Underfloor Wheel Lathe Type U2000-400


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Hegenscheidt Platz
41812 Erkelenz
North Rhine-Westphalia

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Phone: +49 2431 860
Fax: +49 2431 86470
InnoTrans 2018
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Product description

The underfloor wheel lathe U2000/400 is based on the latest technology and can be applied to all rail vehicles from high-speed trains to local trains. The CNC-controlled machine guarantees cost-effective, precise and fast machining operations both for reprofiling the wheelsets when installed or removed and for machining all brake disc configurations.High-precision systems for measuring wear and the diameter – with automatic determination of the most cost-effective type of machining – also contribute to reducing the costs.One U2000-400D unit comprising two basic machines in tandem arrangement enables you to simultaneously machine the two wheelsets of a bogie when it is installed.
  • Reprofiling the wheel sets of tramway rails, local trains and railways in built-in and dismounted condition
  • Centring the wheel sets on the machine in the axle bearing boxes
  • Machine mount with compact design
  • simple machining of all brake disk configurations
  • Wear-free recirculating ball guidance system ensures precision over the full service life of the machine
  • CNC controlled tool blocks with quick- change tool system
  • High-precision measuring systems for wear and diameter with automatic determination of the most economic machining
  • Optimal protective devices for operator by means of complete machine housing
  • Convenient operator prompt with high degree of automation
  • Self-diagnosis with plain- language error messages and integrated aid menus
  • Short assembly time by means of more compact constructions
  • Simple, low cost foundation

For further information please see: http://www.hegenscheidt-mfd.com/en/railway