Bonding and Stabilisation of Ballast Tracks 

Building Chemical Supplies (BCS) are the leaders in the supply and application of ballast bonding, stabilisation and gluing.

 

With international experience in rail projects since 2004, and working on projects for Australian rail authorities since 2007 – we are the leading providers in ballast bonding equipment, design and materials.

 

 

We provide innovative solutions to:

  • Strengthen existing tracks
  • Improve track alignment
  • Prevent vertical track displacement
  • Provide a stable surface
  • Support maintenance

 

Our company has completed major infrastructure repair, remediation and maintenance projects globally, and throughout Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.

 

 

Engineered Solutions 

MC Ballastbond

We use market leading ballast bonding products from MC-Bauchemie to stabilise the ballast bed long term and reduce the overall maintenance costs.

 

MC bonding systems secure critical areas – at rail joints or points for instance – quickly and with lasting effect.

MC-BAUCHEMIE GMBH

 

Ballast Bonding Applications

ballast bonding for rail

 

Ballastbond has been successfully applied in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Asia providing increased performance and substantial reduction in maintenance costs.

 

Ballastbond has successfully been applied on:

 

  • Bridge Ends
  • Platforms
  • Road Crossings
  • Turn Outs
  • Bends/Curves
  • Diamonds
  • Should Ballast/Walk Ways

 

  • Washout Areas
  • Emergency Evacuation Routes
  • Soft Ground
  • Areas with Positioning Faults
  • Protection of Undertrack Services
  • During Construction as an Alternative Hoarding System

Advantages Of Ballast Bonding Systems

 

We are able to provide our expertise to create innovative solutions which can strengthen existing tracks, prevent vertical track displacement and provide a stable surface.

 

  • Improve train running dynamics
  • Reduction of operational expenditure
  • Reduced long term maintenance costs
  • Improve railway traffic safety
  • Prevent track sinking and degradation
  • Reduced operational disruptions