Superior stability with slab tracks

Superior stability and the absence of deformation are just some of the advantages of slab tracks, also known as ballastless tracks. They are also known for a shallower construction height. Stabirail can provide you with railway track construction process. This construction system has proven to be the most efficient method for laying railway tracks in concrete beds. This company has designed and developed a new method for ballastless track or slab track construction in tunnels and railway stations. Are you interested in a railway track laying procedure? Please feel free to get in touch and receive a custom-made solution.

A more accurate and cost-effective method for ballastless tracks

Stabirail designed and developed a more accurate and cost-effective method for the construction of railway track. The company’s new revolutionary method for the construction of railway track offers many advantages. Furthermore, their new slab tracks or ballastless tracks construction method guarantees higher accuracy, longer design life and lower whole-life cost. Do you want to know more about the railway track laying procedure? The method has proven to be the most efficient solution for railway track construction process and engineering.

Ballastless or slab tracks design

Stabirails new system revolutionizes the world of railway track design and train track laying with faster construction times and lower whole-life costs. It is also called ballastless or slab tracks design. The design lacks the necessity for underlying ballast because the rails are anchored directly to a concrete slab. The sailway track construction process combines superior stability with an almost complete absence of deformation. Therefore, it incurs significantly lower maintenance costs compared to ballasted systems. This company is happy to provide you with more information about railway track laying procedure when you get in touch. There are numerous examples of railway track where little or no maintenance has been carried out over the past 25 years.