All articles for "Railways"

Putting condition monitoring firmly on the rails

Britain’s largest train operator, Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), has installed a condition monitoring system developed by SKF to help avoid [...]
Condition monitoring,Railways,Reliability,
Engineering Competence
SKF Rail Track Monitoring

SKF Rail Track Monitoring

New technology developed by SKF uses the same onboard IMx system as is used for bogie rotating-equipment monitoring to control the condition of the [...]
Condition monitoring,Railways,
Digital Technology
Solutions to reduce life-cycle cost for rail freight

Solutions to reduce life-cycle cost for rail freight

SKF and U.S.-based Advanced Truck Systems (ATS) have agreed to collaborate on equipping the new two-piece railroad car system from ATS with [...]
Condition monitoring,Industry,Railways,
Digital Technology
SKF Multi­log IMx-Rail

Multilog IMx for rail applications

SKF has launched ­Multilog IMx-Rail, an entirely rail-focused version of the highly successful Multilog IMx platform, combining rolling stock and [...]
Condition monitoring,Railways,
Industry
KLIA Ekspres with Cheetah livery.

On the right track

The SKF Insight Rail condition monitoring system is contributing to the availability and reliability of rail transportation between Kuala Lumpur and [...]
Condition monitoring,Railways,
Industry
Corail passenger coaches equipped with type Y32 bogies.

Portuguese rail maintenance group opts for SKF TBUs

The Portuguese railway rolling stock maintenance operator EMEF is taking delivery of SKF sealed, pre-greased tapered roller bearing units (TBUs) as a [...]
Railways,
Engineering Competence
The iconic ‘ding-ding’ trams have been running the streets of Hong Kong Island for more than a century.

Modernizing the ‘ding-ding’ trams

Hong Kong Tramways operates the world’s oldest and largest double-decker tram fleet. The company is now modernizing its trams with new technology. [...]
Axleboxes,Railways,Tapered roller bearings,