The SRS SPITZKE RAIL SWISS AG track expertise portfolio includes both individual services and full contracts for the Swiss railways. With us the customer receives all they need in consistent high-quality from a single source – from surveying to track civil engineering, from tamping work through to track renewal using conventional methods or conveyor belt methods, from rail welding to professional disposal of old material. We achieve maximum results within the shortest possible time thanks to our success-oriented project management.
With our highly-qualified employees and the support of the modern SPITZKE technology and rolling stock, we undertake track maintenance, renewal work, and the repair of tracks and points. Depending on the task, we either implement the measures conventionally or using conveyor-belt methods for all line speeds and track forms.
A proper substructure ensures the longevity of the track. When laying the formation protection layer –conventionally or using conveyor-belt methods – we build an ideal substructure that is reliable for the long term, adapted to the geological conditions, and includes track drainage, cable ducts and crossings. The in-house geologists of the SPITZKE Group, who assure the quality of our work results even in difficult soil conditions, are an immense advantage and, as a subsidiary, they are available to SRS SPITZKE RAIL SWISS AG at any time.
Sturdy, continuous tracks and points ensure rail traffic that is quiet and gentle on the wheels. This is why the SPITZKE Group uses aluminothermic (AS), arc welding jointing and deposit welding using electric (E) and E-MF processes, and the manufacture of Münch-thermite (MT) insulated rail joints, all undertaken by excellently trained personnel.
The safety requirements on railway construction sites are high. We embrace these challenges and undertake all safety measures within the track area. Whether automatic warning systems (ATWS), fixed barriers (FA), fixed barriers combined with automatic warning systems or personnel protection measures are to be used, we agree and coordinate in detail with the respective infrastructure operator, contractors and safety managers.
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