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    MOLINE FORGE serves farm equipment, construction and off-highway equipment, railroad, drive train component, recreational vehicle, compressor and conveyor system industries. Carbon alloy, micro alloy,...
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    PennFab has a vast amount of experience and knowledge in many industries. We are a major supplier to the Railroad and Transportation Industries providing signal bridges, catenary structures,...
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    Pacesetter Steel Service, Inc., founded in 1977 by its current President and CEO Steve Leebow, is the country's leader in coated steel product distribution. Pacesetter has one of the most extensive...
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    We’ve been providing high performance coatings, surface preparation equipment, paint application equipment, and abrasives for over 40 years. We provide products for both field and manufacturing...
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    HP Products, formed in 1947, began as the originator of the United States' smallest scale model railroad equipment. HP Products now makes metal stampings for customers all over the world. Our...
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    Founded in 1830, Fairbanks Scales has become the leader in the industrial weighing market by creating and manufacturing an unrivaled range of weighing equipment solutions. From bench, parcel,...
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    EnviroGuard designs, manufactures and sells the only patented, UL listed, NEBS-approved spill containment system on the market. The company’s clients include firms in industries such as...
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    MTI Instruments is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and engineering of non-contact measurement systems and sensors. MTI’s main products consist of computerized general gauging...
  • Article - 6 Jul 2004
    Researchers at the University of Warwick have developed a non-contact ultrasound technology that could be used on trains to give them the capability to detect cracks and flaws in railway tracks....
  • Article - 4 May 2004
    The increasing use of aluminium in the railway industry is outlined. Reasons for its increasing usage and areas of usage are covered.