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RAIL TRACK MATERIAL

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Steel Rails and Trak-Lok Steel Sleeper Systems

OneSteel Whyalla has significant experience and expertise in the production of steel rail and steel sleeper systems in service to the Australian railway industry. A series of major investments in our facilities has resulted in the consistent manufacture of high quality steel products. OneSteel is proud to claim our steel rail and steel sleeper systems as Australian Made. OneSteel Whyalla gained accreditation to ISO 9001 for its manufacturing operations in 1990. Our Quality Management System supports our core values of Safety and Customer and is designed to allow us to deliver quality products in line with our Promise to Customers whilst not compromising on Safety.

Contents
STEEL RAILS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Mechanical Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Chemical Composition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 68kg Rail Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 60kg Rail Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 53kg Rail Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 50kg Rail Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 NZR50kg Rail Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 41kg Rail Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Standard Rail Drilling Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Drilling Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Selection of Steel Sleepers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Steel Sleeper Selection Items for Consideration . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Steel Sleeper Typical Arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Rolled Steel Sleeper Sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Chemical Composition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Mechanical Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Dimensional Tolerances For Steel Sleepers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

TRAK-LOK STEEL SLEEPER SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

STANDARD TRAK-LOK STEEL SLEEPER SYSTEM GUIDE . . 16


Tasmania . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 New South Wales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Queensland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 South Australia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Western Australia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Trak-Lok 2 Clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Trak-Lok 1 Clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

TRAK-LOK 2 CLIPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

TRAK-LOK 2 LOCK-IN SHOULDERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 TRAK-LOK INSULATION PADS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 TRAK-LOK SPACERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24


Insulated Spacers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Non-Insulated Spacers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Spacer Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Common Spacer Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28

TURNOUT bEARERS AND SPECIAL TRACKwORK . . . . . . . 30 TRAK-LOK INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL TOOLS . . . . . . 30
Spare Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Motorised Application Machines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Sleeper Plate Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hole Sizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Table of Sleeper Plates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 34 34 34

CAST SLEEPER PLATES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

steeL RAILs
Rails are manufactured and supplied by the OneSteel Whyalla steelworks in South Australia. OneSteel produces both Plain Carbon and Head Hardened rails in a range of sizes suitable for the Australasian rail market. OneSteel manufacture steel rails in accordance with the following OneSteel Rail Technical Agreement specifications. RT19 68kg AS profile RT23 41kg, 50kg and 60kg AS profile RT25 53kg AS profile RT24 50kg NZ profile These specifications detail production of rails in accordance with Australian Standard AS 1085.12002 with clarifications and enhancements contained therein. A copy of these specifications are available on request.

Chemical Composition
As Rolled Rail Product 41kg Rail 50kg Rail NZR50kg Rail 53kg Rail 60kg Rail 68kg Rail Carbon % 0 .53 to 0 .69 0 .65 to 0 .82 0 .72 to 0 .82 0 .65 to 0 .82 0 .65 to 0 .82 0 .65 to 0 .82 Manganese % 0 .60 to 0 .95 0 .70 to 1 .25 1 .00 to 1 .25 0 .70 to 1 .25 0 .70 to 1 .25 0 .70 to 1 .25 Silicon % 0 .15 to 0 .58 0 .15 to 0 .58 0 .15 to 0 .58 0 .15 to 0 .58 0 .15 to 0 .58 0 .15 to 0 .58 Element Phosphorous % 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max Sulfur % 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max Aluminium % 0 .005 max 0 .005 max 0 .005 max 0 .005 max 0 .005 max 0 .005 max Nitrogen % 0 .010 max 0 .010 max 0 .010 max 0 .010 max 0 .010 max 0 .010 max

Head Hardened Rail Carbon % 50kg Rail 0 .65 to 0 .82 NZR50kg Rail 0 .65 to 0 .82 53kg Rail 0 .65 to 0 .82 60kg Rail 0 .65 to 0 .82 68kg Rail 0 .65 to 0 .82 Product Manganese % 0 .70 to 1 .25 0 .70 to 1 .25 0 .70 to 1 .25 0 .70 to 1 .25 0 .70 to 1 .25 Silicon % 0 .15 to 0 .58 0 .15 to 0 .58 0 .15 to 0 .58 0 .15 to 0 .58 0 .15 to 0 .58 Element Phosphorous % 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max Sulfur % 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max 0 .025 max Aluminium % 0 .005 max 0 .005 max 0 .005 max 0 .005 max 0 .005 max Nitrogen % 0 .010 max 0 .010 max 0 .010 max 0 .010 max 0 .010 max

Mechanical Properties
As Rolled Rail Product 41kg Rail 50kg Rail NZR50kg Rail 53kg Rail 60kg Rail 68kg Rail Head Hardened Rail Product 50kg Rail NZR50kg Rail 53kg Rail 60kg Rail 68kg Rail 0.2% Proof Stress MPa (min) 780 780 780 780 780 Tensile Strength MPa (min) 1130 1130 1130 1130 1130 Elongation Min (%) 9 9 9 9 9 Surface Hardness Min (Hb) 340 340 340 340 340 0.2% Proof Stress MPa (min) 420 420 420 420 420 Tensile Strength MPa (min) 700 880 940 880 880 880 Elongation % (min) 8 8 8 8 8 8 Surface Hardness Hb (min) 260 260 260 260 260

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68kg Rail Profile

60kg Rail Profile

74.6 73.4 35.6 R14.3 16.0 GAUGE POINT 49.2


1 IN 40

HEAD WIDTH AT GAUGE POINT

70 20.2

1 IN 20

R254.0 R31.8

R 190 49

R 80

R 15.5

R 10 R 35

16 17

GAUGE POINT

1 IN
R7.9 R7.9 7.1

1 in 4

R5

17.5 R19.1

R203.0

R 20

CENTRELINE OF 203 AND 508 RADII 185.7 CENTRELINE BOLT HOLES R508.0 NEUTRAL AXIS

170 REF 93

15 NEUTRAL AXIS R 300 C.L. R300 CENTRELINE BOLT HOLES

98.4 R19.1 78.6 85.0

79.3

R 20 74.5

80

R3.2 30.2 R1.6

1 IN

28

1 in 4

R3

R2
152.4

146

68kg Rail
Area of Head Area of Web Area of Foot Total Area Calculated Mass Maximum Rail Length 3,117 mm2 2,349 mm2 3,147 mm2 8,614 mm2 67 .7 kg/m 25 .0 m Horizontal Axis Second Moment of Area Section Modulus Head Section Modulus Foot Vertical Axis Second Moment of Area 39 .3 10 mm 390 .7 103mm3 462 .9 103mm3
6 4

60kg Rail
Area of Head Area of Web Area of Foot Total Area Calculated Mass Maximum Rail Length 2,999 mm2 1,974 mm2 2,752 mm2 7,725 mm2 60 .6 kg/m 27 .5 m Horizontal Axis Second Moment of Area Section Modulus Head Section Modulus Foot Vertical Axis Second Moment of Area 29 .3 106mm4 322 .4 103mm3 369 .3 103mm3 4 .90 106mm4

6 .03 106mm4

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53kg Rail Profile

50kg Rail Profile

70 20.2
70.0

R11.0

R 80

R 10 R 15.5 R 35

16.0 R305.0 46.0 R1.6 GAUGE POINT

16

1 IN 20

R190

17

45

GAUGE POINT R5

3 1 IN

IN 4
R 15

R9.5 14.7 CENTRELINE 406 RADIUS NEUTRAL AXIS 86.5 CENTRELINE BOLT HOLES

15 154 REF 84 NEUTRAL AXIS


R 300

157.1

C.L. R300 CENTRELINE BOLTHOLES

R406.0

R12.7
1 IN 5

67.9

73.0

77.4

74.7

R 15

67

75

R3.0

1 IN
25

24.6

R3

R2
146.0 R2.0

127

53kg Rail
Area of Head Area of Web Area of Foot Total Area Calculated Mass Maximum Rail Length 2,721 mm2 1,520 mm2 2,522 mm2 6,763 mm2 53 .1 kg/m 27 .5 m Horizontal Axis Second Moment of Area Section Modulus Head Section Modulus Foot Vertical Axis Second Moment of Area 22 .8 10 mm 271 .6 103mm3 312 .8 103mm3
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50kg Rail
Area of Head Area of Web Area of Foot Total Area Calculated Mass Maximum Rail Length 2,710 mm2 1,578 mm2 2,163 mm2 6,451 mm2 50 .6 kg/m 27 .5 m Horizontal Axis Second Moment of Area Section Modulus Head Section Modulus Foot Vertical Axis Second Moment of Area 20 .1 106mm4 253 .5 103mm3 269 .1 103mm3 3 .26 106mm4

4 .54 106mm4

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nZR50kg Rail Profile


66.0 11.0

41kg Rail Profile

63.5

R13.0

R11.0

R300.0

16.0
R305.0 40.5

16.0

1 IN 20

45.0

R80.0 GAUGE POINT

4 1 IN

R2.0

1 IN

R3.0

GAUGE POINT

15.0

R19.0 CENTRELINE 500 RADIUS

13.1

R9.5

153.0 78.0 CENTRELINE BOLT HOLES

NEUTRAL AXIS

136.5 74.6

NEUTRAL AXIS

CENTRELINE 483 RADIUS CENTRELINE BOLT HOLES R483.0

R500.0 R15.0 63.0


2.75

71.3

76.0

64.5

R9.5

1 IN

60.3

67.5

30.0

R2.0
21.4

1 IN 5

25.5

1 IN

R3.0

R2.0
R2.0

132.0
127.0

nZR50kg Rail
Area of Head Area of Web Area of Foot Total Area Calculated Mass Maximum Rail Length 2,536 mm2 1,416 mm2 2,453 mm2 6,405 mm2 50 .1 kg/m 27 .5 m Horizontal Axis Second Moment of Area Section Modulus Head Section Modulus Foot Vertical Axis Second Moment of Area 19 .7 10 mm 240 .9 103mm3 276 .0 103mm3
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41kg Rail
Area of Head Area of Web Area of Foot Total Area Calculated Mass Maximum Rail Length 2,162 mm2 1,132 mm2 1,907 mm2 5,193 mm2 40 .8 kg/m 27 .5 m Horizontal Axis Second Moment of Area Section Modulus Head Section Modulus Foot Vertical Axis Second Moment of Area 13 .25 106mm4 184 .3 103mm3 205 .7 103mm3 2 .67 106mm4

3 .40 106mm4

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standard Rail Drilling Details

tRAK-LoK steeL sLeePeR sYsteMs


Introduction

H A
Section 41kg Rail NZR50kg Rail 50kg Rail 53kg Rail 60kg Rail 68kg Rail H (mm) 60 .3 63 .0 67 .0 67 .9 74 .5 78 .6

Trak-Lok Steel Sleeper Systems are manufactured from OneSteels rolled M sleeper sections and incorporates the Trak-Lok resilient fastening system that has been developed specifically for use with steel sleepers.

B
A (mm) 62 .0 54 .0 88 .0 62 .0 88 .0 88 .9 b (mm) 127 .0 114 .3 130 .0 127 .0 130 .0 152 .0 Hole Diameter 30 .0 30 .0 30 .0 30 .0 30 .0 30 .0

Steel sleepers are support members that form part of the structure of the railway track. The steel sleepers are embedded into ballast and provide support to the rails above. The steel sleepers tie the rails together maintaining gauge and rail position whilst resisting lateral and longitudinal movement of the rail. The Trak-Lok 2 resilient clip secures the rail to the sleeper in conjunction with the appropriate Trak-Lok Lock In Shoulder. The Trak-Lok fastening system also includes an optional range of Insulation Pads for various rail sizes that provide electrical insulation between rail and steel sleeper which ensures the correct operation of track signalling and traction current return systems. The Trak-Lok fastening system also has a large range of Spacers available to enable the use of smaller rail in rail seats designed for larger rail sizes that may be employed in the future.

selection of steel sleepers Drilling Patterns


6S 3S 4F 4C 2F 2C

Australian Standards AS 1085 Part 17 - Steel Sleepers and AS 1085 Part 19 - Resilient Fastening Assemblies have been developed as a means for the selection of steel sleepers and their associated resilient fastenings. The procedures specified in these standards have two main parts: 1. Firstly a design procedure that enables the calculation of design vertical and lateral rail seat loadings for the proposed sleeper (if actual loading conditions are not known); and

2. Secondly the standards specify a series of laboratory test procedures, some of which utilise the calculated design or actual loadings, to determine the performance of the proposed sleeper systems against critical performance requirements. These critical performance requirements include sleeper fatigue, overload strength, rail fastening capability and rail insulation. In addition to the critical performance requirements specified above, other factors should also be considered, including how they are to be installed in track, assembly and disassembly of components, compatibility with common track maintenance activities and track stability. For the first time user, in-track trials are recommended so that experience may be gained regarding installation procedure, general track performance, maintenance techniques required and general overall costs. By both in-track testing and testing in the laboratory to criteria as determined in accordance with the Australian Standards, confidence may be gained as to whether any particular sleeper system is suitable for an intended purpose.

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steel sleeper selection Items for Consideration


When selecting a particular steel sleeper for your application the following items need to be determined: 1. 2. 3. The size of the sleeper, ie M7.5, M8.5 or M10 sleeper section. What traffic task may need to be catered for now and in the future? Track gauge requried to be achieved including any gauge widening; What rail size is the steel sleeper to be designed for, and are Spacers required? Steel sleepers may be supplied to fasten most common rail sizes. By using Spacers it is possible to fasten existing generally small size rail in larger rail seats thus enabling future upgrading of the track to be carried out without the need to resleeper the track; Is the rail seat to be canted at 1 in 20, flat, or other? Is the track required to be insulated or non-insulated? What signalling task may be required in the future? Note that it is possible to convert M7.5 non-insulated track to insulated track by the use of a special Lock In Shoulder and appropriate Insulation Pads but this combination may lead to earlier fatigue failure of the steel sleeper and/or its components;

2. non-Insulated (Shown with Flat Non-Insulated Rail Seat)

4. 5.

The details presented hereafter detail the commonly used components and configurations for Trak-Lok Steel Sleeper Systems, however other specific requirements may also be able to be accommodated. Please contact a OneSteel Trak-Lok representative for further details.

steel sleeper typical Arrangement


1. Insulated (Shown with a 1 in 20 Canted Insulated Rail Seat)

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Rolled steel sleeper sections


Steel sleeper sections are manufactured to the following sizes:

Dimensional tolerances For steel sleepers


Item No. (a)
160

Characteristic Overall length of sleeper Individual cross-sectional dimensions of sleepers other than those specified in Items (c), (d) and (e) Internal width of sleeper at the section toe, B Overall depth of sleeper section, D Thickness of the sleeper top, T Inward cant of rail seats: (i) hot-pressed (ii) cold-pressed Rail seat flatness (flatness tolerance shall be measured in accordance with AS/ NZS 1100 .101) (no convexity allowed) Note: Where this tolerance is not met by special sleepers such as turnout and splay bearers, the flatness may be agreed with the purchaser . Differential tilt angle of rail seats in the direction of rail Track gauge, measured between gauge points of rails with the rail placed hard against the outer shoulder Distance between inside walls of inner and outer shoulders of each rail measured 2mm above the rail seat Inside walls of inner and outer housings of each rail seat to be parallel to longitudinal axis of each rail Sleeper longitudinal straightness (over the nominally straight portion in plan view) Distance between outer edges of external fixing holes Distance between outer edges of fixing holes of the same rail seat

Tolerance (mm) as per AS1085.17 +/- 10 +/- 3 +/- 5 +/- 2 +0 .5, -0 .3 +/- 0 .50 +/- 0 .20 0 .0 to 1 .0

(b)
54

R10 'T' Cx R15 153,6 X


R80

R10 R15

25

(c) (d)
X

(e)
DEPTH 'D'

184,6
0 R8

(f)

't' (R

EF)

70

R8 232,7 R5 10 (REF)

(g)
'd'

7244" (REF)

6950' (REF) 236 WIDTH 'B'

R5

(h) (i) (j)

+/- 0 .60 +/- 3 +1 .0, -0 .0 +/- 0 .20 6mm/m +/- 1 +/- 0 .5

Designation

Mass kg/m

T mm 7 .5 8 .5 10

t mm 5 .35 5 .69 6 .21

D mm 98 .0 99 .0 100 .5

d mm 19 .5 20 .5 22 .0

b mm 258 .4 258 .7 259 .6

Section Area mm2 2,687 2,948 3,341

Centre of Area (from top) mm 31 .71 31 .43 31 .26

About x -x I 106mm4 2 .943 3 .217 3 .639 Z top 103mm3 92 .81 102 .35 116 .41 Z bottom 103mm3 44 .4 47 .61 52 .56 (k) (l) (m) (n)

M7 .5 M8 .5 M10

21 .09 23 .14 26 .23

Chemical Composition Product Steel Sleeper Section Mechanical Properties Product Steel Sleeper Section Yield Strength MPa, min 250 Carbon %, max 0 .24 Manganese %, max 1 .5 Element Silicon %, max 0 .5 Phosphorous %, max 0 .04 Sulfur %, max 0 .04

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stAnDARD tRAK-LoK steeL sLeePeR sYsteM GUIDe


Below is a Standard List of steel sleeper configurations with the main rail size that the sleeper has been designed for and the applicable Lock In Shoulder, Insulated Pad, Clip and Spacer.

Queensland
Sleeper Section M7 .5 Gauge Narrow (1067mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow + 7mm or +13 (1074mm and 1080mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow (1067mm) Part No Sleeper Centreline Length 2060mm 2060mm Flat or Cant Flat Flat Insulation Requirements Ins or Ins Part NI No NI NI Clip No LIS No Spacer Major Rail Size AS41 AS41 & AS50 Sleeper Drawing Number 2065 2068

tasmania
Sleeper Section M7 .5 M7 .5 Gauge Narrow (1067mm) Narrow + 6mm (1073mm) Narrow + 12mm (1079mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow + 6mm (1073mm) Narrow + 12mm (1079mm) Part No Sleeper Centreline Length 2010mm 2010mm Flat or Cant Cant Cant Insulation Requirements Ins or Ins Part NI No NI NI Clip No LIS No Spacer Major Rail Size AS41 AS41 Sleeper Drawing Number 12207 12235 M8 .5 7 .5SN12236TSS 8 .5NG12136TSS 8 .5NG12180TSS 8 .5NG12405TSS 2010mm 2060mm 2060mm 2060mm Cant Cant Cant Cant NI Ins NI Ins 2213 2213 B296 B296 B296 B296 2411 2409 2410 2409 AS41 AS41 AS41 AS41 12236 M8 .5 12136 12180 12405 M7 .5

7 .5NG2065TSS 7 .5NG2068TSS

B296 B296

2411 2411

2529

7 .5SN12207TSS 7 .5SN12235TSS

B296 B296

2411 2411

M8 .5

8 .5NG12393TSS

2060mm

Flat

NI

B296

2410

2529

AS41

12393

8 .5NG2074TSS 8 .5NG2089TSS

2060mm 2060mm

Flat Cant

Ins Ins

2214 2214

B296 B296

2409 2409

M7 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5

AS41 & AS50 AS41 & AS50

2074 2089

south Australia
Sleeper Section M10 M7 .5 Gauge Narrow (1067mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow (1067mm) Part No Sleeper Centreline Length 2060mm 2430mm 2430mm 2010mm 2010mm Flat or Cant Cant Cant Cant Flat Cant Insulation Requirements Ins or Ins Part NI No Ins NI NI NI NI 2213 Clip No LIS No Spacer Major Rail Size AS41 AS60 AS60 AS31 AS53 Sleeper Drawing Number 12152 12402 12126 12129 12391

M8 .5

8 .5NG12406TSS

2060mm

Cant

Ins

2213

B296

2409

AS41

12406

10NG12152TSS 7 .5SG12402TSS 10SG12126TSS 7 .5SN12129TSS 7 .5SN12391TSS

B296 B296 B296 B296 B296

2408 2411 2406 2411 2411

new south Wales


Sleeper Section M7 .5 M7 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5 M10 M10 Gauge Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Part No Sleeper Centreline Length 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm Flat or Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Insulation Requirements Ins or Ins Part NI No NI NI Ins Ins NI NI Ins NI 2212 2213 2212 Clip No LIS No Spacer Major Rail Size AS47 AS53 AS53 AS47 AS47/50 AS53 AS53 AS60 Sleeper Drawing Number 12105 2072 12125 12144 12209 12142 12195 12126

M10 M7 .5 M7 .5

7 .5SG12105TSS 7 .5SG2072TSS 8 .5SG12125TSS 8 .5SG12144TSS 8 .5SG12209TSS 8 .5SG12142TSS 10SG12195TSS 10SG12126TSS

B296 B296 B296 B296 B296 B296 B296 B296

2411 2411 2409 2409 2410 2410 2408 2408

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Western Australia
Sleeper Section M7 .5 M7 .5 M7 .5 M7 .5 M7 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5 M10 Gauge Narrow (1067mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow + 6mm (1073mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow (1067mm) Narrow + 6mm (1073mm) Narrow (1067mm) Standard (1435mm) (1434mm with AS50) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard + 6mm (1441mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard (1435mm) Standard + 6mm (1441mm) Part No Sleeper Centreline Length 2010mm 2010mm 2010mm 2010mm 2010mm 2060mm 2060mm 2060mm 2060mm 2060mm Flat or Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Insulation Requirements Ins or Ins Part NI No NI NI NI NI NI Ins Ins Ins Ins Ins 2213 2213 2212 2213 2213 Clip No LIS No Spacer Major Rail Size AS41 AS50 AS47/50 RE66 AS50 AS41 AS50 AS60 AS50 AS41 AS41 & AS47/50 AS41 AS50 AS50 AS41 AS50 AS60 AS41 & AS47/50 AS50 Sleeper Drawing Number 12185 12187 12410

tRAK-LoK 2 CLIPs
Trak-Lok Steel Sleeper Systems supplied by OneSteel incorporate the Trak-Lok Fastening System which has been specifically developed for use with steel sleepers. The Trak-Lok B296 clip is most commonly used. A lower toe load version, the Trak-Lok B286 clip, is also used in some applications. Trak-Lok clips are manufactured from a high silicon spring steel and are hot formed, quenched and tempered in a semi-automatic process. OneSteel Whyalla also manufacture and supply as spares the superseded Trak-Lok 1 clips that were used on the Trak-Lok 1 Steel Sleepers (now obsolete).

7 .5SN12185TSS 7 .5SN12187TSS 7 .5SN12410TSS 7 .5SN12260TSS 7 .5SN12202TSS 8 .5NG2095TSS 8 .5NG12120TSS 8 .5NG12369TSS 8 .5NG12160TSS 10NG12152TSS

B286 B286 B286 B286 B286 B296 B296 B296 B296 B296

2411 2411 2411 2411 2411 2409 2409 2409 2409 2408

trak-Lok 2 Clips
12260 12202 2095 12120 12369

Designation where Used Note 1 For use with Insulated and B286 Non-Insulated M7 .5, M8 .5 and M10 Steel Sleepers . Material thickness = 8mm Nominal Toe Load = 9kN Nominal Deflection = 16mm B296 Note 1 For use with Insulated and Non-Insulated M7 .5, M8 .5 and M10 Steel Sleepers . Material thickness = 9mm Nominal Toe Load = 10kN Nominal Deflection = 16mm

Drawing

12160 12152

M7 .5

7 .5SG12231TSS

2430mm

Cant

NI

B286

2411

2529

12231

M7 .5 M7 .5 M7 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5 M8 .5

7 .5SG2096TSS 7 .5SG2097TSS 7 .5SG12157TSS 8 .5SG12171TSS 8 .5SG2098TSS 8 .5SG12266TSS 8 .5SG12232TSS 8 .5SG12158TSS

2430mm 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm 2430mm

Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant Cant

NI NI NI Ins Ins Ins Ins Ins

2213 2213 2212 2214 2213

B286 B286 B286 B296 B296 B296 B296 B296

2411 2411 2411 2409 2409 2409 2409 2409

2096 2097 12157 12171 2098 12266 12232 12158

JB296 Note 1

For use with Insulated and Non-Insulated M7 .5, M8 .5 and M10 Steel Sleepers at Insulated Joints . Material thickness = 9mm

Zip9 Note 2

For use with Insulated and Non-Insulated M7 .5, M8 .5 and M10 Steel Sleepers . Material thickness = 9mm Nominal Toe Load = 10kN Nominal Deflection = 16mm

Note 1 Australian Design No . 142843 . All rights reserved . Note 2 Australian Patent No . 774152 . All rights reserved .

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trak-Lok 1 Clips
Designation where Used S187L Used with Non-Insulated M7 .5 and M8 .5 Trak-Lok 1 Steel Sleepers . Material thickness = 8mm Nominal Toe Load = 9kN Nominal Deflection = 10 .5mm S193L Used with Insulated M7 .5, M8 .5 and M10 Trak-Lok 1 Steel Sleepers . Material thickness = 9mm Nominal Toe Load = 10kN Nominal Deflection = 13 .5mm Used with Non-Insulated M6 .5 Note: Use S187L Clip as replacement . Trak-Lok 1 Steel Sleepers . Material thickness = 7mm Nominal Toe Load = 8kN Nominal Deflection = 10 .5mm Used with Non-INsulated M7 .5 and M8 .5 Trak-Lok 1 Steel Sleepers . Material thickness = 9mm Nominal Toe Load = 10kN Nominal Deflection = 10 .5mm Drawing

tRAK-LoK 2 LoCK-In sHoULDeRs


The Trak-Lok 2 clips used in this system are held in position by purpose designed lock-in shoulders (LISs) which hold the rail in the rail seat and ensure the clip exerts the required toe load to the rail. The Trak-Lok 2 LISs are specifically designed so that they cannot be dislodged once the rails are positioned in place. Different types of LISs are used for insulated and noninsulated sleepers. Part Number where Used M7 .5 Non-Insulated Steel 2411 Note 1 Sleeper . 2410 Note 1 2406 Note 1 2409 Note 2 M8 .5 Non-Insulated Steel Sleepers . M10 Non-Insulated Steel Sleepers . M8 .5 Insulated Steel Sleepers . M10 Insulated Steel Sleepers . Drawings

S195L

2408 Note 2

S197L

2425 Note 2

Conversion of M7 .5 Non-Insulated to M7 .5 Insulated Steel Sleepers .

TRAK-LOK TWO-PIECE INSULATION PAD

LOCK-IN SHOULDER PART No. 2425

NON-INSULATED FASTENING ARRANGEMENT CONVERTED TO INSULATED FASTENING ARRANGEMENT

Note 1 Australian Design No . 129140 . All rights reserved . Note 2 Australian Design No . 129139 . All rights reserved .

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tRAK-LoK InsULAtIon PADs


For rail fastening assemblies which require the rail to be insulated for signalling and return traction current control purposes, OneSteel supplies a range of two-piece insulation pads. These pads have been developed to provide high electrical resistance, good mechanical strength and durability. Insulation pads are available for most common Australian rail foot sizes. Two-piece insulation pads for use at bar type fishplated joints are also available and some pads also have a feature that allows minor adjustment of track gauge or allows the use of different rail sizes. Trak-Lok Two-Piece Insulation pads are manufactured from two different materials to give two ranges of mechanical strength. Most insulation pads supplied are manufactured from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). However, where high lateral forces are applied at the rail seat and higher mechanical strength is required, then insulation pads manufactured from Nylon 6 may be supplied. Designation 2211 Not adjustable 2212 Not adjustable 2213 Not adjustable 2209 Not adjustable 2234 Not adjustable 2237 Not adjustable 2208 Gauge Adjustable Suit Rail RE68kg / 136lb AS53kg, AS60kg AS41kg, AS47kg and AS50kg RE115 / 119lb AS31 / DKA42 RE100 NZR50kg Rail Foot width 152mm 146mm 127mm 5 .5 108mm 5 .375 132mm
WHITE IDENTIFICATION BUTTON PART No. 2210 (IN THICK SIDED PAD ONLY)

Designation 2217 Not adjustable used at Insulated Joints 2218 Not adjustable used at Insulated Joints 2219 Not adjustable used at Insulated Joints 2220 Gauge adjustable used at Insulated Joints

Suit Rail RE68kg / 136lb

Rail Foot width 152mm

Drawing

AS53kg, AS60kg

146mm

Drawing

AS41kg, AS47kg and AS50kg

127mm

NZR50kg

132mm

WHITE IDENTIFICATION BUTTON PART No. 2210 (IN THICK SIDED PAD ONLY)

2221 Gauge adjustable used at Insulated Joints

AS41kg, AS47kg and AS50kg

127mm

2214 Gauge Adjustable

AS41kg, AS47kg and AS50kg

127mm

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tRAK-LoK sPACeRs
The Trak-Lok Fastening System includes a range of both insulated and non-insulated spacers to allow the use of various rail sizes in the one seat.

non-Insulated spacers
Part Number 2517 where Used This Spacer located on the Field side of DKA42 rails in an AS41 rail seat in conjunction with Spacer Part No 2252 .
SPACER PART No. 2517

Drawings
DKA42 Rail

Insulated spacers
Part Number 2509 where Used This Spacer (2 off required per rail seat) locates AS47 or AS50 rails in 146mm Insulated Rail Seat in association with Insulated Pad Part No 2212 . This Spacer (2 off per rail seat) also locates AS31 rails in an AS41 Insulated rail seat in association with Insulated Pad Part Nos 2213 & 2214 .
SPACER PART No. 2509 TRAK-LOK LOCK-IN SHOULDER TRAK-LOK 2 CLIP

SPACER PART No. 2552 NON-INSULATED LOCK-IN SHOULDER TRAK-LOK B296 CLIP FIELD SIDE GAUGE SIDE

Drawings
SPACER PART No. 2509

2521

TRAK-LOK INSULATION PAD

2518

This Spacer located on the Field side of DKA42 rails in 127mm Insulated Rails Seat in association with Insulation Pad Part No 2213 and Spacer Part No 2518 This Spacer located on the Gauge side of DKA42 rails in 127mm Insulated Rails Seat in association with Insulation Pad Part No 2213 and Spacer Part No 2518 This Spacer located on the Field side of WA60lb rails in 127mm Insulated Rail Seat in association with Insulated Pad Part No 2213 and Spacer Part No 2509 .

2522
TRAK-LOK LOCK-IN SHOULDER GAUGE SIDE SPACER PART No. 2519 DKA42 RAIL FIELD SIDE SPACER PART No. 2518 TRAK-LOK 2 CLIP

2519

2528

This Spacer located on the Field side in conjunction with Spacer Part No 2522 located on the Gauge side used to locate WA60lb rails in rail seats designed for AS41 rails . This Spacer located on the Gauge side in conjunction with Spacer Part No 2521 located on the Field side used to locate WA60lb rails in rail seats designed for AS41 rails . This Spacer (2 off per rail seat) used to locate AS31 rails in rails seats designed for AS41 rails . This Spacer (one per sleeper used to maintain gauge when used with AS41 or AS47/50 rails in rail adjustable steel sleepers .

FIELD SIDE SPACER PART No. 2521

WA 60lb. RAIL

TRAK-LOK LOCK-IN SHOULDER

GAUGE SIDE SPACER PART No. 2522

TRAK-LOK 2 CLIP

TRAK-LOK INSULATION PAD PART No. 2213

2529

AS50 RAIL

1 1067 2 RAIL GAUGE (USING AS50 RAILS - AT NOMINAL DIMENSIONS)

AS50 RAIL

TRAK-LOK SPACER

2557

TRAK-LOK LOCK-IN SHOULDER

FIELD SIDE SPACER PART No. 2557 WA 60lb RAIL GAUGE SIDE SPACER PART No. 2509 TRAK-LOK 2 CLIP

AS41 RAIL TRAK-LOK SPACER

1 1067 2 RAIL GAUGE (USING AS41 RAILS - AT NOMINAL DIMENSIONS)

AS41 RAIL

2530
TRAK-LOK INSULATION PAD PART No. 2213

This Spacer (2 off per rail seat) used to locate AS47 / AS50 rails in rails seats designed for AS53 / AS60 rails . This Spacer (2 off per rail seat) used to locate AS31 rails in rails seats designed for AS41 rails at Fishplated Joints .

2534

This Spacer locates AS47 or AS50 rails at joints in 146mm Insulated Rail Seat in association with Joint Insulation Pad Part No 2218 .

2535

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Part Number 2537

where Used This Spacer (2 off per rail seat) used to locate AS47 / AS50 rails in rails seats designed for AS53 / AS60 rails at Fishplated Joints . This Spacer located on the Field side in conjunction with Spacer Part No 2554 located on the Gauge side used to locate NSW60B (1896) rails in rail seats designed for AS53 rails .

Drawings

Part Number 2555

where Used This Spacer located on the Field side in conjunction with Spacer Part No 2556 located on the Gauge side used to locate QR41 .25lb or NSW71 .5D rails in rail seats designed for AS53 rails . This Spacer located on the Gauge side in conjunction with Spacer Part No 2555 located on the Field side used to locate QR41 .25lb or NSW71 .5D rails in rail seats designed for AS53 rails . This Spacer (2 off per rail seat) used to locate AS50 rails in rail seats designed for AS60 rails .
FIELD SIDE SPACER PART No. 2555 TRAK-LOK LOCK-IN SHOULDER TRAK-LOK 2 CLIP

Drawings
41.25 lb. RAIL

GAUGE SIDE SPACER PART No. 2556

2545

NSW 60B (1896) Rail

2556

SPACER PART No. 2545

SPACER PART No. 2554 NON-INSULATED LOCK-IN SHOULDER TRAK-LOK B296 CLIP

FIELD SIDE

GAUGE SIDE

2570

AS50 RAIL TRAK-LOK LOCK-IN SHOULDER NON-INSULATED SPACERS PART NO. 2570 TRAK-LOK CLIP

2551

2552

2553

2554

This Spacer located on the Field side in conjunction with Spacer Part No 2552 located on the Gauge side used to locate 80A and 80AA rails in rail seats designed for AS53 rails . This Spacer located on the Gauge side in conjunction with Spacer Part No 2551 located on the Field side used to locate 80A and 80AA rails in rail seats designed for AS53 rails . This Spacer located on the Field side in conjunction with Spacer Part No 2554 located on the Gauge side used to locate AS31 (60lb) rails in rail seats designed for AS53 rails . This Spacer located on the Gauge side in conjunction with Spacer Part No 2553 located on the Field side used to locate AS31 (60lb) rails in rail seats designed for AS53 rails .

80AA OR 80A RAIL

SPACER PART No. 2551

SPACER PART No. 2552 NON-INSULATED LOCK-IN SHOULDER TRAK-LOK B296 CLIP

FIELD SIDE

GAUGE SIDE

NOTE: Other Spacer configurations can be designed to suit special specific installation requirements . Customers to check Spacer availability prior to ordering as tooling for Spacers may be life expired and require replacement .

AS31 (60lb) Rail

SPACER PART No. 2553

SPACER PART No. 2554 NON-INSULATED LOCK-IN SHOULDER TRAK-LOK B296 CLIP

FIELD SIDE

GAUGE SIDE

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spacer Dimensions
Spacer width Dist Tolerance (mm) (mm) +/- 0 .1 +/- 0 .1 +/- 0 .1 +/- 0 .1 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 Angle F/Plate Joint Spacer width Dist Tolerance (mm) (mm) Angle

50kg rail steel sleeper system Rail to be Fitted Rail Size WA 60lb 2534 9 .5 +/- 0 .1 12 .5deg 47kg rail steel sleeper system Rail to be Fitted 13 deg 0 5 deg 43 13 deg 12 11deg 18 11deg 18 11deg 18 13 deg 30 13 deg 0 13 deg 0 11deg 18 11deg 18 6 deg 0 6 deg 0 14 deg 0 Rail Size 2535 2537 9 .5 9 .5 +/- 0 .5 +/- 0 .5 11deg 18 11deg 18 WA 60lb Head width 53 .9 Rail Height 115 Rail Foot width 101 .6 Ins or NI Ins Head width 53 .9 Rail Height 115 Rail Foot width 101 .6 Ins or NI Ins

Insulated Spacers 2509 9 .5 2518 5 .0 2519 12 .0 2557 16 .5 Non-Insulated Spacers 2517 11 .1 2521 17 .5 2522 9 .0 2528 9 .5 2529 6 .5 2530 9 .5 2545 30 .0 2551 14 .0 2552 5 .0 2553 24 .0 2554 14 .0 2555 20 .5 2556 4 .8 2570 9 .5

12 .5 deg 12 .5 deg 12 .5 deg 12 .5 deg

Rail Design Rail Head width Size Height 50kg 70 154 Gauge Side Field Side Gauge Spacer No. Spacer No. achieved 2509 2557 nom

Rail Foot width 146 where Commonly Used WA

Design Rail Rail Head width Size Height 47kg 70 141 .3 Gauge Side Field Side Gauge Spacer No. Spacer No. achieved 2509 2557 nom

Rail Foot width 127 where Commonly Used WA

41kg rail steel sleeper system Rail to be Fitted Head Rail Rail Foot Ins or width Height width NI 31kg 63 .5 117 .5 108 NI DKA 42kg 68 .5 138 110 NI 60B or 63lb 63 .5 117 .5 108 NI 75lb 61 .9 122 .2 122 .2 NI WA 60lb 53 .9 115 101 .6 NI 31kg 63 .5 117 .5 108 Ins DKA 42kg 68 .5 138 110 Ins 60B or 63lb 63 .5 117 .5 108 Ins 75lb 61 .9 122 .2 122 .2 Ins * Tooling not available for this Spacer at the present time . Rail Size

Common spacer Configurations


53kg rail steel sleeper system Rail to be Fitted Rail Size 47kg Rail 50kg Rail 41kg Rail 80ASA 1900 80B 1928 80AA 1907 31kg Rail 60B 1896 60AS BA 1907 71 1/2 1875 47kg Rail 50kg Rail Head width 70 70 63 .5 63 .5 63 .5 63 .5 63 .5 57 .9 57 .9 57 .1 70 70 Rail Height 141 .3 154 136 .5 127 136 .5 128 .6 117 .5 109 .5 111 .1 120 .6 141 .3 154 Rail Foot width 127 127 127 127 127 127 108 101 .6 101 .6 120 .6 127 127 Ins or NI NI NI NI NI NI NI NI NI NI NI Ins Ins Design Rail Rail Head width Size Height 53kg 70 157 .1 Gauge Side Field Side Gauge Spacer No. Spacer No. achieved 2530 2530 nom 2530 2530 nom 2552 2551 nom 2552 2551 nom 2552 2551 nom 2552 2551 nom 2554 2553 -1mm 2554 2545 -1mm 2554 2545 -1mm 2556 2555 -1mm 2509 2509 nom 2509 2509 nom Rail Foot width 146 where Commonly Used Common Common Common Common Common Common Common NSW NSW NSW Common Common

Rail Design Rail Head width Size Height 41kg 63 .5 136 .5 Gauge Side Field Side Gauge Spacer No. Spacer No. achieved 2528 2528 nom 2517* 2552 -1mm 2528 2528 nom Nil 2556 -2mm 2522 2521 nom 2509 2509 nom 2519 2518 nom 2509 2509 nom Nil 2518 -1mm

Rail Foot width 127 where Commonly Used Common Tasmania Tasmania Tasmania WA Common Tasmania Tasmania Tasmania

60lb rail steel sleeper system Rail to be Fitted Rail Size 41 .25lb Head width 47 .6 Rail Height 93 .7 Rail Foot width 82 .6 Ins or NI NI

Design Rail Rail Head width Size Height 60lb 63 .5 117 .5 Gauge Side Field Side Gauge Spacer No. Spacer No. achieved 2556 2555 nom

Rail Foot width 108 where Commonly Used QR

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tURnoUt beAReRs AnD sPeCIAL tRACKWoRK


OneSteel also supplies both Insulated and Non-Insulated steel bearers for turnouts, splay rails and guard rail sleepers to meet customer designs and customer supplied drawings. Steel bearers enable rapid assembly of turnouts whilst ensuring the geometry of the turnout is achieved and provide similar benefits of steel sleepers.

Part where Used Number 2809 Installation of B296, B286 and Zip9 Trak-Lok Clips . Supplied with angled handle .

Drawings

Trak-Lok steel sleeper systems come complete with a full range of tools to enable the safe application and removal of Trak-Lok Resilient Fastening Clips. Part where Used Number 2802 Installation of B296, B286 and Zip9 Trak-Lok Clips . Supplied with straight handle . Drawings

FOR TOOL REPLACEMENT OR SPARE PARTS PH. 08 83263440

PART No. 2802/12 ASSEMBLES TRAK-LOK 2 CLIPS & ZIP-CLIPS

2902

Removal of B296, B286 and Zip9 Trak-Lok Clips .

2803

Installation of B296, B286 and Zip9 Trak-Lok Clips . For use in dual gauge track .

FOR TO O OL RE PH.R SPAR PLACE 08 8 E PA MEN 326 RTS T 344 0

P ASSE ART No MBLE . S B29 2809/0 6/B2 86 CL IPS

tRAK-LoK InstALLAtIon AnD ReMoVAL tooLs

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Part where Used Number 2903 Removal of S193L TrakLok Clips .

Drawings

Part where Used Number 2912 Removal of S187L and S195L Trak-Lok Clips on flat Trak-Lok steel sleepers using ballast inspection holes .

Drawings

2904

Removal of S195L TrakLok Clips on rails with a 108mm rail foot . Removal of JS195L TrakLok Clips on rails with a 108mm rail foot . Removal of S195L TrakLok Clips on rails with a 127mm rail foot . Removal of JS195L TrakLok Clips on rails with a 127mm rail foot . Removal of S187L TrakLok Clips on rails with a 127mm rail foot .

spare Parts
Part where Used Number 2806 MK Hook Assembly as A replacement on Part Nos 2802, 2803 and 2809 . Drawings

2905

2913

2914

2806 MK Roller Assembly as B replacement on Part Nos 2802 and 2809 .

2906

Motorised Application Machines


2919 Removal of JS187L TrakLok Clips on rails with a 127mm rail foot . Trak-Lok 2 Clips can be installed and removed using specialised application/removal machines. These machines range in size from push along trolleys to ride on high production machines. For further details please contact your OneSteel representative.

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CAst sLeePeR PLAtes


sleeper Plate type
Sleeper Plates are manufactured to suit 127mm or 146mm rail foot sizes. Sleeper Plates are designated as follows: DSTB Double Shouldered, Taper Base (1 in 20) Sleeper Plate DSLB Double Shouldered, Flat Base Sleeper Plate Other negotiated types can be produced by OneSteel to Customer specifications which are not covered by the Standard defined below

127 DsLb - DF46


182.7 138.4 53.3

= = 50.8 = = 12.7

127 DSLB DF46

A 92

A 1 18.0 TYP DATUM C 12.7 50.8 25.4 178

18.0 TYP

2701-1

25.4

standards
AS1085 Part 3 Sleeper Plates.
82.8 295

Hole sizes
All holes are located in accordance with OneSteel drawings. Holes are provided in varying configurations to suit the Customers fastening requirements. Each sleeper plate has a designated DF number that is used to identify the sleeper plate. When ordering sleeper plates it is only the abbreviated designation as per the drawing heading that is required to be quoted eg. 127 DSTB DF27.
9.5 12.7

129.4

= 7.9 TYP

table of sleeper Plates


Designation 127 DSLB DF46 127 DSLB DF100 127 DSLB DF68 127 DSTB DF4 127 DSTB - DF27 127 DSTB DF3 127 DSTB DF3L 127 DSTB DF10 146 DSLB - DF69 146 DSTB DF25 146 DSTB DF25L 146 DSTB DF30 Drawing Number 2701 2702 2700 2704 2721 2719 2719 2705 2703 2707 2707 2706 Unit Mass (kg) 4 .49 7 .02 7 .02 5 .01 5 .01 5 .01 TBA 5 .63 7 .07 TBA 6 .15 6 .19 Plate width (mm) 295 295 295 295 295 295 295 295 314 315 315 315 Plate Length (mm) 178 203 203 178 178 178 203 203 203 180 205 205 Dog Spike Hole (mm) 18 Square 21 Square 24 Round 18 Square 20 .6 Square 21 Square 21 Square 24 Round 24 Round 21 Square 21 Square 24 Round Lock Spike Hole (mm) 18 Square 21 Square 18 Square 18 Square 17 .5 Square 21 Square 21 Square 18 Square 18 Square 21 Square 21 Square 18 Square

127 DsLb - DF100


55 139

182

10

DATUM
= = 51 = = 13 21 TYP DATUM C 13 51

127 DSLB DF100

A 95

A 1 25 203

25

21 TYP

DATUM

2702-1
83 295 = 129.4 = 8 TYP

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17.5

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127 DsLb - DF68


182.7 53.3 141.3

127 Dstb - DF27


182 139 10 55

11.9

127 DSLB DF68

25.4

= = 50.8 ==

17.5

50.8

12.7 == = = DATUM C 12.7 50.8 203

127 DSTB DF27

A 92

A 1

00

12.7 25.4 17.5

25.4 12.7 50.8 178

18.0 TYP 25.4

18.0 TYP

DATUM

2721-0

DATUM

129.4
= 129.4 = 7.9 TYP

7.9

(1 IN 20) 2.86 7.9 9.5 TYP

14.3

17.5

18.3

127 Dstb - DF4

182.7 138.4 53.3

127 Dstb - DF3 & DF3L

182 139 55

10

127 DSTB DF4

DATUM

= = 50.8 == 12.7 25.4 18.0 TYP

18.0 TYP DATUM C

51

21 TYP.

25.4 12.7 50.8 178


25

127 DSTB DF3L

2700-1
83

= =

24.0 TYP

24.0 TYP

R12.0

TYP

20.6 = =

==

20.6

83

295

295

DATUM

129.4

129.4

7.9

(1 IN 20) 2.86 7.9 9.5 TYP

(1 IN 20) 2.86 8 18 9.5 TYP

DATUM

A 92

A 1 295
13 21 TYP.

A 98

A 1 DATUM C 25 13 51 DIM "A"

2704-1
82.8

2719-0
83 295

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18.3

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127 Dstb - DF10


180 141 55

146 Dstb - DF25 & DF25L


200 157 55

12

10

= 51 ==
25.4

50.8 == 12.7 25.4

18.0 TYP

21 TYP DATUM C

R1.5 MAX TYP

146 DSTB DF25

127 DSTB DF10

24.0 TYP 24.0 TYP

DATUM

148.4

129.4

7.9

(1 IN 20) 2.86 7.9 18.3 9.5 TYP

(1 IN 20) 2.86

8.0 9.5 TYP

19.0

146 DsLb - DF69


53.3 160.3

201.7

146 Dstb - DF30


55.0 160.0

200.0

11.9

11.9

92

DATUM

25.4 == 12.7 DATUM 50.8 = = C 18.0 TYP = =

18.0 TYP

92

25.4
203 12.7

==

2703-1

= =

R12.0 TYP

R12 TYP 27.0 TYP

24.0 TYP

82.8 314

82.8 315 DATUM

DATUM

148.4
= 148.4 = 7.9 TYP

(1 IN 20) 2.86 7.9

7.9

2706-1

A 92

= =

92

1 18.0 TYP DATUM C 295


24.0 TYP

13
203

25 13 51 A DIM

12.7 50.8

25

21 TYP

2707/1

2705-1
146 DSLB DF69

R12 TYP

84
82.8

315

146 DSTB DF30

50.8

18.0 TYP 12.7

50.8 205 25.4

12.7 50.8

DATUM

18.0 TYP

= =

25.4

24.0 TYP

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9.5

19.1

19.1 9.5 TYP

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notes

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onesteel Contact Information


Head office OneSteel Limited Level 40, 259 George Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia Ph: +61 2 9239 6666 Whyalla steelworks Port Augusta Road Whyalla SA 5600 Ph: +61 8 8640 4444 Product & sales enquiries Sales Manager Rail Products Ph: +61 8 8110 0216 Sales Administrator Rail Products Ph: +61 8 8110 0226 Fax: +61 8 8110 0299 All correspondence to be sent to: OneSteel Sales Manager Rail Products 169 Fullarton Road Dulwich SA 5065

www.onesteel.com

This publication has been prepared by OneSteel (OneSteel Manufacturing Pty Limited ABN 42 004 651 325) . Please note that the specifications and technical data are subject to change without notice and to ensure accuracy, users of this publication are requested to check the information to satisfy themselves and not to rely on the information without first doing so . Unless required by law the company cannot accept any responsibility for any loss, damage or consequence resulting from the use of this publication . Photographs shown are representative only of typical applications, current at October 2011 . This brochure is not an offer to trade and shall not form any part of the trading terms in any transaction . Trak-Lok is a registered trade mark of OneSteel Manufacturing Pty Limited ABN 42004651 325 . Copyright 2011 . October 2011 . TS0756