Knorr-Bremse is ready to unveil new related options to spice up the transportation capability on present rail infrastructure at InnoTrans 2022 in Germany.
This occasion will happen between 20 and 23 September in Berlin.
The corporate will unveil a digital freight prepare designed to assist in environment friendly prepare dispatching and excessive car availability.
A digital computerized coupler (DAC) or FreightLink is alleged to facilitate fast and versatile freight transportation.
It additionally helps energy and knowledge connections all through the prepare, along with enabling computerized mechanical/pneumatic coupling and decoupling of railcars.
As well as, the corporate will showcase an electrical contact coupling system (e-coupler) and UIC compact freight automotive brake (CFCB) options.
Its AutoLink computerized heart buffer coupler permits to hyperlink traction items to one another, whereas the ShortLink semi-permanent coupler hyperlinks collectively railcars in a trainset.
Knorr-Bremse may even exhibit the CubeControl household of brake management techniques, together with each digital and pneumatic parts in a single mechatronic unit. Amongst its different merchandise embrace the FlexControl household of brake management techniques.
The agency may even reveal the reproducible braking distance (RBD) improvement programme.
The corporate may even unveil an electrohydraulic flat ground design for mild rail autos and hydro management good electrohydraulic provide and management unit with an built-in digital brake management system.
Knorr-Bremse government board member Dr Jürgen Wilder stated: “To fulfill buyer wants, we’re growing options that optimise freight visitors, assist operators handle rising passenger numbers, and make rail autos extra obtainable.
“All this depends upon the digitisation, automation, and electrification of many alternative techniques. An impressive instance of our progress is the Digital Computerized Coupler (DAC) for the rail freight market.”