52.16 Transports long-welded rails, material and equipment.
|Standard design||without pivot plate||with pivot plate||with or without pivot plate||with or without pivot plate|
|ROLLY 15||ROLLY 15||ROLLY 15||ROLLY 15|
|Max. load||15 t||15 t||15 t||15 t|
|Version 2||Version 3||Version 5||Version 6|
|Other gauges on request|
|Wheel base||480 mm||480 mm||480 mm||480 mm|
|Cross beam length||1900 mm||1900 mm||1900 mm||1900 mm|
|Running wheel diameter||250 mm||250 mm||250 mm||250 mm|
|Max. permitted speed||20 km/h||20 km/h||20 km/h||20 km/h|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||780 x 1900 x 360 mm||780 x 1900 x 4686 mm||1734 x 1900 x 498 or 1734 x 1900 x 390 mm||1734 x 1900 x 498 or 1734 x 1900 x 390 mm|
|Gauge||1435 mm||1435 mm||1435 mm||1435 mm|
|Total Weight||187 kg||252 kg||437 or 383 kg||336 or 282 kg|
|Trailer coupling||without||without||incl. 2||without|
Why and how did ROBEL implement DIN EN 15954 with ROLLY?
ROLLY is is a not self-driven machine which is towed on rail wheels. When used on construction or service tracks the machine has to comply with DIN EN 15954.
Referring to DIN EN 15954 - Which version of ROLLY Transporting device can be used on company and construction tracks?
The ROLLY version 5 with a wheelbase of 1,435 mm is designed referring to DIN EN 15954. The device meets the requirements for the approval by the respective infrastructure manager for operating and construction tracks.
All other ROLLY variants are exclusively constructed for use on private tracks such as company premises or tracks provided by private operators.