DIN536 A150 crane rail introduction

DIN536 A150 crane rail is a type of rail commonly used in cranes and heavy-duty equipment tracks. It has a specific profile that is standardized by the German Institute for Standardization (DIN) and is designed to withstand heavy loads. This type of rail is widely used in harbors, warehouses, and other industrial settings.

The DIN536 A150 crane rail has the following specifications:
– Weight: 150 kg/m
– Standard Length: 12 meters
– Steel grade: U71Mn
– Head Width: 150 mm
– Height: 150 mm
– Bottom Width: 220 mm
– Web Thickness: 80 mm

DIN536 A150 crane rail is commonly used as a support structure for overhead cranes and other heavy-duty lifting equipment. The rail provides a stable and durable base on which the crane can move, allowing it to transport heavy loads with ease. Additionally, it is often used to create tracks for other types of heavy machinery, such as gantry cranes and trolleys.

A150 crane rail is also commonly used in harbors, mines, and other industrial settings where heavy loads need to be moved over long distances. Its high load-bearing capacity, durability and resistance to wear makes it ideal for such applications.

The DIN536 A150 crane rail is used in many countries worldwide, particularly in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Some of the countries where this type of rail is commonly used include Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Russia, China, South Africa, and Saudi Arabia. It is also used in various other countries where heavy industries such as mining, ports, and power plants are present.

The installation process for the DIN536 A150 crane rail involves several steps:

1. Surface preparation: The surface of the footing must be clean and free of debris, and all loose particles must be removed. If the footing is not level, it should be leveled using a concrete leveling compound.

2. Alignment: The rail should be aligned to avoid any twisting, kinking or high curvature. The rail should be aligned along the axis of the crane runway.

3. Anchoring: The rail should be anchored to the footing with anchor bolts. The number and size of the bolts will depend on the load and specific requirements of the installation site.

4. Grouting: Grout is then used to fill the gap between the rail sole and the footing. This helps to provide additional support to the rail and fix it in place. The grout should be allowed to cure properly before any loads are applied.

5. Finishing: The surface of the rail should be protected with a coating to prevent rust and corrosion.

It is essential to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and consult with a professional engineer for the installation process to ensure that it is done safely and correctly.

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Rail for Railway 43 kg/m rail, 50 kg/m rail,

60 kg/m rail, 75kg/m rail, 60N rail, 75N rail

TB/T2344-2012, TB/T3276-2011
P50 rail/R50 rail, P65 rail/R65 rail GOST-R51685
S49 rail, UIC54 rail, UIC60 rail UIC860
JIS50N rail, JIS60 rail JIS E1101
AS50 rail, AS60 rail, AS68 rail AS1085, BHP RT STD
90RA rail, 100RE rail, 115RE rail, 132RE rail, 136RE rail AREMA
TR45 rail, TR50 rail,

TR57 rail, TR68 rail

BS75A rail, BS90A rail, BS100A rail BS11 STANDARD
49E1 rail, 50E2 rail, 54E1 rail,

60E1 rail, 60E2 rail

EN 13674-1
Switch Rail 50AT1 rail, 60AT1 rail,

60AT2 rail, 60TY1 rail

Crane Rail A45, A55, A65, A75, A100, A120, A150 DIN536
QU70 rail/KP70 rail, QU80 rail/KP80 rail, QU100 rail/KP100 rail,

QU120 rail/KP100 rail, CR175 rail

ASTM A759-2000
Grooved Rail 59R2 rail, 60R2 rail EN 14811:2006

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