How we reduce the wear on wheel to rail

Solid ionized material as a lubricant’s agent (iSLA – ionized solid lubrication’ agent) applied directly to the wheel flange of a transit or other vehicle. The iSLA material transfers to the wheel flange, and thence to the gauge face of the rail. A hyper–ionized material is left behind on the gauge face of the rail surface, that provides superior and extremely low friction surface to the wheel–rail interface/contact throughout the rail system. iSLA is applied using a spring loaded bracket/spender assembly that is custom built for each customer. This bracket/spender assembly is attached to the frame of the any kind of vehicle.

Benefits (or why the low surface friction cut costs)

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