RORUNNER System

ROBEL Transport System

54.17/55.70 Transport system for flexible municipal construction logistics. Train combinations for every new construction and maintenance job.

  • For use on all railway systems in and around towns
  • Optimised processes for shorter construction periods
  • Transports everything - quickly
  • Mixed mode pursuant to BOStrab and EBO
  • Materials transport, train recovery, winter services
  • Drives accurately and safely up to top speed
  • Optional: one operator to run four vehicles
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Drive 6-cylinder hydrostatic diesel engine
Type Deutz, exhaust emission rating to RL97/68/EC Level IV final
Output 390 kW; hydrostatic transmission of power to 3 axles
Weight 37 t total weight incl. 2 t payload
Working mode 60 km/h self-propelled, 60 km/h hauled
Dimension 14.5 m total length over draw gear
Braking Pneumatic direct/indirect, spring-actuated, magnetic rail brake, wheel slide protection (WSP also active during hauled drive)
Loading crane PK 11502 B with height limiter and adjacent track locking
Max. outreach 10,4 m

Which components is the ROBEL Transport System comprised of?

The system comprises

  • 2 RORUNNER Track Vehicle (54.17)
  • with crane and on-board auxiliary driver's cabin for push-pull operation
  • 1 RORUNNER Track Vehicle without crane (54.17)
  • 2 ROTRAILER Low-Loading Wagons (55.70/2) with various platform installations
  • 1 ROTRAILER Long Rail Vehicle (55.70/3) for up to 18 m rails
  • 1 ROTRAILER Ballast Transport Wagon (55.70/4)
  • 1 ROTRAILER (55.70/5)
    with high-pressure jetting and vacuum system for underground systems
     

Use the eight vehicles to build up to 16 different train combinations all designed for mixed mode pursuant to German EBON/A and BOStrab ordinances and for covering all transport tasks of urban maintenance operations.

What and how much can I transport using ROBEL's Transport System?

Payload:

  • RORUNNER w/ crane: 2 t
  • RORUNNER w/o crane: 3 t

ROTRAILER payload: up to 18 t

Compared to previous methods, the system will transport greater loads in less time:

  • The general-purpose trailers carry sleepers and construction materials to platforms all of types - including low loading ones - occurring in the network.
  • Heavy components such as ticket vending machines, groups of seats or transformers are taken straight to the destination platform.
  • Cable reels, escalators, control cabinets, cleaning equipment, construction machinery
  • Rails up to 18 metres long
  • As opposed to just side tipping, up to 17 t of ballast can now also be dumped and spread centrally.

In a nutshell, you will need fewer trips for more material.

What are the retrofit options of the ROTRAILER low-loading wagon?

  • Filler element and side walls
  • Filler element and deflector walls
  • Filler element, side and deflector walls
  • Side walls and cable reel trestle
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What is special about maintaining railway systems in public road traffic?

Instandhaltung bei fließendem Stadtverkehr stellt hohe Anforderungen an Beschleunigung und Bremswerte der Fahrzeuge: Ein abrupter Stopp für andere Verkehrsteilnehmer muss jederzeit möglich sein.

Alle Waggons verfügen über pneumatische direkte und indirekte Bremssysteme, Federspeicher als Parkbremse, Magnetschienenbremse sowie Gleit- und Schleuderschutz.

Bei einer Höchstgeschwindigkeit des Systems von 60 km/h in Eigenfahrt ist gute Sicht eine essentielle Voraussetzung für schnelle Brems-Reaktion. Die rundum großen Glasflächen und der schwenkbare Fahrersitz des GKW ermöglichen dem Bediener freien Blick auf Bahnsteigkante, Zebrastreifen, Signale sowie seitlich stehende Passanten und KFZ. Ist der GKW als Einzelfahrzeug im Einsatz, bietet die hintere Kabine volle Sicht auf das Baustellengeschehen.

Why does urban infrastructural work have to be completed faster?

Infrastructure operators are challenged by high-capacity utilisation of light rail traffic during the week and sometimes all-night traffic services at weekends as well as the ensuing high load on the rail networks: Labour time windows to address ever-growing maintenance needs are decreasing.

Up to 90 per cent of urban maintenance work is done during shutdown periods at night, leaving an average of two to four hours a day.

Thus, infrastructural work has to become faster and more organised in order to ensure a reliable availability of highly used lines. Since there is precious little time for ad-hoc jobs to mend broken rails or catenaries, trouble-free operation mainly relies on ongoing maintenace and on-time fault mending.

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