenges of higher traffic volumes, heavier axle loads and faster train speeds, having first gained a thorough understanding of their individual track needs.

We've been overwhelmed with the level of attendance and interaction throughout the whole programme, and we're now taking the opportunity to break for holidays.

If you'd like to watch any of the events we've held to date, you can find the recordings in the links below: 

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

The programme will continue in the autumn, so please keep checking our website or social media channels for details of the new timetable.

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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