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Kambarka Machine Building plant has introduced its PG-1 narrow gauge flat wagon for transporting track panels, rails, sleepers, wheeled and tracked vehicles, timber and other lengthy single-piece and bulk loads.
Suitable for gauges between 750 and 1 067 mm, the wagon is designed to traverse a minimum curve radius of 50 m and to run at maximum speed of 50 km/h. It has a capacity of 14 to 16 tonnes.
There are also options for sides and equipment for securing various types of load.
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