Type: Heavy Rail
136RE rail, a very popular section of rail, is a kind of heavy rail mainly used in mining tracks. It is produced according to the 136lb rail standard set by AREMA (American Railway Engineering And Maintenance Of Way Association). If you are looking for a lighter section of rail, 115RE rail is recommended.
Due to the high grade of hardness, strength, and wear resistance, 136re rail is an optimal choice for heavy haul lines. It is widely used in the American market which has large demands of heavy axle load and long operating mileage.
136RE Rail Profile
136 RE Rail Specification
|Rail type||Head mm||Height mm||Base mm||Web mm||Weight Kg/m||material||length|
136RE Rail Joint
Joint bars for 136RE rail are available. Common length: 36inch (6 hole), 24inch (4 hole).
|Rail Type:||136 LB RAIL(TR68)|
|Standard Length||39′, 80′|
|Standard Drilling:||3-1/2”×6” or 3-1/2”×6”×6” with 1-1/4” dia. holes|
|Rail Joint Length:||24” or 36”|
|Rail Joint Weight:||4-hole joint: 70 lbs/pr with hardware: 79 lbs/pr|
6-hole joint: 117 lbs/pr with hardware: 130 lbs/pr