What is single wagon load?
In single wagonload traffic, individual wagons or groups of wagons from different consignors are bundled together to form one train.
What is the difference between train load and wagon load?
When full rake is loaded, Train-load rates are charged whereas if number of wagons loaded is less than standard size of rake, Wagon-load rates are charged which are slightly higher than Train-load rates.
What is wagon type in railway?
O : Open wagon (gondola) C : Covered wagon (boxcar) F : Flat car. FK : Flat car for container transport. FU : Well wagon.
What is full wagon?
Full-size wagon may refer to: Passenger full-size vans. Large SUVs. Older family station wagons.
What is BRN wagon?
NOMENCLATURE OF WAGONS • BRN / BRNA – Bogie Rail Truck with Air Brake. • BFNS – Bogie Flat wagon with Casnub bogies & air brake. • BRSTN – Bogie Rail Wagon for heavy vehicles.
How many tons is a full wagon?
4.0 The sanction of the Central Government is hereby accorded to fix the permissible carrying capacity as 55.5 tonnes for BCXN wagon; 58.8 tonnes for BCNAHS wagon; CC+2 tonnes for BOBSN, BOBY and BOBYN wagons and CC+3 tonnes for BOST wagon.
What is BLC wagon?
BLC wagon means – Bogie Low platform flat wagons for carrying ISO containers.
What is BCN wagon?
BCNHL wagon is a Bogie covered wagon for carrying bagged commodities like cement, fertilizer and food grain etc. It is an 22.9t axle load (Gross load 22.9×4=91.6t) wagon. The design significantly increases rake throughput of bagged commodities compared to existing BCNA/BCNAHS rakes.
How much weight can a rail wagon carry?
“(vii) (a) The permissible carrying capacity of the wagons will be 86 tonnes (for CC+4)/88 tonnes (for CC+6), minus the actual tare weight of the wagon.
What is BPC in railway?
BRAKE POWER CERTIFICATE: BPC for a goods train is issued after examination in goods checking yards by JE/SSE/C&W.
What is permissible carrying capacity of railway wagons?
What is a capacity of a wagon?