Special Sections: Track Shoes
ArcelorMittal Europe. Long Products - Rails & Special Sections is a major player in the construction equipment industry by supplying a comprehensive range of single, double and triple grouser track shoes profiles to its customers located anywhere in the world
Our rolling mill is located in Rodange (Luxembourg), where we produce environmentally friendly products and services for the national and international markets. We have been leading the evolution of steel in transportation, high speed railways, construction, etc. , to secure the best future for the industry and future generations to come.
ArcelorMittal Europe. Long Products - Rails & Special Sections has implemented and keeps update a quality assurance systems/ that fulfils the requirements of the international standard ISO 9001, and Environmental Management System in accordance with the International Standard ISO 14001 .
For many years, ArcelorMittal has played a prominent role in the construction equipment area by providing a wide range of single grouser, double grouser and triple grouser track shoes to its customers throughout the world. They are designed to perform well in heavy duty environments without compromising the product's service life.
Here is a brief description of the standard "open roll" profiles available at our Rodange site, in southern Luxembourg. Our team will be available to provide you with more detailed information on the current range of track shoes and to help you develop unique solutions to meet your particular requirements.
Steelgrades ArcelorMittal Commercial RPS proposes mainly two steel grades for Track Shoes. TSG 100 is a softer grade used to fulfill the requirements of material like 24MnCrB4 or 26MnB5 or equivalent. TSG 200 is harder and used for material like 28MCB6 or equivalent. Both grades contain boron, titanium and chromium to ensure a good hardenability. To ensure also a good internal metal soundness, the sulfur and phosphorus contents are always on 0,035%.
The Jominy curve limits (min-max) are given for the depths currently used on ArcelorMittal Commercial RPS mill certificates. Other depths and limits can be agreed with the customer and reported on the mill certificates on request. Mill certificates are according to EN 10204 type 3.1.