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Central Rail Supply Ltd.

Address: P.O. Box 5158, L.C.D. 1
Hamilton, ON
L8L 8G1
Business Activity: Manufacturer / Distributor
Phone: 905-521-8477
Fax: 905-529-7912

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About Central Rail Supply Ltd.

Central Rail Supply is a proud Canadian manufacturer of only the highest quality parts and products. We specialize in servicing your custom requests and specifications and we work directly with: Railway, Cranes, Mining Rails, Rail Clips, Joint Bars, Fasteners, Railway Tools and Light Rail Switchwork. We can provide numerous specifications, custom designs and builds, different functions, quality materials and most importantly the best possible solution to meet your Railroad needs. We are extremely experienced and provide only the highest quality services to your company. Visit us directly at www.centralrailsupply.com for immediate and prompt service and quotes.

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Featured Products offered by Central Rail Supply Ltd.

  • ANCHOR BOLTS
    Anchor bolts are used to attach objects to concrete or structures. The bolt consists of a threaded end that a nut or washer is fastened to which is attached to an external load. Anchor bolts can be utilized in a variety of projects that include standard buildings, dams and power plants.
  • BENDERS: Rail
    Rail benders are designed to modify and shape an existing rail track in order for the bar to curve. These benders can alter the straightness of the track without losing any strength in the rail.
  • BOLTS
    Bolts are a cylindrical threaded fastener commonly used in commercial, industrial and mechanical industries. They come in various sizes and diameters that are customizable depending on the specific requirements.
  • BOLTS: Anchor
    Anchor bolts are used in anchoring structural supports to concrete or structural foundations, like column supports for highway signs, street lights, traffic signals, building columns and in steel bearing plates.
  • BOLTS: Hook
    Hook bolts to tie down an object and are used to withstand the pressure of the object it is holding down. Hook bolts come in different lengths and widths, depending on the task. Commonly used in the construction and industrial field, it can also be found in marine applications because of its resistance to corrosion.
  • BOLTS: J
    J bolts are often used to either tie down an object under high pressure or as an open eye hook. J bolts can come in different sizes, depending on the task. J bolts are commonly used in construction, industrial and marine applications because of its strength, resistance to corrosion and shape.
  • BOLTS: Track
    Track bolts are often used in the railroad transportation industry because of their high resistance to wear and ability to withstand immense pressure and temperature variances. Track bolts have a shaped head and threaded shaft to fasten securely into an object and ensure minimal separation and maximum strength.
  • BOLTS: U
    U bolts attach to a pipe or other round object because of it’s ‘U’ shape design. The bottom 2 ends have threads that a plate and bolts fasten into, securing the U bolt to the desired rounded object. These come in a various of sizes and lengths and can be fully customizable to the desired job.
  • BUMPERS: Railroad Car
    Rail car bumpers are devices that guard and protect the rail cars. The bumpers eliminate friction with other cars and are mounted at the front, back and side of the car to protect it from making contact with other cars or object. These can be specially fitted to ensure proper performance.
  • CHOCKS: Wheel
    Wheel chocks are pieces of sturdy materials used as a wedge and placed behind a vehicle’s wheels to protect against accidental movement. Chocks provide safety and prevent any movement even when the brakes are set. The chock’s bottom is usually rubber coated to enhance grip.
  • CLAMPS: Guard Rail
    A guard rail clamp uses jaws that clamp on the rails in order to protect and prevent any unwanted movement. Guard rail clamps come in a variety of brands and styles that are specific to the desired needs.
  • CLAMPS: Rail
    A rail clamp consists of two identical opposing side pieces that allow attachment to a rail. These clamps interlock with one another to secure themselves and the other clamps in place while maintaining the strength and security of the rail track.
  • CLIPS: Rail
    Rail clips come in a variety of styles and types to match the use. These heavy-duty clips fasten the rails to the baseplate underneath. The Pandrol fastener/clip is shaped like a strong paperclip and is one of the most popular styles of clip.
  • CLIPS: Track
    Track clips vary in style and type to match the specific use. These clips are heavy-duty and fasten the track to the baseplate underneath. The Pandrol and Vossloh fasteners/clips are shaped like strong paperclips and are some of the most popular styles of clips.
  • CONVEYOR COMPONENTS
    Conveyor components include belt alignment controls, safety stop switches, belt rip detectors, bucket elevator alignment controls, system status indicators and flow controls. These components are essential in industries like mining, automotive, recycling, construction and manufacturing.
  • CONVEYOR PARTS
    Conveyor parts are essential in mining, automotive, recycling, manufacturing and construction. These parts include belt alignment controls, safety stop switches, belt rip detectors, bucket elevator alignment controls, system status indicators and flow controls.
  • CONVEYORS: Overhead
    Overhead conveyors are designed to maximize space and efficiency by providing a highly compact conveyor that does not interfere with floor operations. These conveyors are designed to enhance safety, capacity, size and space within a workspace.
  • CRANE COMPONENTS
    Several components are required for the proper operation of a crane. Some components include a travelling hoist with drive, girder, end carriage, electrical equipment and power supplies. Please contact for specific component information.
  • CRANE RAILS
    Crane rails support the track and crane and allow for freedom of movement while still operating safely and securely. These rails allow motion of the crane and fasten securely into place.
  • CRANE RUNWAYS
    Runway systems for under or top of running crane systems can hold up to 60 Tons. They are supported by columns tied to roof structures, building steel or free standing structures. The two types are top running and under running.
  • CRANES: Bridge
    A bridge crane is a specially designed crane that features a hoisting apparatus shaped like a bridge that covers the area in which the crane operates. Bridge crane styles can be either top running or under running.
  • CRANES: Heavy Duty
    Heavy duty cranes are ideal for heavy duty applications and operations. These cranes are low maintenance, provide maximum efficiency and feature dependable parts and motors.
  • CRANES: Industrial
    Industrial cranes can be used for a number of applications. Styles may include open deck hoisting cranes, single girder cranes, double girder cranes, turbine cranes, stacker cranes, wire rope hoists, etc.
  • CRANES: Manual, Overhead
    Manual overhead cranes provide faster service and are ideal for fast paced work environment. The crane is manually operated to allow freedom of movement while still maintaining heavy lifting power using an overhead track and lifting system.
  • CRANES: Material Handling
    Material handling cranes are specially designed cranes used for carrying out tasks that require lifting heavy objects onto work benches, work stations, etc. There are several types of material handling cranes including: portable gantry cranes, gantry cranes, mounted cranes, etc.
  • CRANES: Overhead Bridge, Power & Hand, Jib & Gantry
    A gantry crane involves a hoist and trolley which move horizontally along rails. Those rails are usually attached to uprights with wheels to allow full mobility while maintaining structural integrity and strength. These cranes utilize mechanical advantage through levers, pulleys and hydraulics.
  • CRANES: Overhead Travelling
    Overhead travelling cranes are able to lift, lower and handle loads of up to 100 tonnes. Overhead cranes utilize a track system that allows freedom of movement and lifting power while maximizing floor space and convenience in buildings.
  • DERAILS
    Derails fit over the top of a rail to prevent unauthorized movement at junctions or crossings. Commonly found in the form of a wedge, this piece of steel allows the train to stay on the proper track and can be manually operated or remotely.
  • DERAILS: Railroad
    Railroad derails are commonly found in the form of a steel wedge that allows the train to stay on the proper track. The derails fit over the top of a rail to prevent unauthorized movement at junctions or crossings and can be remotely or manually operated.
  • FASTENERS
    Fasteners are hardware devices that join two or more objects mechanically together. Fasteners have a variety of uses and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Fasteners are found everywhere from general hardware uses to intense mechanical industries.
  • FROGS, SWITCHES & CROSSINGS: Railroad
    Railroad frogs, switches and crossings refer to the crossing point of two rails where the train follows one path dictated by the switch machines. A swingnose crossing is applied when heavy and high speed traffic needs more support and eliminates the gap that normally occurs at the frog.
  • FROGS: Railway
    Frogs refer to the crossing point of two rails where the frog forms part of a railroad switch that helps dictate direction. This junction is a point of weakness because the wheels become unsupported for a short distance. The word frog refers to the triangular assembly of rails that reflects the frog of a horse’s hoof.
  • GUARD RAILS
    Guard Rails are specially designed systems that are used to keep vehicles or people inside a specific area. They typically act as a barrier or boundary line. Guard rails are ideal for a number of environments that may have safety risks associated with them.
  • HOOKS: Bolt
    Hook bolts are threaded half way that allows the fastening of nuts to the bottom. The head of the hook bolt is an open and curved steel hook that is meant to secure and hang objects of varying weight and size.
  • JOINTS: Rail
    Rail joints are the point where two rails are joined together and traditionally bolted together. The length of rail may vary, but normally come in lengths of around 20 meters where the two rails are joined together by bolts and metal plates to eliminate or limit movement of the rails.
  • MATERIAL HANDLING COMPONENTS
    Material handling components compile several parts that transport materials through transportation conveyors, sortation systems and other devices. These can be customized to fit specific demands and requirements.
  • MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
    Material handling equipment transport material through transportation conveyors, sortation systems, transfer assemblies and zero pressure accumulation systems. These can be customized to fit specific demands and requirements.
  • MINING EQUIPMENT
    Mining equipment involves material and hardware that are utilized in the mining industry. Some products include electric mining shovels, walking draglines and rotary blasthole drills. These pieces of equipment are tested to ensure long life span, ability and longevity.
  • MINING EQUIPMENT: Railway
    Railway mining equipment is specifically designed material and hardware that are used in mining railways. These products include electric mining shovels and railroad parts. These pieces of equipment are quality tested to ensure adequate performance.
  • MINING RAILS & EQUIPMENT
    Mining rails and equipment deal with all materials, hardware and supplies that are involved in the mining process. There are many different types of equipment that can be used during this process that can be found on the website. Mining rails come in different lengths to best fit demands.
  • PLATES: Railway Tie
    Railroad tie plates add stability to the track as well as increases the lifespan of wood ties. Tie plates also provide uniform wear on the rail heads. Railroad tie plates are available in single or double shoulder designs.
  • POSTS: Bumping, Railroad Car
    Bumping posts attach to the rail in order to ensure the rail car doesn’t go past a desired destination. The steel setup ensures maximum strength while a rubber front absorbs any impact to avoid damage to both the rail car and the bumping post.
  • PROTECTORS: Frog & Switch Railroad
    Switch railroad protectors increase the life of switch points by absorbing impacts of passing car wheels. The protector is bolted to the inside of the straight stock rail and temporarily deflects the wheel flange so it avoids hitting the switch point tip.
  • PULLERS: Car
    Car pullers utilize torque to pull or stop rail cars using a mechanical device. Car pullers normally use steel rope for maximum tensile strength and are equipped with an electric motor brake for use in precision spotting.
  • PULLERS: Freight Car Door
    Freight car door pullers are designed specifically to pull open and closed heavy freight car doors. These pullers utilize torque to pull heavy objects using a mechanical crank device. Freight car door pullers normally use steel rope for maximum tensile strength and are equipped with an electric motor brake for increased precision.
  • RAILINGS: Aluminum
    Railings are specially designed structures that are used as a guard, barrier or support system in environments that may be unsafe or hazardous.
  • RAILROAD EQUIPMENT
    Railroad equipment includes engines and parts, track maintenance equipment and parts, agricultural machinery parts, hydraulic system components, speeders and parts. These types of equipment are designed for the railroad transportation industry.
  • RAILROAD MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SERVICES
    Railroad supplies include track maintenance equipment, engines and parts, agricultural machinery, hydraulic system components, speeders and parts. A full list of supplies is available on the company web site.
  • RAILROAD RELATED EQUIPMENT: Railway Track
    Railway track equipment typically consists of iron rails, wooden ties, rail spikes, gravel, etc.
  • RAILROAD SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT
    Railroad equipment and supplies includes engines and parts, track maintenance equipment and parts, agricultural machinery parts, hydraulic system components, speeders and parts. These types of equipment are designed for the railroad transportation industry.
  • RAILROAD TIES: Concrete
    Concrete railroad ties are specially designed objects that are used as a base for railroad tracks. These ties provide excellent support for rails under heavy traffic and high speed applications.
  • RAILROAD TRACK WELD-REPAIR PRODUCTS
    Railroad track weld-repair products are specifically designed to maintain and repair rail tracks that may have suffered wear, damage or corruption. Welding makes the rail track stronger and increases strength in weakened parts of the rail.
  • RAILROAD TRACKS & PARTS
    Railroad Tracks and parts are typically used as a runway for train wheels. Parts may consist of nails, railroad ties, switches, etc.
  • RAILS
    Rails are specially designed surface structures used to support trains and rail guided vehicles from one location to another. There are several types of rails including: bullhead rails, grooved rails, flanged rails, bridge rails, etc.
  • RAILS: Guard
    A guard rail protects against unwanted movement of a rail car along a track. Guard rails use clips or clamps to reinforce the track and passing cars. These rails restrict free motion and protect the equipment, passengers and operators from harm or damage.
  • RAILS: Guide
    Guide rails are typically designed to keep vehicles or people within a certain area as safety precautions. Guide rails can be manufactured from a number of materials including steel, metal, wood, concrete, etc.
  • RAILS: Mine
    Mine rails are used within mining industries where parts and supplies need to be transported through train cars. These rails are smaller than train rails because of the difference in use. The rails are laid and fastened securely to the surface using bolts and plates that restrict rail movement.
  • RAILS: Railroad
    Railroad rails are laid in order for a train car to move to a destination. These rails are thick and larger than mine rails because of the immense pressure and weight of moving trains. The rails are joined together using bolts and plates, and occasionally welded, to increase strength and limit rail movement.
  • RAILWAYS: Industrial & Portable
    Industrial railways use thick steel beams to support the motion of heavy industrial loads and equipment. These rails are able to bear train cars that travel at high speeds and carry enormous amounts of weight without doing damage to the track.
  • SPIKES
    Spikes are large nails with an offset head used to drive in the ground to secure rails to ties in the track. Spikes are driven in using a spike hammer or automated spiker to secure the track to the ground.
  • SPIKES: Fasteners
    A nail is a pin shaped, hard metal object used to fasten objects together. Fastening nails are driven into an object using a hammer or nail gun which cause friction to keep the objects in place.
  • SPIKES: Track, Railroad
    Track spikes are large nails with a flat head used to help drive the pointed end in the ground to secure rails to ties in the track. Spikes are driven in using a spike hammer or automated spiker to secure the track in one place.
  • STOPS: Crane
    Crane stops ensure proper and safe movement along crane rails. Crane stops are fastened on the rail to prevent moving past a designated point. This increases safety and ensures proper operation along the track.
  • STOPS: Railway Car
    Railway car stops are two pieces of opposing steel that mount and fasten on the rails to stop the movement of rail cars. Railway car stops are essential in proper track protection and accident prevention.
  • SWITCHES: Railroad
    Railroad switches are mechanical devices enabling trains to be guided from one track to another. Switches are found at railway junctions and move laterally according to the desired track.
  • SWITCHES: Railroad Signal
    Railway signal switches are used to indicate activity and actions taking place on railway tracks. They can be placed at the start of a section of track, approaching level crossings or ahead of the platforms where trains are likely to be stopped.
  • SWITCHES: Safety
    Railway safety switches are used along with existing points or switches to ensure proper track integrity. This safety device only applies itself when the track, rail or switch is compromised. They are placed at the point where two tracks meet and are fastened securely to the track rails and switches.
  • TIE PLATES
    Tie plates add stability to the track as well as increases the lifespan of wood ties. Tie plates also provide uniform wear on the rail heads. Railroad tie plates are available in single or double shoulder designs.
  • TIES: Railway, Creosoted
    Railroad ties add stability to the track as well as increases the lifespan. Ties also provide uniform wear on the rail heads.
  • TIES: Steel Mine
    Steel ties are strong, rectangular objects that are used as a base for railway tracks. Steel ties are fixed and supported to sleepers that lie transverse to the rails. Although wood is most commonly used, steel is lighter and used for temporary tracks because of decay and infestation resistance.
  • TONGS: Rail
    Rail tongs are designed and used for rail handling purposes. These specialty tongs are designed to lift the rail beam and move it to the desired location. These can lift the head or base of weights up to 155 lbs.
  • TOOLS: Track
    Track tools are materials used for operation, maintenance, repair or modification of rail tracks. These tools can be used on both trail rain tracks and crane tracks to ensure proper and safe operation.
  • TURNOUTS: Railroad
    Railroad turnouts, or switches, are mechanical devices enabling trains to be guided from one track to another. Turnouts are found at each railway junction and move laterally according to the specified track.
  • WRENCHES: Railroad Car & Track
    Railroad wrenches are designed to tighten or loosen heavy-duty nuts and bolts that are located on rail tracks or cars. These wrenches are thicker and stronger than regular hardware wrenches and come in a variety of styles and sizes depending on the desired use.
 
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