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About PINTSCH Portrait The future is inconceivable without the past. And without tradition, progress will not be possible. This insight has made PINTSCH today one of the most successful manufacturers of safety products for the railway infrastructure sector. Whether level crossing technology or interlocking or shunting technology, axle counting or point heating – all our…

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InnoTrans 2020

PINTSCH GmbH will again be presenting the variety and quality of its products with selected exhibits to national and international trade visitors at the InnoTrans trade fair in Berlin next year – the 13th time since the first InnoTrans in 1996. From 22nd to 25th September 2020, the InnoTrans will once again be the essential…

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RSSI 2019

RSSI 2019 took place from 21st to 24th September 2019 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Our subsidiary, PINTSCH TIEFENBACH U.S., will once again be present, with its own booth. In focus: Our products from the world of railway infrastructure. You will find us on booth no. 4119. We are looking forward to seeing you!

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Electric point heating for the extension and new line Karlsruhe-Basel

Product category: Track Infrastructure / Electric point heating Country / location: Germany, the upgraded / new section (ABS / NBS) Karlsruhe – Basel   PINTSCH GmbH supplied electric point heating systems on the Karlsruhe-Basel upgraded and new line to ensure the maximum availability of the points under winter weather conditions. This line is part of…

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Level crossing technology at the Hurdnagelstraße in Balingen (Baden-Württemberg)

Product category: Control and safety technology, level crossing technology Country / location: Germany, Balingen (Baden-Württemberg)   The level crossing “Hurdnagelstraße” on the Tübingen – Sigmaringen line is passed by trains travelling at speeds of up to 120 km/h. Since the design of the level crossing as a roundabout does not exist as an example in…

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Interlocking System (TMC-Stw.) for the ICE Cologne-Nippes plant

Product category: Control and safety technology / Interlocking station TMC-Stw Country / location: Germany, Cologne-Nippes, maintenance depot   At Deutsche Bahn’s most modern depot, all of the ICE trains used in DB’s high-speed passenger transport system are maintained. The ICE 4, the latest vehicle generation, can also be maintained here PINTSCH GmbH was commissioned to…

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Interlocking technology of Hüttenwerke Krupp Mannesmann GmbH in Duisburg

Product category: Control and safety technology, interlocking iystem, type TMC – RaStw 2.0 Country / location: Germany, Duisburg, HKM   The interlocking technology at the Hüttenwerke Krupp Mannesmann GmbH in Duisburg has been completely renewed by PINTSCH GmbH. Approx. 130 points, approx. 190 signals, approx. 420 shunting routes and approx. 332 turner shunting routes from…

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Control and safety technology for the Darmstadt – Aschaffenburg line

Product category: Control and safety technology, level crossing technology RBUEP Country / location: Germany, DB Netz AG, Mainaschaff   Route Darmstadt – Aschaffenburg (3557), Mainaschaff – Steinerts (5227) This system is PINTSCH GmbH’s computer-controlled level crossing technology (RBUEP), which meets the requirements of SIL 4 CENELEC (CENELEC – Comité Europeéen de Normalisation Electrotechnique, SIL –…

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Train formation yard Seddin – North

Product category: Control and safety technology / Train formation yard (ZBA) type TMC ZBA incl. VarGBS Country / location: Germany, Berlin Seddin – North   The train formation system Seddin – North consists of an entry group, 2 hump tracks, 28 sorting sidings equipped with shunting systems and an exit group. The control technology replaced…

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Level crossing technology in Bane Danmark, Denmark

Product category: Control and safety technology / Level crossing technology RBUEP DK Country: Denmark, Bane Danmark   The Danish Parliament made a fundamental decision in favour of the widespread introduction of the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) on the entire public rail network. This also affects the level crossing protection technology, with approx. 600…

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