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Supplier: American Casting & Manufacturing Corp.
Description: are Black, Blue, Brown, Clear, Gray, Green, Orange, Red, White, and Yellow. Also available in transparent colors-Blue, Green, Orange, Red, and Yellow. TYPICAL USES Applications include trucks, railcars, boat inspections, drums, trailers, valves and bulk tankers. Model # PSW-97 Material Standard
- Sealing Devices: Wire Loop Seal
- Application: Airplane, Cargo / Container, Chemical / Pharmaceutical, Rail Car, Truck Trailer, Utility Meter / Government
- Disposable: Yes
- Markable: Yes
Standards and Technical Documents - STANDARD PRACTICE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TRAINING AND QUALIFYING PERSONNEL AS RAILCAR COATING AND LINING INSPECTORS -- NACE SP0398Supplier: NACE International
Description: General This standard provides guidelines specific to the railcar industry for the in-house training and employer administered qualification of level of coating-inspection qualification. An employee who has passed this level of qualification is called an Employer-Qualified Coating Inspector (EQCIShow More
Supplier: Proceco Ltd.
Description: (between 2% and 5%) to effectively remove oils, greases, debris and road dusts prior to inspection and repair.Show More
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Plastic Security Wire Seals - Model PSW97
colors-Blue, Green, Orange, Red, and Yellow. TYPICAL USES. Applications include trucks, railcars, boat inspections, drums, trailers, valves and bulk tankers. (read more)
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Optimal Locations of Railroad Wayside Defect Detection Installations
We first consider installing one type of wayside tech- nology (M = 1) to maximize the total number of dis- tinct railcars inspected in a year, that is, bj = 1, for all j, and qm = 0, for all m.
Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of railcar safety appliance inspection using machine vision technology
There exists a potential to increase both the effectiveness and efficiency of safety appliance inspections by utilizing machine vision technology to enhance the railcar inspection process.
Machine Vision for Railroad Equipment Undercarriage Inspection Using Multi-Spectral Imaging
Keywords: Machine vision, railcar inspection , railroad car component failure, incipient failures, automated equipment inspection, anomaly detection, infrared spectrum, panoramic imaging, passenger trains.
Federal Register > Friday, April 18, 2003 > [68 FR 19137] Exceptions to Geographic Areas for Official Agencies Under the USGSA
Fifty-six percent of the volume of railcar inspection services during the pilot program was performed at grain elevators that had not used official services for more than a year.
Automated Inspection of Railcar Underbody Structural Components Using Machine Vision Technology
The development of this technology, in conjunction with additional preventive maintenance systems, has the potential to provide more objective information on railcar structural condition, improved utilization of railcar inspection and repair resources, increased train and employee safety, and improvements to overall railroad …