More interest at Infrarail
The Unipart Dorman Assisted Lift Trunnion was a show highlight
22 April 2016 11:18:34



ExCel Docklands may be a bit 'out of the way', but we certainly didn't feel it on the Unipart Rail/Unipart Dorman stand as we had a constant stream of visitors asking us about how our innovations - both in products and service - were being used in the railway.

The Assisted Lift Trunnion attracted lots of interest in how the spring mechanism removes the need for any winch or lifting device. SPARTA attracted engineers interested in how the pre-testing of relays before they are installed in the infratructure can reduce the chance of failure, and the Uni-Trace system was interesting to those who were had a role in asset management.

If you weren't able to join us, here are some links to the information:

Assisted Lift Trunnion

iLS Signal

CLS Lite Signal

SPARTA Relay Test Set

Level Crossing in a Box

Overhead Line Service

Uni-Trace Materials Tracking Service

Or contact us for more information.



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Dave Tilmouth

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I'm Head of Marketing Communications for Unipart Rail, so I get to be involved in lots of exciting stuff across Traction & Rolling Stock, Infrastructure and road traffic. My colleagues know me as someone who has a perspective on everything, as well as being a bit of an extrovert!
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